This cup is designed to be shattered by the groom at the end of the Jewish wedding ceremony in memory of the Destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem.
It is made of blown glass with a silicon coating. The silicon holds the shards together and prevents dangerous spread of glass fragments. Thus, no need to wrap the glass in foil, and the groom can step on it safely.
The cup was specially designed for the wedding ceremony, with one side of the glass flattened so it can rest on the ground in a stable position. The couple can keep the broken glass as a souvenir of the ceremony.
Materials: Glass, silicon
It is sold in the Shop of the Jewish Museum in New York
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