Challah Board Egg Shape Light Grey K28 K28 By Caesarea Arts

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Introduced by Alice & Brian Bergner to complement their successful “Rainbow Collection”, this Challah board is the result of a challenge they set themselves to create a unique...

$418.00
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Introduced by Alice & Brian Bergner to complement their successful “Rainbow Collection”, this Challah board is the result of a challenge they set themselves to create a unique piece that would combine modernity, uniqueness, beauty and practicality. Its classical egg-shaped base is composed of beautiful - but still practical, granite porcelain and is completed with a decorative anodized aluminum stand into which has been cut the phrase “Hamotzi Lechem Min Ha’Aretz” (He who brings forth bread from the ground) and a salt dish held in place by magnets, המוציא לחם מן הארץ (Trans. He who brings forth bread from the ground) The word Challah actually is Hebrew for loaf of bread. Shabbat meals are begun by making a blessing over the wine and over two loaves of bread. Those loaves are often called Challah, because before they are baked one must fulfill the Mitzvah of Challah This board will not scratch with normal use and will bring you or your loved-ones many enjoyable Sabbaths. The Torah says (Numbers 15:19) that in the baking of bread, one must separate a piece of dough and give it to the Kohen (priest) to eat when they are ritually pure. Today all are ritually impure (as no means exist for ritual purification) so when one bakes bread, a piece of dough is separated and burnt. This Mitzvah is called Challah. The first time the observance of Shabbat is mentioned in the Torah was when the Manna fell for the Jewish people wandering through the desert. Every day they would go out and collect the Manna. On Shabbat they would not collect. Instead, on Friday they collected double for Shabbat. To commemorate the double portion, two loaves of Challah are placed on the Shabbat table. The use of the Challah board has been transformed over time with the emergence of more and more unique designs, many of which have been chosen in accordance with the tradition of “Hidur Mitzvah” or the beautification of the Commandment. Please see our section for matching knives and prices. Does not include Knife