Paper Cut Glass Seder Plate
The Passover Seder Plate presents foods eaten or described in the Passover Seder. Each of the foods is named in Hebrew, unified by the lace-like paper cut, and encircled by water-colored flowers. Surrounding the center circle, which is for Maror, or bitter herbs, are the Hebrew words for the traditional “Order” of the Seder, sung at each interval. For protection, this hand-painted paper cut is set between 2 sheets of tempered glass.
Materials: Hand paper cut set between 2 sheets of tempered glass; metal feet
Size: 14″ diam x 1″
Meet the Artist: Noa
American-born Noa made Aliya to Israel as a small child. Her works are inspired by the holy city of Jerusalem. Noa's paper-cuts are handmade and are created with a unique and specialized technique.Learn More