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Susan’s Modern Glass and Floral  Passover Seder Plate

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Susan’s Modern Glass and Floral Passover Seder Plate

8 Comments 14 March 2013

Susan Menash happens to be another favorite person in my life. Her talent is knows no bounds- just check out her  photography website HERE and you will know what I mean. I especially love the pictures of the seniors on her site as there are so many great stories waiting to be told…..

I love her seder plate creation from 2011 as it teaches us that a little imagination goes a long way….

Enjoy! Marlene

“Hi Marlene,

I used 2 rectangular vases from Crate and Barrel but you can choose to use up to a dozen small vases as your base. I had a piece of glass made up  24 inches by 12 inches. (You can use any clear tray or any thick piece of glass ) I filled my vases up with water, orchids, (last longer in water) and topped with my glass seder tray.

I was thinking of putting red or blue tropical fish to symbolize the parting of the Red Sea sea  but I didn’t want to be stuck with the live fish after the seder.

Now that I think of it, I should have given the fish away as Afikoman gifts for my grandchildren.

Susan Menash”

 

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A Fabulous Elegant Seder by Marilyn Harary

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A Fabulous Elegant Seder by Marilyn Harary

No Comments 15 March 2012

If you thought that Passover was over, then think again! The photos are still coming in, please enjoy Marilyn Harary’s timeless seder! Thank you for sharing your holiday with us, Marilyn!

“Hi Marlene ,
It was so much prettier but I didn’t get any close ups  I seated 16 comfortably I had two cloths white with buttercup yellow with matouk linens napkins and place mats.  Gorgous flowers,  and Baruch hashem  a good time was had by all.
We’ll talk menu one day !! Marilyn”

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A Seder Table That Could Split The Sea!

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A Seder Table That Could Split The Sea!

11 Comments 12 March 2012

Dear Hostesses, Enjoy this seder table designed by two talented sisters for Passover 2011:
I’m so impressed with Alexis and Sarah Mizrahi. You can not put a price upon the creativity and energy that went into this table. Give these girls a round of applause for a job well done, and after Passover please call Alexis and Sarah for all of your gourmet flavored popcorn orders!!!  Marlene
“Hi Marlene,
Our Crazy Corn business was closed for Pesach – so we had a lot of extra time on our hands and wanted to surprise our mother with a beautiful table. We made our own hagadahs out of croc embossed leather we found in the fabric store. We had my father reprint the hagadahs we’ve been using in my family for years and covered them in leather and trimmed them with ornate ribbon and tassles. To top it off we had our names printed on them.
We bought some turquoise fabric, and used it as a tablecloth. We had extra leather and used that as the runner and then added another touch of the turquoise with pleated tulle running down the center – it definitely added to the holiday spirit by giving off the aura of the splitting of the sea. We got 4 tall skinny vases and place them along the tulle. As the centerpiece we put a modern white tall cake plate that we used as the ke’ara (seder plate)
To really tie it all together we found this crazy sequined trimming which we made into napkin rings.
We also found these gorgeous gold croc embossed chargers that took the table over the top.
My mother and all of our guests were wowed and really felt as if they were sitting by a kings table!! We’re thinking about switching our professions! lol
We went around the house and found things that we could put the symbolic foods in to complete the look. We put the celery and salt water in martini glasses, the endives in champagne flutes, bitter herbs in vases and the haroset in dessert cups. The guests found it cute, to be dipping into martini glasses, and pulling endives out of champagne flutes!!
We want everyone to know that its really not hard or expensive to set a table like this. we bought everything from save-a-thon (including the vases $5 each and chargers!!) ok, so the Hagadahs took some time, but everything else was done with ease!!
If this is what we can do to an ordinary table, imagine what we can do with popcorn!?!
email us 4 tips and ideas and of course to order Crazy Corn!
Alexis & Sarah Mizrahi”

 

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Get Green for a Fresh and Sophisticated Spring Passover Seder!

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Get Green for a Fresh and Sophisticated Spring Passover Seder!

1 Comment 19 January 2012

Go Green for Passovcer Tabletop!
This year, allow your Passover seder dinner table to usher in a fresh, clean, updated elegant look.
Imbue your table top with sophisticated greens and a modern relaxed touch. Splash on accessories from Oscar De La Renta’s fabulous brand  new table top line. These salt and pepper and bottle stopper fish designs will just bring images of the Red Sea right onto your seder table!
(LOVE them for summer entertaining too!)
I would use several of  the stunning Egyptian inspired  mini green foil square trays to hold marror (bitter herb- we use romaine lettuce), haroset, boiled eggs, the vegetable
(we use endive), . Invert a bowl in the center of  a lucite tray and place a square tray atop for the center shank bone or zeroah to be raised higher than the other seder plate items. Place on a clear lucite tray and voila! You’ve got a brand new seder plate! 
Don’t forget to add some frog napkin rings to symbolize one of  the 10 plagues to adorn your linen napkins…
Now is the time to pull out your best cloths, napkins, china, and placemats. Be bold.
Be daring. Use creativity and  imagination. How are you going to spruce up your table this Passover 2013?

 

3.Jasper Conran At Wedgwood Kilim Accent Plate

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4.Tree Frog Napkin Ringkasaboo.com

7. Juliska Classic Bamboo Charger
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8. Juliska Straw Loop Round Placemat

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Announcing the Winners of The Jewish Hostess Seder Table Contest!!!

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Announcing the Winners of The Jewish Hostess Seder Table Contest!!!

5 Comments 06 May 2011

I just want to start off this post with a huge THANK YOU to all of the Jewish Hostesses that sent in pictures of  their Passover holiday tables. I can’t describe to all of  you how excited I get whenever I get a recipe, an email of encouragement, and especially when you share a bit of  your holiday with me and all of  the Jewish Women  all over the world.

Take a peek at all of the gorgeous Passover Table submission Pics! Click HERE!

The effort and creativity that went into these seder tables are a true inspiration to all Klal Yisrael. You should know that we have many young and newly married Jewish women reading this blog, and many have told me that though they haven’t made their first seder yet, but they have been inspired by all of YOU. Whether you used your finest china, a bento box as a seder plate, or even gorgeous plastic plates from Amazing Savings, it was really about the unique HOLIDAY MEMORIES that you have created, and will be remembered and re-told for generations to come.

The  unique and gorgeous Seder Table pics that you have sent in are  as unique as the beautiful Jewish Hostess behind them.

Originally Josh the florist decided to give $100 worth of flowers to ONE winner…. but we looked at all the submissions and I said, “Josh, how can we just choose ONE, so many were great...” so he agreed to 4 prizes, (which I think was very nice of him- don’t you think?)

Visit Josh and Co. Florist at their brand new location in Brooklyn, at 1965 McDonald Avenue Between Kings Highway and Quentin Road.

Judged by originality, creativity, most Facebook “likes”, most comments and emails sent to me as votes, the winners are:

With the MOST FACEBOOK “LIKES” and the most original idea for a seder plate:

Winner #1:

to receive a $100 gift certificate to JOSH AND CO. FLOWERS:

CLAUDIA BILDIRICI !!!!!!

Truly “out of the box” seder plate!

check out her seder table HERE

Winner #2 :

$50. worth of flowers from Josh and co. to:

Alexis and Sarah Mizrahi who set up their whole seder table as a surpise for their mother!

Check out A Seder Table That Could Split the Sea! Click HERE

Winner #3:

$50. Worth of  Flowers from Josh and Co.

Thank you Sarah Mamiye for sending in your elegant seder!

Her table that looks like a million!   shh… don’t tell anyone that the dishes were from Amazing Savings and vases are from Home Goods!!!!

Click HERE to check it out!!!

Winner #4:

$35 worth of flowers from Josh and Co.

An elegant seder that really gave her family the experience of coming out of Egypt!

Smoke (Victoria bought a smoke machine on Halloween and saved it for her Passover seder!) frogs, and a gorgeous table.

Check out Victoria Arnold’s seder HERE. Thank You Victoria for sending in your seder pics!!!

Winner # 5-

A Jewish Hostess Apron for April Yvonne Adams! Her gorgeous Passover eggs inspired so many

readers!!!  they almost look fake !!! check out her authentic “leaving the desert seder” HERE.


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10 Simple Spring Centerpiece Ideas for an Impressive Passover Seder

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10 Simple Spring Centerpiece Ideas for an Impressive Passover Seder

7 Comments 10 April 2011

Its time to free the creative spirit that has been ignored in the midst of all of our holiday planning. Scrubbing, grating, chopping, boiling (those pots and pans), outfitting, shopping…. can really leave even the most creative Jewish moms to the point of exhaustion. Take it from me, some years I’m lucky just to plop a bunch of tulips from the street corner into a vase just before lighting the holiday candles.
This year will be different!
I’ve searched and clicked all over tons of inspiring websites all around internet town to bring all of my
Jewish Hostesses
10 spring centerpiece ideas for your Seder table. These simple table decor ideas can be transformed into a Passover seder that expresses YOU!
Start planning and gather your materials this week so that your Seder centerpiece wont be a last minute throw-on. Get the kids involved so that you can direct them while you are putting the final touches on your Passover meal.
You can choose to pull out all of your assorted vases and line them up on your table with a simple streamlined color theme of blooms, or you can go out on a limb and create a more intricate design.
Whatever style you choose, just remember that these spring inspired decor ideas adds as much to the memories of the evening as the delicious  meal that you serve your guests.
(image via deutweddings)
1-Silver vases of all sizes capture the glamour of your Passover seder table. Try these fluted vases with a mercury filled base for only $19.99 from  Target , and add your personal touch with the simplest of buds.
2-Looking for a cheap, chic and glamorous DIY project?
Hop on over to  100layercake.com for theit tutorial on how to spray paint your extra mason jars
for a vibrant new look on your  Passover seder table.
3-Go through your storage closets and pull out stored wedding gifts that you haven’t used in years.
You’d be surprised at the gorgeous display you can create by lining up assorted bud vases and filling them all
in the same color scheme.
(image via 100layercake.com)
4-Inspired by the Elizabeth and Anne blog, use assorted jars and containers, buy a rustic burlap, or for a more elegant look find a dressier  metallic or floral fabric, tie with a matching cord or fancy ribbon, and scatter on your seder table.
images via Social Couture and jjdesigns
5-Use fruit cups or glasses, An ice cream dish, a champagne bowl, or a martini glass that are on pedestals , fill with clear or white pepples. You can also find vase filler HERE, top with a single flower or two,  and disperse among your platters.
6-Your guest will really enjoy their four cups of wine while enjoying the view. Make a fruit  topiary using regal grapes as the star of the show.
The timeless Preston Bailey shows you how to do it right here on his blog.
7-Fabric wrapped containers will steal the show. Use vibrant papers and flowers and go beyond the  expected. DIY  instructions HERE.
8-This terra cotta centerpiece tutorial from Real Simple magazine will give a breezy rustic aura to you holiday dinner.
9-Spring is here, and there is no prettier way to show it with an eco-inspired pink and green vegan centepiece .
Check out Epicurious.com for their down to earth DIY how-to.
10- I actually saved the prettiest for last!
This unexpected burst of spirited colors will keep your guests family and guests in a cheery mood the whole entire seder! I’ve been having a color obsession with these eye-popping brights. If you are too, then run on over to your local florist and buy:
10 red, white and pink anemones
5 mini daffodils
8 orange, red, and white ranunculus (better if blown open)
Ranunculus greens and buds
English daisies in pink and white (cut from 2 plants)
and click HERE for a simple tutorial.
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Sparkling Blue Table Decor for Your Passover Seder

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Sparkling Blue Table Decor for Your Passover Seder

6 Comments 08 April 2011

 

 

 

Sparkling Blue Table Decor for Your  Passover Seder !

The story of Passover occurred thousands of years ago, but that doesn’t mean your Seder table needs to look like it took place in Ancient Egypt. This holiday, let’s take a cue from one of the most trendsetting designers of all time, David Hicks.

“My greatest contribution as an interior designer has been to show people how to use bold color mixtures,

how to use pattern … and how to mix old with new.”-David Hicks

Adding bright colorful and eye-catching elements to your Seder table will add excitement to your lavish spread and transcend your Passover seder into modernity. Give a nod to David Hicks who always embraced crisp, bold pattern and bright hues making your banquet one that even King Pharoah would say YES to!

1- Passover Seder Plate $255

2- Fanny goblets William Yeoward Bloomingdales $85

3- Black charger plate $2

4- Turquoise Greek key placesetting Jonathan Adler 4 piece placesetting $50

5- Carnaby hazard vase Jonathan Adler $68

6- Wright 5 piece place setting dishes by Crate and Barrel $36.95

7- Passover Haggadahs $76.50

8- Aquamarine Moser bowl

9- Kim Seybert napkin ring 4 for $80.

10-Oslo tiles placemat Jonathan Adler $18

by Elizabeth Braha,

Simple Dwellings LLC.


 

 

 

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Heather’s Vegan Seder Plate

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Heather’s Vegan Seder Plate

No Comments 01 April 2011

Thank you Heather Nyack for your seder Pictures!
“We opted this year to move the table into the living room, as two of our guests are pregnant: Rachel Wedel Cruse, is 39 weeks, and my daughter Ashlianna Nyack, is 24 weeks with twins, and have the seder table between two couches, so the ladies could recline on the comfy couch. It made… for a much more relaxed seder not just for them, but for everyone. We also use the avacado pit option on the seder plate, instead of the lamb shank, as we are mostly vegetarian, and working towards becoming vegan. We have kids who cannot eat eggs — we let them have Kosher chocolate eggs for that portion of the seder. Finding ones that work for all the kosher/vegan/allergen issues though can be tough!”

 

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Leigh Klein’s Passover Seder Inspiration

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Leigh Klein’s Passover Seder Inspiration

4 Comments 01 April 2011

“Dear Marlene,
Here are pictures of our table. We have several children who attend and to keep them engaged and make things “fun” I include lots of props such as the 10 plague finger puppets (the adults usually fight over these) the 4 question finger puppets (one adult guest never took his off!) and frogs…lots and lots of frogs. I hide them everywhere and about half way through Seder they start flying. I found some little rubber frogs last fall and put them away for Seder, I folded them into all of the napkins as a little surprise!

Loving your Facebook Page and blog! They’ve been so helpful! Leigh Klein”

Leigh Klein

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Seder in Style

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Seder in Style

4 Comments 30 March 2011

There is perhaps no more traditionally Jewish night than Seder night, and there is no reason that your Seder table has to be as stale as the Matzah you are serving!

These modern takes on the traditional Seder plate will add that Dash Of Panache to your traditional Seder.

Here are our picks for best  modern Seder plates of 2011:

1.Elegant Ceramic Seder plate engraved by hand, this Bernardaud “Louvre Judaica” Seder Plate is the perfect Passover gift for your favorite Jewish Hostess.  At Bloomingdales $220.

 


2. This contemporary  sterling silver seder plate is a stunning piece. Famed designer LellaVignelli brings her strong architectural vision to a limited collection of Judaica commissioned by The Jewish Museum. Of course its my favorite one and at $1875.00 its the most expensive!!!

3. This Spode designed seder plate is based on historic Judaic manuscripts from the 1880’s, influenced by early ceramic tile motifs,and features the traditional Judaic colors of blue and white. $103.00 available HERE.

4. A celebration of spring’s arrival, this handcrafted seder plate by American artist Melanie Dankowitz is lasercut from stainless steel. This is my second choice for prettiest seder plate, much more affordable at $254, HERE.

5. Laura Cowan makes a line of Judaica that is space-age minimalist.  We love it.  This seder plate design is inspired by the craters on the moon’s surface and is crafted out of polished aluminum. $199.00 available HERE.

6. Designer Ann Morhauser created this elegantseder plate featuring 24kt gold lettering and trim on a glass platter. $225 available HERE.


7. Designer Jonathan Adler brings us this modern seder plate for Passover.   The seder plate is crafted in glazed porcelain with real gold accents and is sure to be smashing on your holiday table. $150.00 available HERE.

8. Designer Michael Aram created this seder plate inspired by the form of pomegranates, a symbol of eternity, fertility, and plenty.  It is an age old image which crosses cultures and transcends time and one of the seven species of Israel.  Weaving modern thought with tradition, Aram included seven spaces rather than six, so the seder plate can hold both the six symbolic seder foods and an orange, which honors the contributions of women. $225.00 Available HERE.

9. The designers at Israel Giftware Designs is affordable and and chic. $29.99 available at Amazon.com

 

 

10. This artfully designed porcelain Seder plate has the elegance of a Michael Aram’s style and the price of
Crate and Barrel at $85.
The Secret Trick to Boiling Gorgeous Eggs for an Elegant Seder Plate

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The Secret Trick to Boiling Gorgeous Eggs for an Elegant Seder Plate

11 Comments 27 March 2011

Even though the hard boiled or roasted egg that is placed on the Passover seder plate is symbolic of mourning and destruction of the Beit Hamikdash in Jerusalem, Jewish Hostesses worldwide can still beautify their seder plates by using this unique idea from Apartment Therapy.  Create your own unique Passover seder patterns that may even impress Eliyahu Hanavi!

Recipe and photos via  thekitchn. 

Huevos Haminados
Makes 12 eggs

all measurements are approximate
Onion skins
2 tablespoons peppercorns
2 tablespoons salt
4 tablespoons of white vinegar (or 2 glugs, as Sierra says)
4 tablespoons olive or vegetable oil
1 dozen eggs
pretty leaves, such as parsley or cilantro (optional)
clean pantyhose (optional)

You begin by asking your grocer for as many discarded brown onion skins they can give you. For a dozen eggs, we used about 8 cups, although it’s recommended that you have twice that for the best color, particularly if you are slow-cooking them. If the onion skins are dirty, wash them before proceeding.

Fill a large soup pot with the skins, cover with water, and bring it to a boil. You should see the color of the water change to medium brown. Then add the peppercorns, salt, and white vinegar. Turn down the heat to a simmer.

Gently lower the eggs in the water, making sure they are completely covered, and add more water if necessary. Cover the surface of the water with the oil, and then cover the pot with a lid. Let simmer, covered, until the eggs are a rich mahogany color – about an hour.

Cooked this way, the eggs have just the slightest flavor of onions, and are similar to hardboiled eggs. If you want hot eggs on your Sabbath table, you can move the pot to a preheated slow oven (about 225F) after you add the eggs. The longer cooking time will increase the onion flavor, although it will still be delicate.
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Before adding the eggs, you can press a decorative leaf such as parsley, cilantro, or even a leaf from your garden to the outside. Affix the leaf with pantyhose, tied in a tight knot. Just to be safe, we would refrain from cooking these pantyhose clad eggs in the oven.

The longer you cook the eggs, the more likely they are to crack. They’ll have a spiderweb-like pattern on them, similar to Chinese tea eggs and more of the onion flavor.
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The Prettiest Modern Passover Seder Plates and Matzo Holders For Your Holiday Table

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The Prettiest Modern Passover Seder Plates and Matzo Holders For Your Holiday Table

No Comments 18 March 2011

 

 

 

On Passover,  don’t forget that its the little glimmery holiday touches that add to the WOW factor of your table. One of my favorite  Judaica Designers is Laura Cowan who is constantly inspired by the natural beauty of  the land of Israel’s dreamy sea and sky. I recently contacted Laura to asks her about her inspirations, and I was immediately drawn into the way that she was able to translate her passion for outer space into her gorgeous moon inspired Seder Plate featured below.

 I was so impressed to hear that it has been featured  in Bon Appetit and  Epicurious.com. (If you’d really like to be impressed, scroll down to the bottom of the page to see all of the galleries and museum shops that her work is featured in.)

According to Laura, “I had an image of moon craters in my head but I didn’t know how I was going to make this design until I started experimenting with different types of metals, thickness of metal and shapes. Each time I would adjust the type or thickness of the metal, or the size and depth of the indentations until I got a look closest to what I had imagined. Although because the dips are made by hand, each one turns out slightly different.”

When I asked her about the materials that she used, she said  “I chose aluminum because the shapes came out softer than steel but more defined than on brass. Also I love the bright, white, mirror finish that doesn’t tarnish.To make sure it was user friendly I tried out several types of chrane to check that it didn’t leave a stain (it doesn’t!)”

 “Most of my work is about vertical lines – “weightless” rockets and cones shooting up into space.
I knew that for a matzah plate that these motifs wouldn’t work because a plate is of course, horizontal by nature.
I had designer’s block for months until I realized that every time I had been cycling on the “tayelet” (promenade) I had been gazing at the shapes of the yachts on the Mediterranean sea and the fishing boats in Old Jaffa’s harbor. So back in my studio, I curved pieces of highly polished steel to reflect the ocean waves and the sails that glide upon it.
I wanted the piece to look like a piece of sculpture so I used hidden magnets so that the waves can be placed anywhere on the plate.”
I want all of my hostesses to know that these Judaica pieces are even more gorgeous in person, and we recently sold them at a community event.
Dozens of  Laura’s seder plate and napkin holders were purchased so quickly that we had to re-order them on the spot. 
Many women bought two matzo holders so that they could place  each one on each end of their holiday tables.
I asked Laura if she could offer my Jewish  Hostess readers a discount, and if you order ASAP  you can take 5% off the price on the checkout page.
Your discount will be reflected on your credit card statement as her website does not discount out automatically.
Make sure you write 5%Jewish Hostess on the checkout page.
Wishing you a happy and healthy holiday, and send me pics of your beautiful seder tables! email to my photos@thejewishhostess.com.
Matzo Holder $195. – I bought these gorgeous matzo holders as holiday gifts for some special people in my life, and I can’t wait to give it to them!

5% off for Jewish Hostess readers. Just type in 5%JewishHostess- your discount will show up on your credit card statement.

CLICK HERE to purchase.

Rectangle Modern Matzo Holder by Laura Cowan

2- Square Modern Matzo Holder- 11″x 11″ x 13″

Retail $240. 5% off for Jewish Hostess readers.

Just type in 5%JewishHostess at the end of your shopping cart- your discount will show up on your credit card statement.

CLICK HERE to purchase.

 

3- Modern Moon Inspired Seder Plate-$ 240 (includes shipping) A perfect wedding gift as well as a hostess gift. Personalized engraving available.

$240. 5% off for Jewish Hostess readers.

Just type in 5% JewishHostess- your discount will show up on your credit card statement.

 Each Seder Plate is unique and signed by artist Laura Cowan. Engraving optional- the ultimate wedding or hostess gift.

4- WAVE SEDER PLATE-  My favorite piece!

5% off for Jewish Hostess readers.

Just type in 5%JewishHostess at the end of your shopping cart- your discount will show up on your credit card statement.

The six words in Hebrew which represent the symbols on this Silver and Aluminium Wave Seder Plate and Laura’s round seder plates, are hand cut by Laura. Avoiding the use of soldering, all the components of the Pesach Seder Plate are screwed together in a style reminiscent of Bauhaus, affording a clean look, and preserving the smooth finish of the metal.

Material – Anodized Aluminum and/or Silver
Diameter – 25 cm / 9.8 inches
Dishes available in Sterling Silver or Polished Aluminum. Price includes shipping
Price:
With Sterling Silver dishes
$2350
Price:
with Polished Aluminum Dishes
$1300

 

5- LAYER SILVER WAVE SEDER PLATE – an heirloom piece. If you buy this seder plate, please share the beauty on your table, and send a pic to me!

5% off for Jewish Hostess readers.

Just type in 5%JewishHostess at the end of your shopping cart- your discount will show up on your credit card statement.

The Silver Wave Seder Plate beholds an elegant, classic yet modern design. Taking almost a year to complete, it incorporates four unique layers. The top layer consists of a silver platter and 6 silver dishes with three layers underneath for the three Seder matzos. Three matzot are needed so that when we break the middle matzah, we are still left with two whole ones to pronounce the “Hamotzi”. These layers represent the three components of the Jewish nation: Cohen, Levy and Israel. The flowing effect of the six dishes on the silver layer gives the illusion of them floating just above the surface.

Materials – Heavy Gauge Sterling Silver, Anodised Aluminum
Limited edition of 100 numbered pieces.
Diameter: 42 cm/ 16.5 inches. Height 15 cm / 6 inches
Price – $6300 (includes shipping)

Materials – Heavy Gauge Sterling Silver, Anodised Aluminum
Limited edition of 100 numbered pieces.
Diameter: 42 cm/ 16.5 inches. Height 15 cm / 6 inches
Price – $6300 (includes shipping)

Laura Cowan began her career in London after graduating in Silversmithing and Jewellery at London Guildhall University.  She now brings her unique ideas to the field of Judaica, working from her design studio and workshop in Tel Aviv, Israel.

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Spertus Museum Shop610 S. Michigan Ave.Chicago,ILTel 312-322-1768 Audreys Gift ShopThe Skirball Cultural Center2701 N. Sepuveda BlvdLos Angeles CA 90049
Tel 310 440 4522
Gifts at The Jewish Museum1109 Fifth Avenue
New YorkTel +212 423 3202
Judaica Classics by Doina125 E. 85th St New York NY 10028Tel 212 722 4271,
or 212 427 1000 ext 5225
Adath Israel Cincinnati Judaica Shop
3201 East Galbraith Road
Cincinnati
Ohio
Tel: 513 984 3499
CBL459 Pleasant Valley WayWest Orange NJ 07052Tel (973) 736-7776 1-877-861-5578
Jewish Collection Inc.7601 North 11TH StreetPhoenix Arizona 85020Tel 602.312.5722 Kolbo437 Harvard St.Brookline MA 02446Tel (617) 731-8743
POMEGRANATE, INC.2905 W 113th StreetLeawood, KS 66211Tel  913-498-1846 The Aesthetic Sense198 Main StreetMt. Kisco New York 10549Tel: 914 244 4429
BMH-BJ Gift Shop
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Colorado
80224
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San Francisco Contemporary Jewish Museum
736 Mission Street, San Francisco,
CA 94103
Tel: 415.655.7800
Elaine Baker Gallery
608 Banyan Trail
Boca Raton
Florida
Tel: 561.241.3050
Elaine Baker Gallery
The Boca Raton Resort & Club
501 East Camino Real
Boca Raton
Florida
Tel. 561.447.0321
National Museum of American Jewish History
10 S. Independendence Mall East,
Philadelphia
Pennsylvania
Tel: 215 391 4648
Santa Fe Weaving Gallery
124-1/2 Galisteo Street,
Santa Fe,
New Mexico
Tel: 505-982-1737
Temple Beth Am
2632 N E 80th St
Seattle
Washington
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Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas
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Tel: 340.774.4312

 

CANADA

 

Pacific Judaica
275 East 22nd Ave, Vancouver
British Columbia, CANADA V5V-1T8
Tel 604-737-1854
Petroff Gallery
1016 Eglington Ave West Toronto,
Ontario M6C 2C5 Canada
Tel: 416 782 1696 1877 542 3600

 

 

ISRAEL

 

Luvaton Gallery
23 Yoel Salomon St Jerusalem
Tel +972 2 625 7186
Mira
The Cardo
Jerusalem
Rotem
89 Sokolov
Ramat Hasharon
Tel 03 540 8793
Reymond
66 Ben Yehuda St. Tel Aviv
Tel: 03 529 1586
Joi
25 Shabazi
Neve Tzedek
Tel Aviv 65150
Tel 03 516 5715
Sarah’s Tent
56 Alkabetz St.
Tzfat 13200
Tel 04 692 3378
David’s Jewellery
22 King David St
Jerusalem
Tel +972 2 624 6635
Raphaels
94, Ben Yehuda, Tel Aviv
Tel: 03 527 3619
Michael Unique
124 Ahuza St. Raanana,
43450
Tel: 09 740 3654
Bauhaus
99 Dizengoff St.
Tel-Aviv
Tel: 03 522 0249
Chaya
Mamilla
Jerusalem
Tel: 02-5867833/02-6253241

 

 

ENGLAND

 

Aisenthal
11, Ashbourne Parade
Finchley Rd
London
Tel +44 208 455 0501
Lubavitch
4-5 The Square
Hale Barns
WA15 8ST
Cheshire
Tel 0161 980 8511

 

 

ITALY

 

Comunita Ebraica di Firenze
Via L.C. Farini
450121 Firenze
Italy
Tel. +39 055 245252

 

 

AUSTRALIA

 

Jewish Museum of Australia
26 Alma Rd
St. Kilda
Victoria 3182
Tel 613 8534 3600
The Antique Silver Company
253 Carlisle St
Balaclava 3183
Melbourne
Tel: 613 952 58480
Odem
Shop 7, 16-22 Bay Street
Double Bay
NSW 2028
Australia
Tel 612 9328 7477
Matana – Artistic Judaica
Naomi Feldman, Melbourne
For appointments call (613) 90152595


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Claudia’s Bento Box Inspired Passover Seder Plate

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Claudia’s Bento Box Inspired Passover Seder Plate

11 Comments 16 March 2011

I am inspired by so many people in my life, and Claudia Bildirici is one of them. If you bump into Claudia on the streets of Brooklyn, you may be lucky enough to get a creative tabletop tip from her as she runs off to Deal, New Jersey to bake in her Passover kitchen for 3 days so that she can supply the entire Associated supermarket on Avenue P with her delectable Passover desserts. She also owns her own Kosher Biscotti company and I am still waiting for her to pitch her Lottie’s Biscotti (spelt, pistachio, chocolate flavors to name a few….) to Jet Blue airlines to serve instead of their cardboardy, tasteless biscotti . Her crunchy, thinly sliced biscotti can be bought online, in local stores, and  in Macy’s Cellar, New York City. Claudia- thanks for sharing your Passover creativity with all of us! Marlene

“The bambo storage box  was my inspiration. When I saw it at Amazing Savings, the $2. price  tag was an offer too good to refuse. I decided to fill the bento box with tiny plastic boxes that came 12 in a pack. I put 5 small plastic boxes in the bamboo box to hold the egg,  celery, salt water, charoset.and lamb shank. I also added the wine glass, endive and romaine to complete the individualized seder plates.I boiled the egg with onion skins and parsley leaves. Now that the seders are over, I am lucky to have all of these great storage boxes!

Happy Passover! Claudia “

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Allison’s Breathtaking Seder Table

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Allison’s Breathtaking Seder Table

4 Comments 15 March 2011

 

 

This magnificent table setting for a Passover meal just in from Allison Srour!!!

Allison is our first contestant to ENTER to win $100 worth of Shabbat flowers !!!!

Send in your holiday table pics now to marlene (AT) thejewishhostess.com!!!!

A picture is worth a thousand words  so feast your eyes!!!

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10 Ways to Add A Splash Of Color to Your Passover 2012

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10 Ways to Add A Splash Of Color to Your Passover 2012

No Comments 22 January 2011


Chef’n 4-in 1 Cheese Grater Apricot – $17.95

So much cheese, so little time! Designed to meet all your cheese needs, the 4-in-1 Cheese Graters four different grating surfaces and removable base create the cheesiest and yet mess-free dishes ever! *4 grating surfaces: coarse, fine, hard cheeses and zest *Removable base for easy clean up *Secure rubber handle and base *Stainless steel grating surfaces Volume: 6 cups Shop the Complete Collection of Chefn Kitchen Gadgets

Jessie Steele Oven Mitt Green and White Damask – $10.00

Bring a vintage beauty to your baking with the Green and White Damask oven mitt by Jessie Steele. The feminine print is trimmed in green with a loop for hanging. Group with the coordinating apron to complete your look or for a memorable gift. Made from heavy-duty cotton twill. Machine wash. 7″W X 12″H.

 


Gloveables Fashion Kitchen Gloves Pink with Lime Dot and White Bow – $14.00

Give cleaning new meaning with chic and stylish pink Gloveables, dressed up with darling lime dotted ruffles and white bow. Thicker than standard rubber gloves, waterproof Gloveables are tough enough to protect your manicure while cleaning, dish washing and even gardening. Gloveables kitchen gloves are lined to prevent irritation and sweating and are equipped with a handy hang tab. Gloveables is committed to producing high quality, long-lasting products while providing ethical wages and economic stability to the people who help make them. And the price is right as a fresh fun gift idea for teachers, hostesses or thanking anyone who’s given you a “helping hand.” One size fits most.

Jamie Young Sea Glass Hurricane with candle – $173.00

(free shipping!) In a shade of aqua that brings to mind the color of the Caribbean Ocean, this sea glass hurricane by Jamie Young makes a striking accent on a mantle or side table. Sea glass; Includes unscented candle; Not food safe.


Leopold Scented Candles – Designers Guild – $50.00

Leopold Scented Candles – Designers Guild A rich creamy sandalwood fragrance is enhanced with citrus accords and notes of lavender and pine. Burning time 50 hours. Designers Guild offers an ever expanding collection of rugs, cushions, blankets, throws, quilts, towels, bags and home fragrance, offering beautiful design and the very best materials with an extensive colour palette. Established in 1970, this London-based design team upholds its philosophy to combine creativity and innovation with the highest levels of quality.

Passover Afikoman Bag, Pomegranate Silkscreen by Dorit, 9″x12.5″ – $23.99
Retail Price: $33.99
You Save: $10.00
from: Judaica Kingdom LLC


Seven Spices Wooden Passover Seder Plate by Yair Emanuel – $134.99

Yair Emanuel’s beautiful and unique Seder plates are handmade in a variety of techniques including hand painted wood, wood settings and glass. All plates are fully functional, usable and washable. The variety of patterns depicts Jerusalem city views, the Exodus from Egypt, the Seven Species, oriental designs, and additional Jewish motifs. This elegant seder plate is a wonderful way to bring more color to your Pesach table. The plate itself is made of a round piece of hand-painted wood depicting a scene with the Seven Species of the Land of Israel with paintings of pomegranates, wheat, grapes, and the other species circling around the plate with the Hebrew word “Pesach” (Passover) at its center. The plate comes with six small bowls to hold the different ingredients for the seder and they are decorated with the same Seven Species motif. Dimensions: 12.6″ X 2″ * Model: SP-3 * Shipping Weight: 1900gr * Manufactured by: Yair Emanuel
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Who Wants to Win A Gorgeous Seder Plate for Passover?

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Who Wants to Win A Gorgeous Seder Plate for Passover?

No Comments 11 April 2010

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