Joy Stember Metal Arts Studio Kiddush Cup 127 L'Chaim to Life, Artistic Artisan Designer Judaica
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Joy Stember Metal Arts Studio Kiddush Cup 127 L'Chaim to Life, Artistic Artisan Designer Judaica Stone Texture Large Pebble Texture Patchwork Texture Victorian Texture I Am My Beloved Texture

Kiddush Cup 127 L'Chaim to Life by Joy Stember Metal Arts Studio

Joy Stember creates this artistic, L'Chaim To Life Kiddush cup. This wedding cup is customizable for your special event. Fabricated from pewter and brass, its' contemporary style is a perfect gift for that special couple. The artist is able to put the couples names on either side of the cup, as well as the date and the wording L'Chaim is in Hebrew or English.
* This cup can also have the name of your Bar or Bat Mitzvah!
* Cup with L'Chaim on one side and 3 blank is $450
* Cup with 4 sides of Customized text is available for an additional charge.
* Cup can be made in any of the eight textures including sand, which is shown here. The wording is hand pierced and blackened. Lead Free.

Handmade in the USA.

Available Patterns:
A. Stone
B. Large Pebble
C. Patchwork
D. Victorian
E. I Am My Beloved

* Size: 2.75"L. x 2.75"W.  x 5.25"H.

Shipping: approximately two to four weeks.

FREE SHIPPING ON ORDER OF $100 or more... read policy

For any shipping requirement other than free ground shipping, please call (845) 679-2622, or email

Due to the nature of handcrafted work, subtle variations are natural.


Joy Stembers' Judaica is known for it's clean lines and contemporary qualities. Her pieces are made with pewter, brass, copper and silver.

Joy Stember, Metal Arts Studio Working and Profile Image

Joy was a 2008 Rio Grande Saul Bell Design Awards Finalist and a 2010 & 2011 NICHE Awards finalist.

She was born in Melrose Park, PA. Her parents encouraged her from a young age to pursue the arts. Her father, a talented fine jewelry designer, was her mentor and she was his apprentice

Joy attended Tyler School of Art, Temple University, in Elkins Park, PA where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM. She continued her education with summer workshops at Penland School of Crafts, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, and Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts.



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