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Kiddush Cups and wine bottle stands

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Reciting kiddush (sanctification) before the meal on the eve of Shabbat and Jewish holidays is a commandment from the Torah (as it is explained by the Oral Torah). .

To honor the mitzvah of reciting kiddush, a silver goblet is often used, although any cup can suffice. The cup must hold a revi'it of liquid.[1] A revi'it is between 5.46 fluid ounces (161.5 ml) (Rabbi Avrohom Yeshaya Karelitz)[2] and 3.07 fluid ounces (90.7 ml) (Rabbi Avraham Chaim Naeh).[3] After the person reciting the kiddush drinks from the wine, the rest of it is passed around the table or poured out into small cups for the other participants. Alternatively, wine is poured for each of the participants before kiddush.

יום השישי:
ויכלו השמים והארץ וכל צבאם: ויכל אלהים ביום השביעי מלאכתו אשר עשה ,
ישבת ביום השביעי מכל מלאכתו אשר עשה: ויברך אלהים את יום השביעי
ויקדש אותו, כי בו שבת מכל מלאכתו, אשר ברא אלהים לעשות: