Dorit Judaica Stainless Steel & Glass Swarovski Stone Challah Board - Pomegranates
Enrich your next Shabbat or holiday meal with this gorgeous designer challah board from Dorit Judaica:
- Made from stainless steel and studded with Swarovski stones, this board features the Hebrew blessing recited over bread set above an elaborate pomegranate design.
- An original design by one of Israel's top Judaica artists.
- Will make a fantastic gift for a birthday, housewarming, engagement, anniversary, holiday or any other special occasion.
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Stainless Steel & Swarovski Stones
Size: 15.7" X 11.8" / 30 X 40 cm
This is a remarkable challah cutting board that you can use and re-use for as long as you have it. It will impress your guests with its unique Israeli beauty and modern simplicity. It has a stainless steel base featuring cutout pomegranates adorned with exquisite Swarovski stones. In addition, at the top are inscribed the words, Ha motzi lechem min ha'aretz, the blessing said over bread.
It features embedded transparent, removable tempered glass that will make the cleaning process so much easier for you! All you need to do is remove the glass, wash it and it's ready to go for next Sabbath!
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.
Dorit is the founder of Dorit Judaica. She's a religious woman, with a singular passion for Jewish art. Her faith helps her create vivid pieces that are pleasing to the senses. She specializes in integrating Jewish texts into her colorful work. You'll notice that Dorit employs her remarkable creativity in all her designs. She is a seventh-generation Israeli, and lives in Petach Tikva with her husband and four kids.