The Kosher Cook Stainless Steel Netilat Yadayim Cup
In a few months, Hanukkah, the Jewish tradition will be here with us. Even though gift-giving is not a tradition associated with this holiday, some people choose to celebrate the Jewish festival of light by exchanging Hanukkah gifts anyways.
Perhaps, it’s because of its proximity to the Christmas holiday which brings about gift-giving mood, or because it’s a holiday and a gift will cheer up everyone.
Whichever the case, a gift never hurts anyone. Besides the traditional menorah lighting and latke making, a Hanukkah gift will, without a doubt cheer up everyone.
And so in the spirit of celebrating Jewish holidays, we came across this stain steel Netilat Yadayim Cup by Kosher Cook.
Detailed information about The Kosher Cook Stainless Steel Netilat Yadayim Cup
This cup will make an excellent gift for a Jewish host/hostess, a family member, a friend, or a co-worker.
It makes a perfect Judaica gift idea for Jewish holiday traditions such as Hanukah, Shabbat, Passover, Jewish wedding, among other special occasions.
The Netilat Yadayim is a Jewish ritual of the washing of hands done using a two-handled cup before eating bread/ a meal or when waking from sleep.
This stain steel cup will not only be given as a gift of blessing to enhance the mitzvah, but it will also be an elegant addition in the recipient's kitchen.
The two-handled cup is designed to match and enhance even the most sophisticated tabletop or decor.
It features an elegant design with a floral pattern and shin lettering, a style that brings out the Jewish theme perfectly.
It will fit in flawless in any dining room or kitchen countertop.
And because of its sophisticated style and design, this Negel Vasser wash cup can be used at the table for Passover/Pesach seder decoration.
A quality cup made of premium stainless steel
It won’t rust, chip, crack or break
Features an exquisite design ideal for table decoration
It is made of premium stainless steel, a material that is rust-proof. It will not break easily, chip or crack like the common ceramic Netilat Yadayim Cups.