Laura Cowan Seder Plate With Moon Craters Design

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Highly polished aluminum

Size: 13" X 13"  /  33 X 33

Your next Passover Seder meal will be out of the world with this extraordinary Seder plate from acclaimed Israeli artist, Laura Cowan. Inspired by the craters that mark the face of the moon, this polished aluminum square plate boasts a circle of six shallow indentations for each of the Seder's symbolic foods with the Hebrew names of each food inscribed next to it. The foods are Beitzah (Egg), Karpas (Vegetable), Chazeret (Bitter vegetable), Charoset (Special mix of wine and fruit), Zroah (Shank bone) and Maror (Bitter herbs). Combining traditional faith and modern design, this Seder plate is a wonderful way to commemorate the miracle of the Exodus from Egypt.

By nature of the creative process, each piece is slightly different meaning your investment will be unique to you. Every piece is signed by the artist.

Known for her unique and jaw-dropping futuristic modern designs, Laura Cowan creates extraordinary pieces inspired by a combination of her Jewish upbringing as well as her long-time fascination with man’s historic mission to land a man on the moon during the Sixties. Producing many pieces of fabulous modern Judaica, this exceptional artist was even contacted by American astronaut Greg Chamitoff who requested to take one of her enchanting designs into space. After receiving clearance from NASA to be sent to space, in May 2008 two of her magnificent pieces were blasted off on the Expedition 17 to the International Space Station. With her captivating, simplistic designs, and bold use of stylish metals and colorful accents to her work, every flawless creation from this tasteful and impressive artist is an outstanding and remarkable work of art from the Holy Land that you will never cease to enjoy!  

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