Apple and Honey Dish
Apple and Honey Dish
Apple and Honey Dish
Apple and Honey Dish
Apple and Honey Dish
Apple and Honey Dish
Apple and Honey Dish
Apple and Honey Dish

Apple and Honey Dish

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I create the most beautiful Rosh Hashanah gifts in my studio in Toronto.

This apple and honey plate symbolizes a sweet Jewish New Year.

I love this Rosh Hashanah Gift that is part of my Judaica collection.

One of my favourite holidays is Rosh Hashanah which is the Jewish New Year. There’s one moment of the celebration in which every Jew wishes a sweet year, a good year to the ones that are sharing that time. The way to wish it is by dipping slices of apples in honey

This One of a Kind Rosh Hashanah Apple and Honey Dish Plate set is both decorative and functional.

It was created by cutting 2 layers of clear glass that were hand painted with enamels. 7 slices of apple in red and green were hand cut and assembled on top of the surface of the plate. The words Shana Tovah in Hebrew were written using 23 karat gold and a caligraphic pen. Yes, I love using those antique elements that gives the piece a special meaning, remembering our ancestors.

Spoon is 4 inches large and made of brass and stainless steel, this elegantly simple serving spoon features a gold- coloured loop handle for handy hanging and elevated entertaining.

The Rosh Hashanah Apple and Honey Dish Plate Set is dishwasher safe.

Dimensions: Dish is 9 inches
Honey pot is 3.5 x 3.5 x 2.5 inches
Honey spoon is 4 inches long

Beauty, simplicity, elegance and functionality are essential components in my designs. In my studio I’m always looking for that special blend of colour and texture that leads me to each piece of art I carefully design.
I treat glass as if it were a human being, by respecting it and not pushing it. This allows me to understand its flow, displacement, behavior, and action up to its most intricate inner part… Its core.
That is why I always say: “Each time a piece leaves my studio I feel a little bit of my soul is going with it”.