Betrothal Plate (qnas teller). Earthenware, pained and glazed. Replica. Bohemia, 19th century

Made in Israel
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Break the glass as you commit to your soulmate with this wonderful plate from the Israel Museum:

  • Fashioned in ceramic with a tulip motif and navy blue. 
  • Contains the phrase Mazal Tov in Hebrew in the center, meaning congratulations.
  • Wonderful gift for the new couple in your life to celebrate their next step!

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Diameter: 9.1" / 23 cm

The plate was made to be broken at the end of the se'udat qnas (betrothal feast) in a symbolic act to drive away evil spirits.

The Feuchtwanger Collection, purchased and donated to the Israel Museum by Baruch and Ruth Rappaport, Geneva.

This item comes with a certificate of authenticity of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Enclosed is a small description of its historical background in English and Hebrew.

The Israel Museum, Jerusalem is among the world's most highly rated encyclopedic museums. It holds the biggest collection of ancient Israel and Bible Lands antiquities on the planet, and is home to groundbreaking archaeological discoveries such as the Dead Sea Scrolls. The museum creates replicas and adaptations of Jewish and Israeli artifacts from around the world; these rare pieces make wonderful gifts.

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