Exodus Passover Seder Plate. Adaptation. Alsace. 19th century
Add a unique touch to your personal Judaica collection with this remarkable replica Passover plate from the Israel Museum Collection:
- Inspired by a 19th century French plate, this ceramic dish is decorated with a depiction of the Exodus from Egypt and is inscribed with the Hebrew words "Pesach," "Matzah" and "Maror."
- An original work from the Land of Israel.
- Will make a fantastic gift for Passover, a birthday, a housewarming, an engagement, an anniversary or any other special occasion.
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Diameter: 15" / 37 cm
The design of this stunning Seder plate was inspired by a late 19th-century Passover plate from Alsace in northern France. The painting in the center depicts the exodus from Egypt while the border is decorated with ivy and Hebrew words Pesach (the pascal lamb), Matza (unleavened bread), amd Maror (bitter herbs), three essential components of the Passover seder.
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.