Miriam’s Cup I


This cup is a restless vessel, like Miriam’s ancient well dancing with the people Israel at the Red Sea. It is heard as well as seen, the cymbals ornamenting the bowl’s perimeter respond to the slightest vibration of the table. On the seder table, it echoes the sounds of freedom—the wind rustling through grasses, the murmuring of exiles, a joyous song with a tambourine.

  • Sterling silver, hand hammered, 6” h x 8” dia
  • Created for “Drawing From the Source” at the HUC Petrie Gallery, NYC
  • Permanent Collection of The Jewish Museum, NYC
  • $10,000. Made to order, lead time about 6 weeks.
  • By commission only.

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 8 × 8 in