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Hand painted ceramic Passover Seder plate

Made in my studio in Jerusalem's Old City

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Pesach, or Passover, is a religious feast or holiday in the Jewish calendar, commemorating the exodus of the Jewish people from Egypt, achieving freedom from slavery. The Seder plate is used to serve six symbollic foods to remember the Passover story. Those foods are Zeroah, beitsah, maror, charoset, karpas, and chazeret.

Here is our seder plate, custom designed and hand painted in my studio in the Old city of Jerusalem. The pictures below show the different stages of painting.

Passover Seder plate, hand painted in my studioPlate details:

  • Diameter: 13 inches (33 cm)
  • Price: $260
  • Shipping available to most countries, including US, Canada, Australia, UK, Israel
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Filling in the colors, cobalt blue
Applying the finishing touches


How is Armenian pottery painted? read and watch video about the process.

Markings on old Armenian pottery pieces, made by Karakashian-Balian. How to tell when and who painted a piece of old Armenian pottery.

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