Porcelain Passover Seder Plate (Red). Adaptation. Spain Before 1492
This year, celebrate Passover like never before with this amazing Seder plate replica from the Israel Museum Collection:
- Made from porcelain, this work is a replica of a Seder plate from Medieval Spain and features six matching dishes resting on a matching red plate.
- Comes with a certificate of authenticity and an English / Hebrew historical description of the item from the Land of Israel.
- You and your family will love using this unique Seder plate every Passover for many years to come!!!
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Diameter: 15" / 38 cm
This breathtaking Passover Seder plate is a replica of one of the few preserved objects of Jewish ceremonial art from Spain prior to the expulsion of the Jews in 1492.
Shaped and decorated in a manner typical of contemporary Spanish houseware plates, it features repeated motifs of gadroons, and floral and geometric designs in brownish-gold and cobalt blue. The inscription refers to the three main elements of the Passover feast: pesach (paschal lamb), matzah (unleavened bread), and maror (bitter herbs), as well as the word seder. The spelling errors suggest that the plate was comissioned from a non-Jewish craftsman who was unfamiliar with Hebrew.
Note: the plate is pictured with the matching porcelain dishes, available at an additional charge.
For an additional $89.00 you can add the six matching porcelain dishes.
Each of the small dishes has a diameter of 3.4" / 8.5 cm.
This item comes with a certificate of authenticity from the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Enclosed is a short description of its historical background in English and Hebrew.