Stylish seder plates for Passover
Seder plates have designated spots for a green vegetable or herb, which symbolizes spring, charoset, a sweet apple and walnut mixture which symbolizes the mortar the Jews used to build the pyramids when they were slaves in Eqypt, a roast shank bone to symbolize the sacrifices made at the Second Temple, an egg to symbolize the circle of life, grated horseradish to symbolize the bitterness of slavery, and salt water to symbolize the salty tears of the forefathers when they were slaves in Egypt
Seder plates used to be pretty standard with spots for each food written in hebrew writing, but now there are designer seder plates that pump up the decor factor on your seder table.
Whether you're modern, traditional or transitional there is a seder plate for every style!
Mid-Century Mod seder plate
Great for a younger couple starting their own traditions or for a more contemporary home, the gold sputnik design is unexpectedly glamorous! Jonathan Adler, $150 US.
Traditional artisanal seder plate
This beautifully silver sculpted version is destined to be a future heirloom and adds a sense of hand-crafted whimsy to your seder table. Michael Aram, $259 US.
Traditional and tasteful seder plate
Made of aluminum with gold accents by an Israeli artist, this updated design looks equally at home in traditional or modern dining rooms. Israel's Judaica, $199.99.