A new design by CJ Art, this modern seder plate is suitable as a matza plate as well. Simply place the matza between the two layers of the metal. Measures 13" in diameter and comes with glass dishes, making it easy to clean.
Architecturally inspired, this hefty Seder plate hoists your Passover foods high into the air along with a stack of matzah. Topped with a glass pyramid with steel waves splashing against it and embellished with a laser-cut Jerusalem scene.
This beautiful Seder Plate is made entirely out of sandblasted glass is designed by Tamara Baskin. The 12 Tribes Seder Plate has different colored squares surrounding the border of the plate, representing each of the 12 tribes of Israel. Each piece is handmade and signed by artist.
Tamara Baskin’s Rainbow Mosaic Seder Plate is made from multicolored glass on an arched blue base. Each piece is hand cut and assembled, fired, and slumped in their studio. No two are exactly alike and are signed by the artist.
Marilyn Davidson’s stunning Tree of Life Seder Plate artfully embodies the joy and celebration of the Passover Seder in lustrous Nambé alloy. Six dishes await the Passover foods, arranged in a free-spirited tree of life design that brims over with meaning, optimism, and gratitude. Perfect in tarnish-resistant Nambé Alloy, with the luster of silver and the solidity of iron. A beloved treasure for any family, and a heartfelt gift for new families.
This beautifully colorful Jerusalem Pottery Seder Plate has a floral motif throughout the plate as well as on the removable dishes. Each dish contains the Hebrew and English word for the food item. This ceramic seder plate is created in Israel with the classic Jerusalem Pottery design.
The minimalist Moon Seder plate, designed by Israeli artist Laura Cowan, is made from polished aluminum. The six words representing the symbols - Shank bone, Egg, the Bitter Herbs, Charoset, Hazeret and Karpas are engraved in Hebrew in the center of the plate.
This unique and modern vertical seder plate by Gary Rosenthal defies the traditional design of a flat seder plate. Gary's famous copper, steel, and glass design is demonstrated here and removable copper dishes for each of the seder plate's six food items.
This seder plate features a bright orange in its center, which symbolizes the fruitfulness of all types of Jews. This stained glass piece by Susan Fullenbaum includes a set of glass dishes for each of the items placed on the seder plate.