Passover 2013 Gift Guide

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Whether you’re hosting your own seder and looking for a new matzah cover, or going to someone else’s and want to bring them a great gift, we’ve come up with our top picks of seder basics and some special items to spruce things up. Enjoy!

Seder Plates

We’re offering dozens of wonderful seder plate options at all price points, but we especially love this classic silver seder plate ($278), this pomegranate themed stainless steel seder plate ($119) and this show-stopping Jerusalem stone seder plate with blue cups and illuminated Hebrew text ($385).

Silver Seder Plate with Floral Pattern and Ovals, $278

Glass and Metal Passover Seder Plate from Shraga Landesman, $104

Pomegranates, Circular Stainless Steel Passover Seder Plate, $119

Jerusalem Stone Seder Plate with Blue Cups and Illuminated Hebrew Text, $385

Matzah Covers

If you can’t invest in a seder plate, a matzah cover is a more affordable but still beautiful and useful gift for yourself or your host. This simple elegant design features olive branches and pomegranates ($35). There’s also dozens by popular Israeli artist Yair Emanuel, including this painted silk cover with red sea imagery ($27) and this raw silk cover with bird applique ($76). If you’re looking for something with a more modern aesthetic, we like this round white cover, with mod-looking lettering ($54).

Pomegranates, Olive Branches, and Hebrew Pesach Matzah Cover, $35

Crossing The Red Sea Matzah Cover Set By Yair Emanuel, $27

Yair Emanuel Silk Matzah Cover Set with Birds on Blue Background, $76

Black and Blue Embroidered Pesach, Matzah, Maror Matzah Cover, $54

Posted on March 8, 2013

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Matzah Plates

Matzah covers are only used at the seders and maybe on Shabbat, but a matzah plate or holder is useful all week. We like this metal and wood holder that has the matzah standing up like record albums ($60). This nickel and wood plate is very classy and charming ($35). We also love this glass matzah plate with gold and blue ($39), and this tin matzah box decorated with pomegranates ($19).