Our Haggadah Seder Plate, designed by the Dov Abramson Studio in Jerusalem, is inspired by ancient Mesopotamian incantation bowls. With a very modern, childlike quality, the plate is hand silk sceen printed with great detail and echoes with scenes from the Haggadah. It is certain to be a point of discussion at your table. Children at the table are sure to ask questions based on the plate. One of the principles of the Seder is to pique children's curiosity
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.
31 cm can be placed in dishwasher