White and Gold Porcelain Seder Plate with 1769 German Design
Brand: Israel Museum
This white porcelain Seder Plate is decorated in the centre with the Egyptian cities of Pithom and Ramses and has Hebrew text running along its outer rim.
This handsome porcelain Seder Plate features a view of the Egyptian cities of Pithom and Ramses in the center that are labeled in Hebrew and sit above a floral pattern that surrounds the word “Passover” that appears in a Hebrew font. The plate has Hebrew text running along the plate’s outer rim that is about the holiday of Passover. The Hebrew text translates as “And you remember the day you left the land of Egypt every day of your life” and “You shall celebrate Passover for seven days”. This item is an a wonderful gift idea for any occasion!
Seder Plates typically feature floral patterns or images of the Exodus. This Seder Plate features an original gold-colored design that was created in Germany on a pewter plate in the year 1769. That plate also depicts the Egyptian cities associated with the slavery of the Egyptians.
This Seder Plate comes with a certificate from the Israel Museum as well as a small pamphlet with background information in Hebrew and English.