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Armenian Ceramic Seder Plate with Eight Piece Design

This unique take on a Seder Plate features a lazy Susan design with the different pieces connecting at the center and a floral design. Each blue and red piece looks like a shell with its wavy edges.

Material Cerámica
Dimensiones 7cm Diameter 14.9x10.3 cm Dishes
Tiempo estimado de ejecución: 2-4 Días Laborales.
El tiempo de procesamiento de su orden es el número estimado de días que le llevará a su orden ser preparada para su envío desde nuestro centro de cumplimiento con sede en Israel.

Armenian Ceramic Seder Plate with Eight Piece Design

This Seder Plate boasts a creative lazy Susan design with features shell-like shaped pieces which connect on the plate with a round bowl at the center which says Pesach in Hebrew. Each piece is hand painted with a blue and red Armenian pattern with a delicate design of red and green Anemones flowers for that extra touch. The inside of each bowl features the words of the traditional Passover food item in bold Hebrew and English. This design arrests the eye immediately for its delicate and eye-catching pattern. Flowers are very significant in Armenian culture and symbolize ongoing inventiveness, ability and openness to languages of form, renewed growth and harmony. The colors of orange, red, yellow, blue and green offer an opulent appearance Blue is known to represent tranquility, spirituality and living beneath the sky while orange stands for creativity and a hard-working nature. Green is a symbol of growth and abundance.

This Seder plate can be used as a decorative ornament and used on Passover with the matching items in the collection to serve guests.


Bring a touch of art, history, culture and Jerusalem to someone's home with this lovely piece.


Note: Armenian ceramics are delicate and should be treated with care. Each piece is individually hand made with the ancient skill of mixing and shaping clay and water and then placing the object in an oven or kiln at a temperature of 1000°C until it hardens. The piece is then beautifully hand painted with metallic and oxidized paint, maintaining a natural color and then placed again in the oven at the same temperature. The finishing touch is one of fine glazing.