Passover is arriving late this year, towards the end of April, so there’s plenty of time to prepare and pick up some essentials. Maybe you’re hosting the Seder for the first time, want to refresh your decor for a more updated look, or you’re looking for a unique wedding gift. We’ve put together stunning items that will add to the Seder tablescape and make for a memorable holiday this spring.
The Seder plate is the most important item on your Passover table, as it contains food that symbolizes the story of the Exodus of the Jews from Egypt.
This blue and green Armenian design with be perfect with a blue flower arrangement on the table. $27.48
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Classic and timeless, this seder plate will match pretty much any tablescape and ratchet up the glam. Retails for $33.24.
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Add a pop of color with this elegant porcelain plate.Retails for $39.95.
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The Matzah plate, as its name suggests, holds the matzahs, kind of like a bread basket.
Another stunning Armenian design with bright, vivid colors. Retails for $46.50.
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This modern matzah holder can also go well with a more traditional tablescape, as it is neutral in color and has a clear cover. Retails for $34.59.
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Another modern matzah plate, with blooming branches, handmade. Give them4-5 days to create it for you. Retails for $66.
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Matzah Plate Cover
It’s customary to cover the matzahs with a special cloth, which typically has a pocket for a part of the matzah. That part later gets hidden somewhere in the house for the children to find.
This classic matzah cover will go with a traditional tablescape and match pretty much any look.Retails for $24.95.
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This multi-colored matzah cover also comes in blue. Retails for $34.87.
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This matzah cover is also in satin and features silver and gold embroidery. Retails for $19.95.
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You can opt for a plain white tablecloth and decorate the table with other items, or select something more colorful or with a design.
This modern pattern comes in five colors. Retails for $26.99.
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This elegant, soil-resistant fabric comes in three colors and doesn’t require ironing. Retails for $15.99.
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Passover is also called the Holiday of Spring so this tablecloth, which features birds and brightly-colored leaves is perfect. Also comes in gray. Retails for $32.99.
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This is a special goblet for Elijah the Prophet who, according to legend, visits each house and drinks wine from his goblet.
A stunning Armenian-like design.Retails for $30.38.
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This unique-looking cup features a drawing of Jerusalem.Retails for $29.99.
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Designed by Jerusalem artist Yair Emanuel, this cup also features Jerusalem and is hand-painted. Retails for $34.05.
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Dish for Saltwater
Some families provide a dish with saltwater for each guest, while others pass around one larger dish for people to dip food into. I typically choose the latter, as it just makes things easier logistically, saves space, and takes much quicker to clean. Some people use a wine glass for dipping or a soup bowl, but I think gravy boats are perfect for saltwater.
You can’t go wrong with the timeless elegance of Lenox. The ivory china is accented with 24-karat gold and is dishwasher-safe.Retails for $48.
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This exquisite glass gravy boat is hand-wash only. Retails for $17.
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Basketweave Gravy Boat
This classic porcelain gravy boat is dishwasher-safe. Retails for $23.99.
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Senior Reviewer Maytal Wichman is a freelance writer and has written for several blogs, including The Huffington Post. She has been living in the New York City area for eighteen years and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature as well as a Law Degree, but blogging is her true passion. Maytal is a stay-at-home mom to three kids (ages 12, 9 and 6) and loves finding great products for her family.