Shabbat is traditionally the seventh day of rest for followers of Judaism as ordained by God in the Ten Commandments. Tradition has it that God rested on the seventh day after creating the universe. The weekly Shabbat holds a lot of significance for Jews. It starts on sunset on Friday and lasts till the appearance of the three stars in the sky on Saturday night.
Shabbat has a rich tradition and is primarily a day of rest and spiritual enrichment. It is the day when one puts aside work and spends time with the family. Ordinarily items used on Shabbat are ideal gifts for Shabbat. These include lovely Kiddush cups which can be used for Kiddush or blessing over the Shabbat wine. This ceremony is performed by the man of the family.