Handmade Ceramic Kiddush Cup
Here’s a vessel that’ll look right at home at every special occasion it meets. This cup was made by hand in a studio in Brooklyn, and it’s shaped just right for the traditional Kiddush. See those little flecks all over? Those come from speckled stoneware clay it’s made from. Top it all off with that creamy glaze, and you have a sure-fire heirloom for future generations.
Photography by Ty Mecham, Rocky Luten
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