Passover Afikoman bag
A must-have accessory on the Pesach Seder table: a pouch for the Afikoman. A creation of the Israeli artist Yair Emanuel. Ideal for hiding the piece of matzah that is eaten at the end of the Passover Haggadah.
- Dimensions: 30×32 cm
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A must-have accessory on the Pesach Seder table: an Afikoman bag
The holiday of Pesach is without a 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 tableware, a matzot cover, and a pouch to hide the Afikoman that will be eaten before Birkat Hamazone.
Add some style to your Pesach table with this pouch made by Israeli artist Yair Emanuel. An internationally renowned Judaica professional, he is accustomed to creating bar mitzvah gifts, Shabbat and holiday accessories. He works with different materials and techniques such as embroidery.
This Afikoman pouch is embroidered in blue tones with the Hebrew inscription אפיקומן. An essential Pesach accessory to sublimate your table.