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White Porcelain Betrothal Plate with Bohemian Floral Design

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White Porcelain Betrothal Plate with Bohemian Floral Design

This white porcelain plate is a replica of the plates used to mark an engagement in Bohemia in the 19th Century and is decorated with a floral pattern and Hebrew text.

Material Ceramic
Dimensions 11.5cm
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White Porcelain Betrothal Plate with Bohemian Floral Design

This gorgeous white porcelain plate has painted and glazed with a design that comes from 19th Century Bohemia. The plate features the Hebrew phrase “Mazel Tov” in the center in a blue font and is surrounded by a green heart that also serves as the base for a floral pattern that includes red roses and green leaves. The outer edge of the plate features cluster of blue circles and makes this item a perfect addition to any traditional Judaica collection. This item is an excellent engagement gift idea!

The Seudat Qnas was meal eaten to mark the betrothal of a Jewish couple that is known today as a “Vort” in Yiddish. The traditional Seudat Knas also included speeches by the community Rabbi and leadership. At the end of the meal, a plate was broken at the end of the meal to drive away evil spirits. The plate also serves as a way to invoke the legal conditions (Tena’im) associated with formal betrothal. This plate is modeled after a design popular in Germany and Austria.

This plate comes with a certificate from the Israel Museum as well as a small pamphlet with background information in Hebrew and English.

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