Matzah Cover- Seder design


Don’t pass the next Pesach Seder without adorning your festive table with this delicate mappa for Matzot. A Judaica accessory made by an Israeli artist, to make the reading of the Haggadah a time of joy and sharing with the family. This matzah cover consists of a set of embroidery with the central inscription representing the 4 wine cups of the Seder.  Then all around ישראל, כהן, לוי (Levy, Israel and Cohen). This corresponds to the 3 matzot that must be placed in the center of the table when reading the Pesach Haggadah.

  • Dimensions: 43 cm in diameter
  • Material: Satin


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    Matzah Cover- Seder design


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    An essential accessory for the Seder

    The festival of Pesach is without doubt one of the most important in the Jewish calendar. It celebrates the Jewish people’s exit from Egypt and the end of slavery. On this occasion, Jewish families gather to celebrate the Seder and tell the Haggadah (the story of Pesach).

    To celebrate this event properly, many accessories are required: a Seder tray to place the different elements, a kiddush glass, Pesach dishes, a matzot cover, and a pouch to hide the Afikoman that will be eaten before the Birkat Hamazone.

    The Matzah is the centerpiece of the Seder and is placed at the center of the Seder table. Throughout the Haggadah, guests eat matzah made by hand or machine to respect the prohibition against eating hametz.

    For an even more cheerful Pesach table, choose this elegant matzot cover design. A set of embroidery representing the 4 cups of wine that must be drunk at the Pesach Seder. The names of Cohen (כהן), Israel (ישראל) and Levi (לוי) are also indicated as a reminder of who the 3 matzot placed in the center of the festive table are dedicated to.

    An ideal gift idea for a wedding, engagement, sheva brakot or any other Jewish religious ceremony.


    -43 cm diameter pouch

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