Ely Levisohn of Judaica Heirlooms commissioned the cup from the master Danish silversmith Per Sax Moller, a student of Georg Jensen. The astounding beauty of the clean, functional geometrical design impressed his neighbor in the palace across the street, who added it to her collection. Thus the name of the cup. When she saw the cup in the artist's display window she acquired the cup for her collection.
There are several variations of the QUEEN OF DENMARK KIDDUSH CUP available:
1. Rising from a polished sterling silver disc shaped base, the stem of the cup consists of two back-to-back silver cones bracketed by two silver spheres. The cup itself is a large polished silver half-oval whose interior is delicately hammered.
2. Rising from a polished sterling silver disc shaped base, the stem is a silver sphere supporting a cone, a disc and then the half -oval cup itself.
3. Rising from the disc base is a tall, slender silver stem, topped by a silver sphere and then the half-oval cup.