Yair Emanuel Embroidered Matzah Cover and Afikoman Bag - Mah Nishtanah (Pomegranates)

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This year, impress your Seder guests when you use this unique designer Matzah cover & Afikoman bag set from Yair Emanuel:

  • Made from raw silk, both items are adorned with an elegant pomegranate design. The cover features the classic Hebrew phrase "Mah Nishtana," the Hebrew word "Pesach" as well as the Hebrew names of four of the Seder's symbolic foods. The bag is inscribed with the Hebrew word "Afikoman."
  • An original design from one of Israel's top Judaica artists.
  • Will become a treasured part of your family's Passover celebrations for many years to come!!!

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Matzah cover: 16" X 16" / 41 cm X 41 cm

Afikoman bag: 12" X 8" / 30.5 cm X 20 cm

We are proud to present an exciting line of Artistic Judaica by Yair Emanuel. 

This gorgeous matzah cover and Afikoman bag set will add a touch of color and distinction to your Passover table! Made from raw silk, the beautiful pomegranate design is embroidered with colorful threads with golden highlights. In the center is written Pesach on the matzah cover and Afikoman on the Afikoman bag in Hebrew letters, while the matzah cover has three sections inside to separate the top and bottom matzahs from the middle matzah.  At the top of the matzah cover is the famous line from the Haggadah, Ma nishtana halaila hazeh mikol haleylot (How is this night different from all others).

The set is embroidered with a lovely pomegranate design, a classic Jewish decorative motif. This will be a treasured centerpiece in anyone's Passover home!

 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.

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