This kiddush glass - Boreh Pri Hagefen and grapes comes with its silver nickel saucer and a plastic cup for better protection. Impeccable quality that will guarantee longevity and ease of maintenance.
This kiddush glass is originally engraved with bunches of grapes as well as the wine prayer: " Boreh Pri Hagefen "
A great gift idea for Shabbat and holiday nights.
- Made in Israel
- Size: 12cm
- Metal: Nickel
A little practical help:
Kiddush on Friday evening in phonetics:
Yom hashichi vaykhullu hachamaym vehaaress, vekhol cebaame, vaykhal, elohim, bayom axebii, melakhto ashèr assa, vayshbote bayom axebii, mikkol melakhto ashèr assa, vaybarèkh e!ohim est yom hashbii, vayqaddèche oto, kihim bo shabbat mikkot larâsa achelo, achelo barassa
Blessing on wine:
Maranane sword: (The assembly says: Lé Haim)
Baroukh ata Ado-nay élo-hénou melèkh haôlam boron pere haguefene. (Congregation says: Amen)
Baroukh ata adonaye élohénou mélèkh haôlam acher quiddechanu bemisvotav vérassa banu, véchabbath quodcho beahaba oubrassone hinhilanu, zikkarone lémaâssé berechite, tehilla lémiqraé quodeche, zekher lissiate misrayme, véchabbath qodchekha beahaba oubrassone hinhilanou, barado-hadoche hinhilanu, baroukh hadoche hinhilanu.
After washing your hands, say:
Baroukh ata Ado-nay elo-henu melèkh haôlam acher kidechanu bemitsvotav vetsivanu âl netilath yadaïm.
Blessing on Shabbat bread (Hallot):
Baroukh ata Ado-nay elo-henu melèkh haôlam hammotssi le-hem mine haares.
A cup of wine or grape juice filled to the brim is held by the master of ceremonies. The Assembly rises:
It was evening and then morning, sixth day:
Heaven and earth, and everything in them, was finished. On the seventh day, G‑d closed the work He had done. He ceased on the seventh day from all the work He had done. And Gd blessed the seventh day and declared it holy, because on that day He ceased all the work He had created and all the work to be done (Genesis 2:1-3).
With your permission (Masters, ladies and gentlemen):
The Assembly: To life!
You are the source of blessing, Lord our G‑d, Ruler of the world, You who create the fruit of the vine.
You are the source of blessing, L-rd our G‑d, Ruler of the world, who has sanctified us by Your commandments, and has desired us. His holy Shabbat, He bequeathed it to us with love: commemoration of the creative act, first of the Solemnities, memory of the exodus from Egypt. For it is we whom You have distinguished and sanctified among all peoples and it is to us whom You have bequeathed, out of love, Your holy Shabbat. You are the source of blessing, You who sanctify the Shabbat.
We drink the glass of wine and each guest takes a sip in turn.
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