1 Kiddush set, Emanuel Judaica
Shabbat and holiday meals begin with a blessing over a cup of wine – the Kiddush Cup. Many families have a special glass or goblet specifically for that purpose, often an heirloom that has been passed down through the generations. There is a custom to fill the kiddush cup until it’s overflows because it symbolizes many blessings that will occur not only in the beginning of the week on Saturday night, but every time we make kiddush. That’s why the cup is often accompanied with saucer.
Let this elegant but festive kiddush set be a part of your holidays and be passed for generations in your family
1 Maza plate (fabric), Emanuel Judaica
This raw silk embroidered matza plate with Jerusalem motifs will definitely make your Passover table festive. Decent but elegant silver and blue decoration depicts Jerusalem views. The tray is assembled easily by snapping the corners together. This tray is perfect for any fruit, trinkets, or matza – both for square and round.
1 Afikoman cover, Emanuel Judaica
The embroidered Afikoman cover from Israeli designer Yair Emanuel will be an elegant accessory to your Passover Fest. Views of Jerusalem – houses and buildings – are embroidered with different blue and silver color threads. And word “Afikoman” written in Hebrew is placed in the center.
1 Honey, Yoffi
Pure honey, made of wildflower dew from various areas in Israel – an exhilarating and unique gift in its flavor and beauty, symbolizing the land of milk and honey.
Set of 6 small ceramic bowls, Even Gallery
Its classic form is perfect as a décor accessory or for serving snacks, pickles or even displaying tea candles to adorn your table and create a warm and cozy atmosphere in your dining room.
Please note: Color and design may vary.
1 Charoset, Ptora
Charoset is a sweet, dark-colored paste made of fruits and nuts eaten at the Passover Seder. Nuts, dates, apples, spices, fruit – the recipes vary from country to country and from family to family.
Charoset by Ptora is made from best dates, walnuts, apples, sugar, lemon and a bit of red wine and is one of the most delirious ones you can ever taste. Koser for Passover, produced in Israel Charoset by Ptora will be tasty sweet&spicy part of your fest.
1 Beautiful Mashu Mashu box with a card with your personalized message
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