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16”x16” matazah cover with three sleeves. Hand embroidered inspired by the Israel Museum Collection.
10.5”x10.5” ceramic matzah plate with brown and gold crackle center with green and brown edge. “Matzah” writen in Hebrew in center” Made in Israel.
11.75” diameter pewter and glass seder plate. Attached raised pewter bowls with plastic liners, each place setting labeled in Hebrew. “Pesach” in center.
Charoset Dish With Lid And Plate 4” charoset bowl on matching 7.5” tray . Blue tulip design. “Charoset” written in Hebrew on metal plaque. Comes with metal spoon.
12" X 12" Tray Square - Blue Tulip design. “Matzah” written in Hebrew in center.
13" Seder Plate Round Blue Tulip design Each item is labeled with small metal plaque in Hebrew.
9.75” x9.75 ceramic matzah plate with blue and patina finish. “Matzah” written in Hebrew in center.
12” seder plate with six 3.5” bowls. Both bowl and plate have each place item etched in Hebrew with “Pesach” in center of plate. Each piece will have its own unique finish.
Passover is celebrated at the table with ritual words and food; this serious new collection does justice to both. And as Amster, a regular contributor to the New York Times food pages, points out, there's another tradition associated with Passover.
Cantor Deborah Katchko-Gray is a fourth generation cantor and pioneer woman cantor. She is the second female cantor to serve a traditional conservative congregation. In l982 she founded the Women Cantors' Network as a way to connect with other women cantors.