Rite-Lite Judaic 13-1/2-Inch Glass Seder Plate
Rite-Lite Judaic 13-1/2-Inch Glass Seder Plate by Rite-Lite Ltd. at A Delicate Balance Broadway. MPN: PPGL-1. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. The Seder plate, also known known as Seder bowl or Passover Seder plate, is at the center of every Jewish dining-room table during Passover. This is
The Seder plate, also known known as Seder bowl or Passover Seder plate, is at the center of every Jewish dining-room table during Passover. This is the traditional plate on which six types of foods are placed that represent concepts that relate to Pesach and the Exodus.
The Roasted Egg (or “Beitzah”) is a symbol of fertility and springtime. Though it does not have a blessing of its own during the Seder, the festive meal traditionally begins with the eating of hard boiled eggs. The Charoset is a mixture that represents the mortar used by the Israelite slaves as they built Egyptian cities. Every family has its own special recipe for making Charoset, and of course, everyone’s is the best! Jews from different countries use different ingredients, but in many traditions, Charoset is made from chopped apples, nuts, spices, and wine. The Bitter Herb (“Maror”), usually horseradish, symbolizes the bitterness of slavery. During the Seder, the Bitter Herb is often dipped in Charoset to temper its bitterness. The Green Vegetable (“Karpas”), often parsley, is another symbol of Pesach as springtime holiday. During the Seder, the Karpas is dipped into Salt Water, as a symbol of the tears of the Israelite slaves. The Shank Bone (“Zeroa”) symbolizes the Passover sacrifice of the paschal lamb back in the days when the practice of Judaism still involved animal sacrifices. Lettuce (“Chazeret”) is an additional bitter herb.
Features & Highlights
- 13-1/2-inch in diameter glass Seder plate - the center of every Jewish dining room table during Passover.
- Gift boxed. Seder Plates can be some of the most beautiful pieces of Judaica available and are often part of a family tradition that passes from parents to children to grandchildren.
- 6 sections in plate - 1 each for egg, shank bone, lettuce, charoset, parsley, and bitter herbs (written in Engish and Hebrew)
- This glass seder plate is part of the Jacob Rosenthal Judaica Collection
|Manufacturer:||Rite Lite LTD|
|Publisher:||Rite Lite LTD|
|Studio:||Rite Lite LTD|
|Item Weight:||2 pounds|
|Item Size:||14 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Package Weight:||2 pounds|
|Package Size:||14 x 2.2 x 2.2 inches|