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925 Sterling Silver
Designed to please even the most meticulous perfectionist, this extraordinary Seder plate features intricate leaves and delicate filigree edging, as well as striking columns. The border of each named indent has been elaborately decorated, as has the plate's rim. The eye-catching pillar design ensures that this Seder plate will make an exceptional centerpiece to your Passover table!
The Seder plate holds the ritual foodstuffs eaten and used throughout the Seder. These are: Beitza, a hard-boiled egg whose shell has been singed to commemorate the destruction of the Temples; Zeroah, a roasted shank bone to remind us of the Pascal lamb offering; Maror and Hazeret, two types of bitter herb or vegetable eaten to enforce sympathy with the bitterness of the Jews' 400 year slavery; Karpas, a vegetable which is dipped in salt water to symbolize spring and regrowth; and Haroset, a thick, sweet paste made from wine, apples, dates and nuts which looks like the cement the Jews were forced to pour during their slavery.
The Corintus range from Hazorfim has been inspired by the straight lines and symmetry of neo-classic architecture found in Corinth, Greece. This range beautifully demonstrates a silversmith's commitment to perfection: the identical pillars represent the strength and power of Ancient Greece's still-standing buildings.
Please note: All Hazorfim items are beautifully wrapped in exclusive gift packaging, and include a certificate of authentication and warranty card.
Founded in 1952 by immigrants who sought refuge in the Jewish homeland, Hazorfim is a family business with a sterling reputation for high quality, handcrafted silver Judaica. They offer an impressive range including candlesticks, Kiddush cups and challah products, and a stunning selection of home decor pieces. Hazorfim’s uncompromising commitment to excellence ensures that everything they produce showcases the very best of artisan silversmithing!
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