Pomegranate Trivet Stand and Salad Server Set
Create a Shabbat table that glows like never before with this stunning pomegranate trivet and utensils set:
- Includes a trivet for hot food from Barbara Shaw Jewish gifts, with a calming water-color finish on wood laminate.
- Contains two pomegranate designed serving utensils for your favorite Shabbat and holiday salads, one polka-dotted and one carved out.
- Accentuate your table personally or give the gift of beautifying a Jewish table to a newly wed!
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Hot Food Trivet:
Size: 10.5 x 7.5 inches / 27 x 20 centimeters and can withstand up to 150'C (300'F)
Accentuate your Shabbat and holiday table with this lovely, vibrant trivet for hot food! The pomegranate is a royal symbol in Judaism as they have a crown on the top, representing G-d as the Ultimate Power. Designed by Jennifer Klor, a Jerusalem artist who is partnered with Barbara Shaw. Color your table with joy with this beautiful trivet for years to come!
Barbara Shaw's beautiful designs, made from her workshop in Jerusalem, fuse the power of tradition with a fresh, modern style, bringing to life everyday objects with her delightful touch of colors, patterns and themes.
Salad Serving Utensils:
Size (each): 14 cm x 2.5 cm / 5.7" x 1".
This set comes in a deluxe gift box.
This decorative salad server set will grace your Shabbat table to a whole new level. The top of each piece features a large pomegranate shape, a classic Jewish symbol.
A classic Jewish decorative motif, the pomegranate has been grown for thousands of years in the Mediterranean region, and is one of the 7 species indigenous to the Land of Israel as referenced in the Torah. 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. The pomegranate is known for its large seed count, which represents the 613 mitzvot (commandments) for the Jewish people. Beautiful pieces that will make your salads even more exciting!
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.