Seder Plate for Passover
Seder Plate for Passover
Seder Plate for Passover
Seder Plate for Passover
Seder Plate for Passover
Seder Plate for Passover
Seder Plate for Passover
Seder Plate for Passover
Seder Plate for Passover
Seder Plate for Passover
Seder Plate for Passover
Seder Plate for Passover
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Seder Plate for Passover

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This unique seder plate for Passover is adorned with a pattern of purple and green glass. It is a marvellous Jewish Wedding Gift for a couple. It is part of my new Judaica collection.

The set includes one tray and six matching serving dishes. The matching dishes feature the 23 karat gold Hebrew names for the ritual seder foods. The Seder plate has 4 brass legs and 4 purple glass gems. With its mix of modern and playful design elements, this piece makes an excellent addition to any table. It is great to place in the centre of the table without using much space.

Dimensions:
Tray: 18" x 4"
Dish liners {Shisselach} 2.75"

Available for personalized engraving, this Seder Plate makes for a remarkable Jewish wedding gift

To join two or more pieces of glass I use a kiln to make the glass molten and to doing two or more pieces of glass. The glasses inside the kiln arrive to a temperature of about 1450 Fahrenheit. As glass heats up, it expands and when it cools down it contracts. The pace at which it expands can be measured. Distinct glass expands and contracts at various rates. When glass is heated, it softens and if more heat is applied, it begins to melt and flow. When heated further, they will melt together, flatten out, and become one solid piece of glass.

Handmade in Canada by Award Winning Artist