Seder Plate with Raised Enameled Symbolic Foods
This Seder plate is made with clear glass, pewter and deeply colored enamel to create the pristine white color. Along the edges are gold filigree designs with little flowers and authentic crystals in the center. The Hebrew word Pesach is written in the center and the plate comes with 6 removable bowls.
The Seder plate is traditionally used on the Jewish holiday of Passover to display designated foods that are eaten and discussed during the Seder. Representing the foods, an image of each symbolic item is hand-painted around the center. These foods, such as the bitter herbs and charoset, represent the bitterness of the slavery in Egypt, and also the redemption with the egg and shank bone.
Dimensions: H 1" Dianeter 13"
24ct Gold Plated Pewter, Hand-Painted, Glass
Made in USA