Passover matzah tray
This year, celebrate the Pesach Seder with this refined Judaica accessory. A silver dish that will brighten up your holiday table and on which you can place your matzah. A beautiful way to celebrate this Jewish holiday and to read the Haggadah dedicated to the exit of the Hebrew people from Egypt.
- Diameter: 25 cm
- Material: metal
- Made in Israel
Expédié depuis Jérusalem
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Why is Pesach so important to the Jewish people?
Passover, or Pesach in Hebrew, is a holiday in the Jewish religion that commemorates the liberation of the Hebrews from slavery in Egypt.
This religious holiday marks the first and most important event in Jewish history. Passover begins with the 15th and ends with the 21st day of the month of Nisan (March or April). During these seven (or eight) days, all leavening, whether in bread or other mixture, is forbidden, and only unleavened bread, called matzah, may be eaten. The matzah symbolizes both the suffering of the Hebrews during their slavery and the haste with which they left Egypt during the exodus. Passover is also sometimes called the Festival of Unleavened Bread.
As the centerpiece of the Passover Seder, the matzah deserves to be presented in the most beautiful way.