Jewish Kiddush cups are the goblets used to hold the wine for the blessing recited to bring in the Sabbath or a Jewish Holiday. Once the blessing is recited, the father of the family takes a sip of wine and then passes the Kiddush cup around the table so each person taking part has a sip. Jewish Kiddush Cups come in a variety of materials including silver, pewter, and wood. Additionally, Kiddush cups are usually beautifully decorated with a design of the grapevine or of Jerusalem. Because of their lovely appearance and holy use, Jewish Kiddush cups make wonderful gifts for birthdays, holidays, anniversaries and housewarmings.