Silver plated wine goblet with intricate engraving. Used during the Greek Orthodox Wedding Ceremony, also known as the Common Cup.
THE COMMON CUP: The rite of the crowning is followed by a reading of the Gospel, which tells of the marriage of Cana at Galilee. It was at this wedding that Jesus performed his first miracle, changing water into wine, which was given to the married couple. Wine is given to the couple in remembrance of this miracle, whereby they each drink from the cup three times.
Posted by Unknown on 10th Oct 2013
It is absolutely gorgeous. The design on it is beautiful and the material it is made out of is great. It is made out of a material that would last a lifetime. It was perfect for the wedding we used it in.
Posted by Melina (London UK) on 14th Apr 2013
I know the church provides the cup for the ceremony however I liked that my husband and I could keep it with along with our stefana that I have displayed in our cabinet. Great quality fast service and great price.
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