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- Date of production end of the 19th century
- Place of creation Russia
- Dimensions height: 8.8 cm, diameter: 5.4 cm
- ID no. MCh-S/3143
- Object copyright Irena and Mieczysław Mazaraki Museum in Chrzanów
- Digital images copyright public domain
- Digitalisation RDW MIC, Małopolska's Virtual Museums project
Kiddush translates from Hebrew as “sanctification.” The ceremony is celebrated at the beginning of the Sabbath and other holidays, by saying a special blessing over a cup of red sweet wine (or red grape juice).more
Silver Jewish cup intended for Kiddush ceremonies. Placed on the foot, gilded inside. The goblet is in the shape of an expanded cylinder with engraved decoration in the form of plant elements and a cartouche with Hebrew inscription: “Michał Ben Tzvi. May his light burn” [based on the translation into Polish by Przemysław Piekarski].
Kiddush translates from Hebrew as “sanctification.” The ceremony is celebrated at the beginning of the Sabbath and other holidays, by saying a special blessing over a cup of red sweet wine (or red grape juice). This means that a holy time is coming, and it must be ceremonially separated from weekdays. As the aim of a Havdalah ceremony [Hebrew: “separation”] is to end a holiday, so Kiddush begins the same and sanctifies the upcoming time pursuant to the commandment of the Decalogue: “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy” (Exodus, 20:8).
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