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Rabbi Ribiat (The 39 Melochos) defines Muktza Machmas Chesron Kis as

  1. Items or utensils that one would generally not handle at any time because of their fragility or great value.
  2. Items that (because they are fragile or valuable) would not be used fforfor anything other than their specific non-permissible uses, and are not left "lying around" between uses.

(vol. 1, page 47; emphasis his, but I probably would have emphasized that anyway ;-)

I don't think that either rule applies to a kiddush cup.

Rabbi Ribiat (The 39 Melochos) defines Muktza Machmas Chesron Kis as

  1. Items or utensils that one would generally not handle at any time because of their fragility or great value.
  2. Items that (because they are fragile or valuable) would not be used ffor anything other than their specific non-permissible uses, and are not left "lying around" between uses.

(vol. 1, page 47; emphasis his, but I probably would have emphasized that anyway ;-)

I don't think that either rule applies to a kiddush cup.

Rabbi Ribiat (The 39 Melochos) defines Muktza Machmas Chesron Kis as

  1. Items or utensils that one would generally not handle at any time because of their fragility or great value.
  2. Items that (because they are fragile or valuable) would not be used for anything other than their specific non-permissible uses, and are not left "lying around" between uses.

(vol. 1, page 47; emphasis his, but I probably would have emphasized that anyway ;-)

I don't think that either rule applies to a kiddush cup.

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Rabbi Ribiat (The 39 Melochos) defines Muktza Machmas Chesron Kis as

  1. Items or utensils that one would generally not handle at any time because of their fragility or great value.
  2. Items that (because they are fragile or valuable) would not be used ffor anything other than their specific non-permissible uses, and are not left "lying around" between uses.

(vol. 1, page 47; emphasis his, but I probably would have emphasized that anyway ;-)

I don't think that either rule applies to a kiddush cup.