Kiddush Cups & Fountains by Dabbah

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Throughout the ages, Jews have given importance to the concept of hidur mitzvah, beautifying ritual items used for the performance of mitzvahs. One of the objects on which artists have lavished their attention is the Kiddush cup. Used mainly for the Kiddush recitation on Shabbat and Holidays, it is an item that is prominently displayed in the Jewish home. It is always the gift of choice to be presented to a family member or public figure as an expression of appreciation or in honor of a significant milestone.

If this is the kind of cup you are looking for, the products of Benny Dabbah most certainly qualify for hidur mitzvah. Working as a silversmith for over thirty years, he has now extended his repertoire to anodized aluminum, bringing to this the same high standards for quality and design for which he has already established a top reputation.

His Kiddush cups are a blend of tradition and contemporary style – perfect for the modern Jew who is looking for a Kiddush cup to fit his d&233;cor and life-style. The stylish unadorned beaker style cup is decorated with a silver band at the base that contrasts with the stunning metallic color and the matt finish of the anodized aluminum.

Another Kiddush cup in the collection features the same beaker-style cup with the addition of words from the wine blessing, elegantly cut out and attached to the silver band. Each of these cups comes in a choice of gorgeous modern metallic colors that will immediately catch the eye and impress.

The wine is poured into the bowl on top and it distributes evenly through small taps into Kiddush cups standing beneath on a circular tray. Here too, are the same stunning metallic colors of breathtaking beauty. There is a choice of two sizes – with six or eight cups.

For a stylish product, included in the collection are wine fountains with cups in a selection of colors.

With guests and family seated around the table, it sets the tone for the Day of Rest and declares that the Shabbat is not just another day but that it is sanctified by the Almighty. What can be a more fitting way to do this, than with the magnificent Kiddush cups of Dabbah Judaica!

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