On Sale Now! Save 10% on the Yair Emanual Set of 6 Small Kiddush Goblets Cups with Tray Aluminum Multicolor Judaica (GS-6A) by Yair Emanuel at Foom App. MPN: 43201-61914. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Your guests will be delighted to pass around Kiddush wine with these beautiful and colorful cups! They are the perfect accent to bring color and
Product Description & Reviews
Your guests will be delighted to pass around Kiddush wine with these beautiful and colorful cups!
They are the perfect accent to bring color and warmth to your Shabbat or Yom Tov table, in gleaming metal colors with a brushed finish.
The anodized colors ensure that this waterproof cup can be washed without worry.
Features & Highlights
- Measures approximately 13" X 3"
- Made in Israel
Kiddush Cups & Sets
2.5 x 14 x 3 inches
3.94 x 2.68 x 14.06 inches
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