The traditional Chad Gadya is sung at the end of the Passover seder, containing deep spiritual meanings. This light hearted rendering will beautify your Passover table.
The Passover Haggadah demands that each person see him or herself as having personally come forth out of Egypt. Accordingly, the seder is one of the most sensory-heavy rituals of the Jewish year. During the seder, we don’t just tell the story of the Exodus, we see, smell, feel, and taste liberation.
Many of the elements of this sensory experience appear on the seder plate (k’arah), which serves as the centerpiece of the seder table. The seder plate traditionally holds five or six items, each of which symbolizes a part (or multiple parts) of the Passover story.
Height: 9.8 inches/25 cm
Width: 27 inches/68.5 cm
Weight 2.5 kg
How it is made?
Formed from cold rolled steel, recycled metal, which has been laser cut, galvanised, spray and hand painted.
Tzuki's work is sold to galleries, museum shops and boutiques all over Israel and around the world.
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