Bier Judaica Sterling Silver "Keren Hashefa" (Horn of Plenty) Hammered Netilat Yadayim Washing Cup
The next time you host a Shabbat or holiday meal, impress your guests when you use this remarkable designer Netilat Yadayim washing cup from Bier Judaica:
- Made from sterling silver, this washing cup boasts two openings, is adorned with a hammered finish and is inscribed with the Hebrew words "Al Netilat Yadayim" in brass lettering.
- Skillfully crafted in the Holy City of Jerusalem.
- A must-have for any personal Judaica collection!!!
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925 Sterling Silver, Gold Plated Interior, Brass Lettering
Height: 16.5cm / 6.5"
Add a beautifully unique design to your home décor with this spectacular washing cup. Made of 925 sterling silver, this beautiful netilat yadayim cup takes inspiration from "Keren HaShefa" ("The Horn of Plenty"), and taking on the shape of a pair of ram's horns, has two openings allowing water to be poured over the hands from both sides. The exterior of the cup flaunts a gorgeous hammered effect whilst the interior is gold plated for protection. The words from the blessing recited over washing the hands ("Al Netilat Yadayim") is embellished across the front of the cup in brass lettering. This wonderfully unique netilat yadayim washing cup would make a fabulous addition to both your festive meals and home décor, and is sure to impress your guests.
Inspired by modern art and the colorful tapestry of life in Jerusalem, Bier Judaica brings you high-end, original silver Judaica pieces that are both beautiful and practical. The founder, Yitzhak Bier, studied at Jerusalem's prestigious Bezalel Academy of Art & Design and later founded his own workshop in the city. Yitzhak designed pieces of great importance and note, such as gifts distributed by Israeli Presidents and Prime Ministers to foreign dignitaries, lamps in Haifa's Great Synagogue and the doors of Jerusalem's Municipality building. Today, Yitzhak's sons, Mordechai and Meir, follow in their father's footsteps to bring you excellence and craftsmanship.