One of Israel’s most popular Judaica artists brings his colorful touch to your Shabbat table with his stunning wooden peacock design kiddush cup and matching plate.
Emanuel’s beautiful Shabbat kiddush set is decorated with bright colors in the Oriental design style popularized by the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, where he studied fine art. The kiddush set features a colorful wildlife motif with peacocks, goats, and flowering vines.
The set is hand-painted using acrylic paint and then fully lacquered to maintain the vivid colors and protect the wood cup and plate. The three layers of varnish make the set waterproof and hand-washable.
This delightful kiddush set makes a lovely addition to your Judaica collection and is a beautiful gift for weddings, housewarmings, and other special occasions.
When you recite the blessings for Shabbat with this uniquely Israeli kiddush set, you will feel a touch of the Holy Land at your table.
- 14.5 X 11.4 cm /5.7 X 4.5 inches
Wooden Peacock Design Kiddush Cup and Plate
Yair Emanuel is a prolific artist and creator of Israel’s most recognized and loved Judaica. His creative use of colors, textures, and images from the land of Israel makes his beautiful works of art instantly recognizable.
Born on Kibbutz Sha’alvim in central Israel, Emanuel developed his artistic talent as a young man at the prestigious Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem. While studying in Jerusalem, he fell in love with the Holy City and decided to make it his home. His studio is located in the heart of Jerusalem. The city influences many of his beautiful works of art, decorated with scenes from the Old City of Jerusalem. His other works celebrate the seven species of the land of Israel with charming depictions of wheat, barley, rye, pomegranates, grapes, olives, and figs.
Emanuel’s designs are infused with his love for Judaism, a respect for tradition blended with his joyful embrace of color and innovation. His Judaica is represented in various mediums from painted wood, textiles, and metal. Each piece that he makes is unique while recognizably ‘Emanuel.’