Seder plates are traditionally used on the Jewish holiday of Passover to display symbolic foods that are eaten and discussed during the Seder. It is a time to reflect on the Jews' enslavement in Egypt, the plagues that occurred and their redemption. This Seder plate is appropriately named the Tzefardeia Seder plate, or the plague of frogs. The circular glass plate is suspended from six pewter frogs with authentic crystal embellishments. On top of the plate are six removable bowls in the shape of lily pads, to fill with the six designated foods.
Dimensions: H 1.25" Dia 15.25"
Light Antique Silver Plated Pewter, Glass
Made in: USA