Dorit Judaica Metal Seder Plate and Matzah Tray Set – Pomegranate Motif

$109.00
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DJ-P-44-AND-P-45-L1

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Impress your Seder guests when you use this terrific Seder plate and Matzah tray set from renowned Israeli designer Dorit Judaica:

  • Both the plate and tray are decorated with a colorful pomegranate design. In addition, the plate boasts six indentations labelled in Hebrew with the names of the different symbolic foods
  • Will beautifully brighten your family's festive Seder meal.
  • The Matzah tray can be used at any meal throughout the entire holiday of Passover.

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Seder Plate:

Stainless Steel, Glass

Size: 12.6" / 32 cm

Matzah Tray:

Metal Cut-Out

Size: 23 cm x 23 cm / 9.06" x 9.06"

Brighten your Seder table with this delightful Passover set of a Seder plate and a Matzah tray from Dorit Judaica. Beautifully made, each piece is decorated with colorful representations of leaves and pomegranates, one of the seven species with which the Land of Israel is blessed (Deuteronomy 8:8) as well a symbol for fruitfulness and Torah study. The Seder plate features six dishes for each of the Seder night's symbolic foods along with a Hebrew label next to each one. The six foods are Maror (Bitter Herbs), Z'roah (Shank Bone), Karpas (Vegetable), Chazeret (Bitter Vegetable), Charoset (Blend of fruit and wine) and Beitzah (Egg). Bursting with color, this lovely set is a beautiful blend of traditional ritual objects, Jewish artistic motifs and contemporary Israeli art that you will love showcasing every Seder night for many years to come.

Dorit is a seventh generation Israeli living in Petach Tikva who creates outstanding Jewish art and home décor. She combines computerized graphics and traditional paper cut designs with Jewish texts and symbols and a range of materials to create distinctive Judaica and décor with an Israeli flavor.

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