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This kiddush cup is an adaptation of a 19th-century Hungarian cup in the permanent collection of The Jewish Museum. The original ceremonial cup was engraved with the name of its first owner, Rachel, and passed down through three generations. This adaptation has been left blank. It makes a perfect gift for a newborn or bar/bat mitzvah. Made in the USA.
 
We can engrave this cup. Please call us at 212-423-3211 for more information.
 
Pewter
3 1/2" x 2 14"


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