Nadav Art Sivan Seder Plate with Goblet (Choice of Colors)

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Brand: Nadav Art

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Nadav Art Sivan Seder Plate with Goblet (Choice of Colors)
Nadav Art Sivan Seder Plate with Goblet (Choice of Colors) Nadav Art Sivan Seder Plate with Goblet (Choice of Colors)
Details

925 Sterling Silver, Anodized Aluminum

Size of Plate: 16.5cm / 6.5" height x 40cm / 15" diameter 

Size of Small Dishes: 3.8cm / 1.5" height x 8.9cm / 3.5" diameter

Size of Goblet: 15.2cm / 6" height x 7.6cm / 3" diameter

Total Weight of Set: 4.6kg

This stunning work of Judaica art blends traditional Judaica with sensational modern design to create a spectacular Seder plate. The sterling silver plate boasts a gorgeous mirror shine and has been engraved with the name of each ritual food used throughout Seder night in both standard and mirrored writing, which is reflected in the small dishes and Kiddush goblet. Each small dish sits on a gleaming silver podium which offers a subtle contrast with the dishes' matte finish.

Beneath this are three anodized aluminum trays for storing the three matzahs used during the Seder; they are attached to the silver plate with contemporary aluminum legs. This beautiful Seder plate will make an extraordinary centerpiece to your Passover celebrations or a truly remarkable Jewish wedding gift to a special couple.

The goblet is plated with gold to prevent your wine from becoming tainted. Clean by hand with a soft sponge and soapy water.

The Seder plate holds the ritual foodstuffs eaten and used throughout the Seder. These are: Beitza, a hard-boiled egg whose shell has been burned 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.

This Seder plate is available in a choice of colors.

Based in the heart of Jerusalem, Nadav Art is one of Israel’s oldest and most exclusive Jewish art studios. The family-run business has earned international acclaim for its exquisite sterling silver Judaica, tableware and jewelry, and now creates modern works of Jewish art from anodized aluminum to cater to a younger generation’s tastes. Nadav Art is renowned for its exceptional quality and craftsmanship, and for creating masterpieces your family will cherish forever.

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