Christian Merchandise
Jewish Merchandise
Israel Merchandise
Gary Rosenthal Collection
Dead Sea Cosmetic Products
Jerusalem Art
Gifts from Israel
Privacy Statement
Links Share
Holy land Yellow pages
Inspirational Wristbands
YouTube - ISRAEL
Messianic Gifts from Israel

Gary Rosenthal Wedding Seder Plate with broken glass tube 19" X 9.5"
Gary Rosenthal Wedding Seder Plate with broken glass tube 19" X 9.5"Gary Rosenthal Wedding Seder Plate with broken glass tube 19" X 9.5"
Gary Rosenthal Wedding Seder Plate with broken glass tube 19" X 9.5"
Item#: SP19W
Availability: Usually ships in 5-7 business days.

Product Description
Passover: The Love Story

Most Jewish people are familiar with the basic story of Passover and the Exodus. The Jews spent generations as slaves in Egypt, eventually to be led out by Moses. They lived in the desert for 40 years before finally settling in Eretz Yisrael. Passover, or Pesach, commemorates the Hebrews’ quick departure from Egypt.

But it's the hidden story behind Passover that inspired Gary Rosenthal's newest piece - the Wedding Seder Plate - fusing a story of love with one of survival

During their time in Egypt, life was tough. The idea of having children and bringing them into such a life was disheartening. The Jewish men were focused on survival. Exhausted after working all day as slaves, they had little energy left for their wives, let alone the possibility of having children. So the women polished copper into beautiful mirrors and artisitc ornaments, which they wore to entice their husbands - and it worked! The Torah tells us to be "fruitful and multiply," and there is great merit in having children against all odds. Moses honored the women by having their copper items used in making the original Mishkan - the portable, collapsible Temple that moved with the Jews from place to place in the desert following the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai. Some say the women’s creativity and determination saved the Jews’ future…

In the Jewish wedding, the groom breaks the glass as a reminder that our joy is not complete. This Gary Rosenthal Wedding Seder Plate includes a special container to preserve the broken wedding glass- to serve as a reminder of your own simcha and the power of love.

The same Seder plate without the wedding glass tube
Product Description
The Seder Plate That Tells A Story The fact that Passover marks the Jews’ miraculous exodus from Egypt is well known throughout the Jewish community. But, did you know the Torah commandment of having a Pesach Seder revolves around the actual telling of the Passover story?

From Slavery to Exodus In ancient Egypt, more than three thousand years ago, King Pharaoh ruled the Jewish people into a life of slavery. Moses led the Israelites to liberation. In their rush to escape, a miracle happened. The waves of the Red Sea parted to let the Israelites cross to the other side. As they looked back, they saw the sea close and the waves sweep away the Pharaoh’s army, marking their way to freedom. In the background, they saw the pyramid get smaller and smaller. Inspired to help convey that astounding story, artist Gary Rosenthal combines his passion and talent for art with the rich, deep-rooted history of the Jewish people. This special Seder plate tells the story. Exquisitely welded metal represents Moses parting the Red Sea to lead the Israelites away from slavery and toward a life of freedom. The pyramid design reminds helps us envision the actual pyramid the Jews saw when they looked back. By placing this Seder plate on your table, the Passover story comes alive for everyone seated at the table.

Availability: Usually ships in 5-7 business days.