This set includes glass for the couple to break during their wedding ceremony and a t'naim plate. T'naim is a Jewish tradition in which the mothers of the couple break a plate to symbolize their approval of the marriage and the breaking and reforging of relationships that takes place with a wedding.
After smashing the glass under the chuppah, the shards are sent back to the artist to be remelted into three items: one for the new couple and one for each set of parents (additional pieces can be requested by contacting the artist).
The Shared Art
Options include a set of drinking glasses, decanter, honey jar, water pitcher, and vase.
Each package will come with return shipping label, for sending the shards of glass back and cards for recipients to indicate their selection of reconstructed art.
Second smash glass + heavy-duty pouch for couples who want to break two glasses as part of their wedding ceremony. Must be ordered along with a full wedding glass smash kit.
A NOTE ON COLOR: The colors you are selecting now are the color of the cup and plate to be smashed. While the shards contribute to the color of the final piece, the full color scheme will be a combination of the shards with the water-blue of our recycled glass.
SHIPPING TIME: These sets are completely custom and made-to-order, and we require 3-4 weeks lead time for shipping.