Passover Matzah set : Matzah tray +Matzah cover + Afikomen bag No.13
A stylish and trendy gift for Passover - a perfect Seder table set: Matzah cover & Afikoman bag with modern metal Matzo tray.
The textile set, together with the geometric sophisticated Matzo tray - create a beautiful centerpiece that decorates your Seder table in a modern Judaica style.
Give your Passover table a new look with modern items that will last for many years, or order it as a gift to your Pessach hostess.
Handmade of linen and hand dyed in shades of blue. Inspired by the Exodus and the miracle of parting the Red Sea - we developed these Shibori wavy patterns, in deep blue. More and more sea like shapes, and aqua are seen as much as you explore this unique textile item.
We've created this 'ShiboriDaica' special collection, to bring the coolest design trends to the Jewish holiday table.
Hand dyed by us at the studio - each item is unique and exclusive - Each Passover set is a ONE OF A KIND modern Judaica piece.
Passover set: Matzo tray +The Afikomen+ The Matzah cover
The matzo tray is Made of lazer cut metal, can be used in its two different faces, straight and upside down, and performs in two slightly different styles.
The Afikomen bag designed as a case with the Hebrew word "אפיקומן" embroidered over it in Navy blue, it holds the Afikomen after you break the mid Matzah into two parts.
The Matzah cover is made of two layers of fine linen, each side has a different Shibori pattern. with the Hebrew word "מצה" embroidered over it in Navy blue.
** Please Note: the Matzah piece is a cover, not a bag
Matzo tray : Metal, white durable food safe color.
Matzah cover: Fine Linen with blue embroidery of Hebrew letters.
Matzo tray: 8''x8''x4.5'' (20x20x11 cm)
Matzah cover - 14.9 " x 14.9" (38X38 cm)
Afikomen Bag - 6" x 10.5" (16x27 cm)
Hand-wash with cold water only.
Handmade in Israel.
** This Product is made of natural materials, in small production series, slight differences may appear in each production.
** The actual tone of blue may seem a bit different from the pictures, because of the differences in lighting and computer monitors.