Our singular and uniqe in concept Seder Plate, designed by the Dov Abramson Studio Jerusaem, is inspired by ancient Mesopotamian incantation bowls. Yet it has a very modern feel. While it has a childlike quality, the plate on observation has great depthand echoes sections and tales from the Hagadah. It is certain to be a talking point at your festive table.
The symbolic foods that go on the seder plate are: shank bone (zeroa), egg (beitzah), bitter herbs (maror), vegetable (karpas) and a sweet paste called haroset. Many seder plates also have room for a sixth, hazeret (another form of the bitter herbs). All of them are meant to remind us of the primary theme of Passover: the Jewish people’s transition from slavery to freedom. There is generally only a small, symbolic amount of food on the seder plate, with additional dishes of karpas, maror and haroset set out for people to eat from during the seder.
We have a matching Matzah cover, afikoman bag, hand washing towel and trivet all with the same design. A perfect wedding gift!
31 cm can be placed in dishwasher