Congratulations, you are about to get married and like many others, interested in buying a ketubah for this great occasion. With such a large variety in design and text styles , it is likely you may be a bit confused. So, before spending any money I have some tips that may come in handy and help you in selecting the most suitable option for you. Read more
Now that you have the perfect mezuzah, you probably want to know how to hang a mezuzah on your doorpost. Follow these steps for easy results: Read more
I have an old family hanukkah recipe for these sizzling crispy hot cakes. Follow my instructions – you can’t go wrong! Read more
Think you know about the history of the Menorah? Take the jewish menorah quiz and test you knowlage! Read more
Below you can find useful jewish educational resources.
Welcome to the gallery that offers the greatest variety of pictures of a Kiddush cup.
In the gallery before you, you will find exciting pictures of a kiddush cup that I gathered together. The items displayed represent the range of goblets available and include both traditional and modern styles.
The silver kiddush cup is the more popular option available. Silver is also the original material from which these cups were composed. Over the years new materials became available to craftsmen, and they began fashioning the Kiddush cups out of materials such as glass, porcelain, ceramics, pewter and any other material that can be used for drinking out of.
Many goblets are etched with images of fruit (often grapes), animals or birds. Another common design is an inscription of a name or biblical passage. There are cups designed in a clean modern line, with no visible design.
All the pictures you see below are of kiddush cups created in Israel by leading Israeli artists. If you’re curious about any one of them and want more information, all you need to do is click the image of your choice. Go ahead, take a look – I hope you find them as exquisite as I do!
This pure silver goblet was create by only two tools: a round ball anvil and a hammer. After hammering the shape of the cup, Hadaya engraves the picture of Moses splitting the sea into two, the Israelites behind him and in the background Mount Sinai. The engraving was then oxidized making it more visible.
When buying tefillin you should be aware that there are different levels of quality. Although the gasos is considered to be the best and the most durable, you should buy the set you believe is most suitable for you. Read more
If you are ready to learn how to put on tefillin, then you have come to the right place. Welcome to the user friendly guide that will take you through the process with minimum effort! Although I kept the guide simple, l still recommend to all you first timers to try and get someone to show you how it’s done first hand.