Washing Cups

Jewish washing cups are part of the Jewish "netilat yediam" tradition in which the hands are ritually washed at certain times of the day, as dictated by the Torah.

We offer several different designs, some of which incorporate a combination of different materials such as porcelain and pewter, others made entirely from metal but equally attractive, with some even featuring inscriptions in Hebrew on the side. All are equally well-crafted with the attention to quality and detail that our customers expect.

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278 reviews
Rashila Amin said: Very expensive for an air freshener.

I bought this after reading about the manufacturer and the perfumery. They noted after 24-48hrs your whole room fills up with magnificent scent. Not the case for $100. I do Feng Shui so wanted to at least give this a try. A nice non irritable candle or incense stick will do exactly the same as this device for fraction of the cost.

Jacinta Sutphin said: 5/5

Clementine Crush Roller Ball Perfume

Esther Schwartz said: 5/5

Clear Melon Tritan™ Goblet

Chai Gasner said: 5/5

Ruffle Melamine Salad Servers

Rona Kessel said: Lovely cloth

Cloth is lovely. Was not thrilled with how it was made. Round cloth but not made in one piece