Modern Seder Plate - Inspired by Miriam's Tambourine. Acrylic Tray with Hebrew Words Engraved, Brass Cymbals, 6 Glass Bowls | New release - Short term pre sale
Modern Seder Plate - Inspired by Miriam's Tambourine. Acrylic Tray with Hebrew Words Engraved, Brass Cymbals, 6 Glass Bowls | New release - Short term pre sale
Modern Seder Plate - Inspired by Miriam's Tambourine. Acrylic Tray with Hebrew Words Engraved, Brass Cymbals, 6 Glass Bowls | New release - Short term pre sale
Modern Seder Plate - Inspired by Miriam's Tambourine. Acrylic Tray with Hebrew Words Engraved, Brass Cymbals, 6 Glass Bowls | New release - Short term pre sale

Modern Seder Plate - Inspired by Miriam's Tambourine. Acrylic Tray with Hebrew Words Engraved, Brass Cymbals, 6 Glass Bowls | New release - Short term pre sale

Regular price $236.00 Sale price $212.00
This unique and innovative Seder Plate - celebrates women's courage and leadership in the story of exodus. Inspired by Miriam's Tambourine - it recalls the song and dance of Miriam after the miracle of parting the Red Sea. 
Modern and elegant, this acrylic Seder plate has additional brass cymbals, they make a gentle sound when you touch or elevate the Seder Plate. 
The set includes 6 glass bowls. 
Designed in three layers of translucent and grey Acrylic - it has a rich look, it adds a contemporary style to your Passover table.

A gentle geometric pattern is engraved over the top layer, and the Hebrew names of the symbolic food - engraved at the bottom of the translucent grey mid layer -
Together with the third white layers -and the brass cymbals - they create a visual effect that is much more of the sum of its parts.

Materials: 
* Plate - 3 Layers of Acrylic
* Cymbal - Brass.
* Glass bowls - Ready made.
* Brass screws.

Measures:
* Plate - 12''dia.X0.4''h (30cmdia.x1.5h cm) -Made in Israel
* Cymbal - 2.2''dia (5.5 cm) - Made in Israel
* Glass bowls - 8.5cm dia 2cm height. (3.4''dia. 0.8'' height) - ready made



** The actual tone of the Seder Plate may seem a bit different from the pictures, because of the differences in lighting and computer monitors.