Herend Judaica Masterpiece Seder Plate Oppenheim

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Herend Judaica Masterpiece Seder Plate Oppenheim Blue

Herend Judaica Collection Masterpiece Seder Plates (Assorted Editions) – Decors designed by the founder of Herend Porcelain Manufactory in 1826 – Fisher Mor – Exclusively available at Herend Canada – Eligible for worldwide free shipping.

This masterpiece was inspired by The painting shown on this blue plate is an adaptation of a Seder scene by Moritz Daniel Oppenheim from ca. 1867, well known in Jewish communities. In front of the head of the family dressed in white garb, there is the Seder plate, behind him four bottles of wine to symbolize the four glasses of wine to be consumed during the Seder. In the lower right corner of the picture, there is a pitcher used for ritual hand washing before meals. Beside the bearded men dressed in traditional garments, there are women in fashionable clothes reading the Haggadah, as an implication of the modernization of the Jewish population.

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