This modern, striking and fresh design, created by artist Idan Vakinin, is sure to brighten up your Seder experience. It integrates English and Hebrew, in a very artistic and seamless fashion while maintaining a sleek and joyous appearance.
I am constantly looking for ways to reinterpret our traditions to make them more relevant to each new generation. Sometimes the more traditional designs are more "expected", but i am willing to take a risk and experiment with new designs from up an coming artists.
More about the Seder plate: 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 - made of grated apples and ground almonds and red sweet wine. 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 also offer a matching matzah cover!
Washing Recommendations: Dishwasher safe.
12 1/4 in.