Flowers & Pomegranates: Yair Emanuel Fully Embroidered Matzah and Afikoman Set (Sunset)
Bring color and a breath of spring to your family's festive Seder meal with this captivating matzah cover and Afikoman bag set from Yair Emanuel:
- Made from raw silk, both the matzah cover and Afikoman bag are decorated with a vibrantly and richly colored flower and pomegranate design. The cover boasts the Hebrew word "Pesach" while the Afikoman bag features the Hebrew word "Afikoman."
- An original design by one of Israel's top Judaica artists.
- With three pocket linings for three pieces of matzah, the matzah cover is perfect for use during the Seder or throughout the rest of the Passover holiday.
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Size of Matzah Cover: 16" X 16" / 40 X 40 cm
Size of Afikoman Bag: 12" X 13" / 30 X 34 cm
We are proud to present an exciting line of Artistic Judaica by Yair Emanuel.
Here we have a beautiful design featuring an ornate, fully embroidered forest scene with pomegranates, a classic Jewish decorative motif. The Hebrew words Pesach and Afikoman are embroidered while the matzah cover has three pocket linings for ease of use during the Seder.
A classic Jewish decorative motif, the pomegranate has been grown for thousands of years in the Mediterranean region, and is referenced throughout the Bible as one of the 7 species native to the Land of Israel. In addition, the pomegranate has some of the deepest and richest symbolism in Judaism as its many seeds symbolize the abundance of righteousness, prosperity and wisdom.
Combining ancient tradition with modern decorative elements into one seamless work of art, this set makes an amazing gift for yourself or someone special that will lend a true sense of freedom every time around.
Artist Yair Emanuel, a graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, lives and works in Jerusalem. Vivid and harmonious colors as well as a mixture of the old and the new characterize Emanuel's work, which is designed and crafted in his Jerusalem studio. The principal techniques utilized encompass painting on silk, hand-embroidery, raw-silk appliqué and painting on wood.