Nickel & Silver Plated Kiddush Cups

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If you are looking to buy an attractive nickel or silver-plated Kiddush cup, you have come to the right place. Browse through our comprehensive display to find a cup that expresses your personality and is right for your pocket.

There are Kiddush cups with stems – usually more elegant and impressive and there are many without. Some cups are engraved. Others are unadorned. There are cups with a matt finish; and others with an elegant hammered finish. Some are a gleaming silver-plated - others combine silver and gold. All have matching plates to catch the drops of wine.

The most popular designs are the engraved images of Jerusalem but equally popular is the grape motif with vines or filigree and diamond designs. Some cups have words from the wine blessing engraved at the top.

We bring in this collection elegant hand crafted Kiddush cups from the renowned Shraga Landesman and also works of art from the beloved and prolific Judaica artist Yair Emanuel. His original designs represent a triumphant blend of tradition and contemporary style – a magnificent harmony between old and new.

Here is the place to look at our collection of children's Kiddush cups. After hearing the Kiddush recital, those little ones will love to receive the Kiddush wine in their own special cup. Yair Emanuel has an entire range of miniature cups in charming colors with an engraved "Yeled Tov" – good boy or "Yaldah Tovah" – good girl. They make great birthday gifts that the kids will treasure.

Looking for a special gift – to treat yourself, your hostess or a dear one? Birthday? Anniversary? Holiday? Whatever the occasion, a set of small matching Kiddush cups will bring a touch of glamor and good taste to your table and will be welcome by anyone with a large family or a large number of guests. The versatile Yair Emanuel offers a splendid choice of designs – smooth or hammered, colored or plain – all standing on an elegant matching tray. A superb set is when he joins the small cups and tray with a tall matching Kiddush cup – a magnificent display of art.

You already have a kiddush cup? We urge you to think again. An additional cup is an almost essential item in a Jewish home. Whether it is for guests, for Holidays, for Havdalah, for a bar mitzvah, wedding or other joyous occasion – a Kiddush cup – symbol of simchah – will always come to use.

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