Judaica Grooms Chupah Wedding Glass for Breaking Jewish Wedding Ceremony Religious Spiritual Keepsake Mazal Mazel Tov – CHUPAH GROOMS GLASS IN RAINBOW IRIDESCENT SILVER OR GOLD COLOR
I’m so excited to introduce my exclusive Groom’s Chuppah Glasses for breaking at the end of a Jewish Ceremony, designed by me, Irene Nurieli (the company president).
Available in 4 colors: Iridescent, Rainbow, Gold, or Silver. 5.5” H, 2.5” Dia. Each Glass comes in its own satin pouch silkscreened with my exclusive design in Gold or Silver, and a beautiful keepsake box, also printed with my artwork in Gold or Silver, for safe keeping after the glass is broken at the ceremony.
Celebrate religious customs & traditions with this beautifully designed easily breakable glass (available in four colors), complete with a white satin pouch which is to be is used under the Chuppah at the end of a Jewish wedding ceremony. The Groom’s Mazel Tov wedding glass is a stemless glass which is safely contained within the silkscreened pouch that safely holds the shattered shards. The satin pouch is placed within the keepsake box which has been beautifully designed with my artwork, including the Hebrew inscription: “I am my beloved’s, and my beloved is mine” and “If I shall forget thee Jerusalem, I shall forget my right hand” (a saying which is recited by the Groom (Chatan) under the Chupah right before he steps on the glass at the end of a Jewish wedding ceremony, along with other famous wedding phrases from the Torah (Bible) and Tehillim (Psalms).
This Chupah Glass makes a wonderful gift and will become a special keepsake for the couple’s blessed union. **Broken glass may either be stored in the satin pouch provided, or may later be made into a lucite mezuzah or crystal cube favor.
Glass is available in gold, silver, iridescent, or rainbow. Near the conclusion of a traditional Jewish Wedding Ceremony, it is customary that a glass, contained in a decorative pouch, is placed on the floor. The Chatan proceeds to shatter the glass with his foot (this will probably be the last time that he will put his foot down in their home lol), the shattering of the glass is in memory of the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem (with God’s help may it be rebuilt again one day soon), resulting in “Many Pieces, Many Years, and Many Blessings Together…” for the happy couple. Those in attendance respond with an enthusiastic Mazal Tov (meaning Good Luck in Hebrew)!
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