Cups and Goblets

35 items found.

Pair of circumcision cups for the godfather
Hungary
1733

Tower-shaped spicebox combined with Havdalah cup
Ukraine
1882–96

Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austria-Hungary
ca. 1880

Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1845

Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1852

Poalei Tzedek Society kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Cluj, Transylvania
1906

Kiddush goblet of Burial and Charity Society with inscription
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1866

Kiddush cup with dedicatory inscription
Czechoslovakia
1926

Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Austro-Hungarian Empire
19th century

Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austria-Hungary
Second half of the 19th century

Lidded kiddush goblet of the Gifts for the Poor Society
Central Europe, Austro-Hungarian Empire
19th century

Kiddush goblet with inscription
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1818

Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Central Europe
1940

Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austria-Hungary
1889

Burial Society kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Austria-Hungary
1898

Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Central Europe
1906

Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austria-Hungary
1874

Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription, with lid and handle
Central Europe (?)
1814

Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1861

Kiddush cup with dedicatory inscription
Russia
1895

Kiddush cup
Silversmith: Johann Höfler (active 1655–1705)
Nuremberg, Germany
1655–1705

Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1861

Kiddush goblet for synagogue with dedicatory inscription
Stuttgart, Germany
1835

Kiddush cup
Silversmith: Johann Christoph Treffler (active 1680–1722)
Augsburg, Germany
1680–85

Kiddush cup
Augsburg, Germany
17th century

Kiddush cup
Silversmith: Matthäus Baur II (active 1681–1728)
Augsburg, Germany
1685

Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Central Europe
1898

Hevrat Sandekaut Havdalah goblet with inscription
Austria-Hungary
1872

Kiddush goblet
Silversmith: Friedrich Johann Ehe (active 1773–1808)
Nuremberg, Germany
1787–90

Kiddush goblet
Silversmith: Johann (Josef) Michael Bettle (active 1752–1794)
Augsburg, Germany
1779–81

Kiddush cup with dedicatory inscription and family emblem
Augsburg, Germany
17th century

Double cup for circumcision ceremony
Augsburg, Germany
18th century

Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription, adorned with biblical scenes
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Early 18th century

Kiddush cup with dedicatory inscription and depictions of holy sites
Land of Israel
Late 19th century

Kiddush cup with dedicatory inscription
Silversmith: Danieli Brassai
Cluj, Transylvania
1691