Luxurious Seder Plate By Bier Judaica (925 Sterling Silver)
For a Seder plate that will take center stage at your family's annual Passover celebrations, check out this stunning one from Bier Judaica:
- Shaped like a hexagon, this sterling silver Seder plate is embossed with the Hebrew words "Pesach, Matzah Maror" and features glass bowls, each of which is embossed with the Hebrew names of the Seder's symbolic foods.
- An original design from the Land of Israel.
- Will become a treasured part of your family's Passover celebrations for generations to come!!!
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925 Sterling Silver
Diameter: 39 cm / 15.36"
Weight: 1.65 kg / 3.64 lbs
Enrich your celebration of Passover with this remarkable sterling silver Seder plate from Bier Judaica. Possessing a sophisticated and refined appearance, this hexagonal plate rests upon three polished legs as its edges are adorned with an elegant lined design. Resting on the plate are six dishes, with the Hebrew name for the Seder's symbolic foods embossed on the rim of each dish. The six foods are: Maror (bitter herbs), Karpas (vegetable), Charoset (special combination of wine and fruit), Chazeret (bitter vegetable), Beitzah (egg) and Z'roah (shank bone). Stylishly imprinted in a circle next to the dishes is the famous Hebrew phrase from the Haggadah, "Pesach, Matzah, Maror." Skillfully crafted in the Land of Israel, you will love using this Seder plate every Passover for many years to come.
Please note: This item is custom made according to your specific order. Please allow up to 20 business days from the date of purchase before the item is shipped.
Inspired by modern art and the colorful tapestry of life in Jerusalem, Bier Judaica brings you high-end, original silver Judaica pieces that are both beautiful and practical. The founder, Yitzhak Bier, studied at Jerusalem's prestigious Bezalel Academy of Art & Design and later founded his own workshop in the city. Yitzhak designed pieces of great importance and note, such as gifts distributed by Israeli Presidents and Prime Ministers to foreign dignitaries, lamps in Haifa's Great Synagogue and the doors of Jerusalem's Municipality building. Today, Yitzhak's sons, Mordechai and Meir, follow in their father's footsteps to bring you excellence and craftsmanship.