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The breaking of a glass during the Jewish wedding ceremony is one of the most celebrated traditions. It can be interpreted in many ways. Some consider the frailty of the non-tempered glass as a symbol of the frailty of human relationships.
9.5”x9.5” glass Matzah plate. “Matzah” written in Hebrew.
13” glass Seder Plate Round- Red & Orange Tulip design. Each item is labeled with small metal plaque in Hebrew.
Aluminum wire mezuzah with shin and multicolored bright beads. Jill Fagin’s sophisticated yet whimsical designs are implemented on a broad range of ritual and ceremonial objects. The mezuzah scroll (claf) slides into glass. Glass does not come out.
Challah Plate, green crackle with pomegranate design on the side, rectangular on feet
Eco-friendly two sided Tzedakah box. Tile on wood and grout . Each peace is unique and can be personalized with a name in Hebrew & English for an additional $15.
6” multicolored hand dipped candles.