Ceramic Seder Plate. Pitom and Ramses. Adaptation. Germany, 1769

Made in Israel
$97.00
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The next time you host a Passover meal, impress your guests when you use this remarkable replica Passover plate from the Israel Museum Collection:

  • Inspired by a work from 18th century Germany, this plate is adorned with a unique depiction of the main cities of ancient Egypt surrounded by the Biblical verse commanding the Hebrews to keep Passover as a holiday for generations to come.
  • An original design from the Land of Israel.
  • To best suit your home decor, this plate is available in two vibrant color options.
Blue
Gold
$97.00

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Ceramic

Diameter: 12" / 30 cm

This Passover, connect your family's festive Seder meal to the celebrations of previous generations with this amazing Seder plate replica from the Israel Museum Collection. An adaptation of an 18th century German Seder plate, this work is decorated with an early Modern artistic portrayal of the Egyptian cities of Pitom and Ramses (depicted as contemporary German towns with towers) as well as an ornate design. The Hebrew word "Pesach" (Passover) is set in the center and is adorned along the edge with a combination of several Biblical verses concerning the celebration of the Exodus from Egypt: "VeZacharta Et Yom Tzeitcha MeEretz Mitzrayim Kol Yemei Chayecha VeAsita Pesach Shivat Yamim" (And you shall remember the day of your leaving Egypt all the days of your life and you shall observe Passover for seven days). With its beautiful appearance and special historic origins, this Seder plate is sure to impress your guests and become the focal point of any Passover Seder that you host for many years to come!!!

For an additional $99.00 you can add the six matching porcelain dishes (diameter of each: 8 cm / 3.15")

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.



 

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