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Mar 5 2013

Seder Plate Shopping Guide for Passover 2013

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Passover is coming, and you don’t know where to start? If you’re planning on hosting a seder this year and bubbe’s hand me down seder plate just isn’t cutting it, check out our favorite plates for this year. From classic to funky to three dimensional, there’s sure to be something for everyone.

1. Karma Seder Plate ($250) This beauty is elegant and not Passover-specific, which means you can use it for the rest of the year, too.karma seder plate

2. Swirl Seder Plate ($265) This marvel in stainless steel is totally unique, but not so unique that it will scare off the grandparents.

swirl seder plate

3. Wood & Silver Plated Seder Plate ($45) There’s nothing wrong with a classic.

wood and silver plated seder plate

4. Pomegranate Seder Plate ($259) This gorgeous stainless steel plate has seven bowls, with a space for an orange, a modern day custom that symbolizes the inclusion of marginalized Jews.

pomegranate seder plate

5.  Tree of Life Seder Plate ($159) A true centerpiece for the dinner table, this plate adds a whole new dimension to the seder.6. Kid’s Melamine Seder Plate ($9.67) A great way to keep the kids at the table happy is to buy them their own seder plate.

7. Bold Words Seder Plate ($110) Say it loud and say it proud with this colorful seder plate, documenting each item on the plate with bright Hebrew letters.bold words seder plate

8. Peacocks Seder Plate ($159.49) Bring the Exodus to life with this beautifully painted seder plate and matching bowls.

9. Hand Painted Foldable Seder Plate ($133.49) Whether you’re on the go or cramped for space, this foldable seder plate is not only genius, but really pretty to boot.

foldable seder plate10. 3-D Seder Plate with Doors ($149.95) We like to call this the Big Momma of all seder plates. The doors open to reveal three trays, one for each of the three pieces of matzah needed for the seder.

3d seder plate with doors

*By purchasing any of the above items from Amazon and ModernTribe, a portion of the proceeds will help support Kveller, which would make us one very happy not-for-profit website.

 


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