Seder Plate Roundup

February 01, 2018

Seder Plate Roundup

Happy 2018 Pesach!

Elena and Genu

Chagall Seder Plate Set by Bernardaud from The Jewish Museum NY

Add a work of art to your Passover table with this seder plate by Bernardaud featuring Marc Chagall's paintings from stained-glass windows. In 1959, Marc Chagall was commissioned by the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center to create 12 stained-glass windows, which would symbolize the 12 tribes of Israel. The image on this seder plate set is Chagall's dream-like interpretation of the Joseph Tribe. The set includes six white dishes for the symbolic seder foods.  Each dish features the name of the food and an illustration. Gift boxed. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Made in France.

 

Haggadah Seder Plate from www.barbarashawgifts.com

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 silkscreen printed with great detail and echoes with scenes from the Haggadah. It is certain to be a point of discussion at your table.

 

kate spade new York Oak Street Seder Plate with Bowls from www.bedbathandbeyond.com

The gorgeous kate spade new york Oak Street Seder Plate with Bowls brings life to the Passover table. The Hebrew word for Passover is at the center of the plate, surrounded by six colorful bowls for the traditional Seder foods. A perfect wedding gift.

 

Pickard Seder Plate from www.williams-sonoma.com

it’s crafted of glazed porcelain with a hand-painted rim of platinum or 24-karat gold. In accordance with tradition, the main plate displays the Hebrew word Pesach (Passover) inside a Star of David while the six individual dishes are labeled with the symbolic foods of the seder. The set is made by Pickard, an Illinois-based maker of porcelain since 1893.

 

#sederplate from www.leahbella.com

sls nylon, sterling silver 

 

Seder Plate from www.cemment.com

This modern concrete Passover Plate has a minimal design, placing six traditional designated areas for the Passover symbolic food items, in a decorative raised pattern design. The clean architectural form draws attention to the warm and tactile quality of the concrete. The raised resin pattern detail stands in contrast to the matte textural quality of the concrete.

 

Mix It Up Seder Plate by btw ceramics from thejewishmuseum.org

Exclusive to the Jewish Museum Shop is this seder plate, both playful and elegant, designed by Brooke Winfrey of btw ceramics. A mix of complementary, handpainted patterns in blue decorate six porcelain pinch bowls that hold the ceremonial seder foods. The bowls sit on top of a coordinating porcelain platter. The combination of bowls and platter creates a functional set with a minimalist aesthetic that is both modern and approachable.  Each set is handcrafted in Winfrey's Brooklyn studio.