The Tesori (treasures) Collection features the charm of an old world design in modern interpretation. The seven species motif includes grapes, olives, wheat, barley, figs, dates (to make honey) and pomegranates. The seven species symbolize the abundance of the Land of Israel in biblical times. An Italian porcelain seder plate crafted in the second half of the 19th century, in the collection of the Jewish Museum, New York, inspired this collection. Items sold individually.
The seder plate features wells to hold each of the symbolic food for the Passover seder. Each well is labeled in both Hebrew and English with the name of the food it is to hold. The Hebrew word Pesach, meaning Passover is written in the center. New bone china. 13" round.
The Hebrew word for matzah is written on the matzah plate. New bone china. 11.75"w x 9.75"t.
The attractive pot comes with a wood dipper and a ceramic spoon. Great for haroset on Passover. Made of new bone china. 5.25"t x 4"w.
Bowl is 6.5" square x 2.25" tall - click on item to see image and full description.
Matzah Cover is 13.25" square, embroidery on silk - click on item to see image and full description.