Miriam's Blue Wine Cup/glass - Passover Etched Glass - Pesach - Judaica- Jewish


Miriam's Blue Wine Cup/glass - Passover Etched Glass - Pesach - Judaica- Jewish

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Miriam's Blue Wine Cup/glass - Passover Etched Glass - Pesach - Judaica- Jewish :
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Offered for sale is a hand made blue etched glass Miriam's Cup.The glass holds 13 ounces and it is 8 inches high. It would look beautiful on your Passover table.I also have listed an etched Elijah cup and an etched Dove glass.
The glass is designed and hand made by me.The etching ispermanent however the glass should be hand washed.
The glass is shown in blue however you do have the option to have your glass on a clear wine glass. The size of the glass is the same as shown.
This design has been created by me and is copyright protected.
Shipping and handling is $9.50 in the continental USA. I can only combine shipping if you send me a request to combine your invoice before you pay. If you pay and then ask for me to combine the shipping I will not be able to do it.
The Tradition Behind Miriam’s Cup

A newer tradition involves placing a special cup on the table to honor Miriam the Prophetess, Moses’ sister, and her important role in the Exodus of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt. This tradition also recognizes the important role of women in Jewish history.

When Moses’ mother placed the Baby Moses in a basket and floated him down the Nile River in an attempt to save him from Pharaoh’s decree that all Hebrew baby boys were to be killed, it was Miriam who followed the Baby Moses and watched him from the bulrushes. Miriam made sure that he made it to safety, and when he was adopted by the Pharaoh’s sister, Miriam was the one who arranged for Moses to actually be raised by his own mother. And the Talmud teaches that it was Miriam’s well that provided the Israelites with water during their forty years of wandering on the way to the Promised Land. G-d gave Miriam the gift of this miraculous well, and it followed the Israelites on their journey through the desert.

For both of these reasons, Miriam the Prophetess is often associated with water. So, Miriam’s Cup is not filled with wine (like Elijah’s), but instead with water. Usually, the cup stands empty at the beginning of the Seder, and during a special portion of the Seder ritual, each participant pours a bit of water from his or her own cup into Miraim’s Cup.



Miriam's Blue Wine Cup/glass - Passover Etched Glass - Pesach - Judaica- Jewish :
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