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Kiddush Jerusalem Set -Nickel Plated

Kiddush Jerusalem Set -Nickel Plated

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SKU: HF311

This beautiful nickel-plated kiddush cup has a Jerusalem wave motif on the cup with the Hebrew words "Creator of the fruit of the vine" on it.  The saucer has a grapevine around the edge. 

This is just the right accent for your Sabbath table.

Kiddush means "sanctification" in Hebrew.

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Nickel Plated Kiddush Goblet with Plate

Length/Height: 4.92inch / 12.5cm
Width: 2.95inch / 7.5cm
Depth: 2.76inch / 7cm
Material: Metal
Color: Nickel finish

A Kiddush cup filled with grape wine or grape juice is used during the blessing of the Sabbath and Holiday meals. During Passover the Kiddush Cup is used in honor of Elijah the Prophet.

Kiddush means "sanctification" in Hebrew. The Kiddush is a blessing recited over wine or grape juice. The Kiddush does not have to be said in Hebrew. It is acceptable to say the Kiddush in any other language that everyone at the table understands.

The Kiddush in English: “Blessed are you, O Lord our God, King of the universe, who has sanctified us with His commandments and has been pleased with us; in love and favor has given us His holy Sabbath as a heritage, a memorial of the creation – that day being also the first among the holy festivals, in remembrance of the exodus from Egypt. You have chosen us and hallowed us above all nations and in love and favor hast given us thy holy Sabbath as a heritage. Blessed are you, O Lord, who sanctifies the Sabbath.”

What is the importance of the Kiddush Cup at Passover? Four cups of wine are poured and consumed throughout the Passover Seder. These cups of wine are an integral part of the Passover tradition as each cup represents one of the four expressions of redemption God made to the ancient Hebrews as explained in Exodus 6:6-7. The first cup, "I will take you out…"; the second cup "I will save you…"; the third cup, "I will redeem you…" and the fourth cup, "I will make you a nation…" A Kiddush Cup is filled for each of these redemptions and passed around the table for everyone to sip.

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