Handmade Seder Plate
Worthy of a celebration.
On the lookout for an extra-special Seder plate? We think we’ve found it: This set comes straight from a small studio in Brooklyn, where every piece was wheel-thrown from speckled stoneware clay and finished off with a creamy glaze. The six mini bowls you see are tailor-made to cradle your traditional foods. Oh, and take a closer look, and you’ll find hand-carved Hebrew lettering on each one, too. (Yep...told you this one was special.)
Photography by Ty Mecham & Julia Gartland
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How we'd use this beauty in our own homes.
It's the Jewish New Year, the start of the year 5773: a time for friends, for family, for celebration. And what's a better way to celebrate than to host a fall-inspired feast? Here are our ideas for Rosh Hashanah dinner -- or anytime you feel like celebrating the fall.
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