Copyright 1992 by Avi Biran

The Seder plate, customized specifically for king Juan Carrlos the second of Spain, celebrated the occasion of the 500th anniversary & recomciliation of the expulsion of Spanish Jewry in 1492. Due to the fact that the plate was designed as a symbol of historical recomciliation between the Spanish and Jewish communities, certain motifs manifest themselves. Firstly, the Spanish armada composed of 6 sail boats are placed on the Star of David. Farther, the Star of David metamorphasizes into a fascinating desighn composed of arrows arranged in 3 layers for the Matzot, symbolizing the expulsion of the Spanish Jews from Spain. The sails of the boats are shaped into a single pomegranite fruit and the Spanish crown. The sails can open into a flower shape, thus revealing all the traditional components of the Seder plate.

Sterling Silver, Copper

18" x 18" x 22"


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