Collection of The Jewish Museum, New York

This Seder plate was the cover photo for The Women's Seder Sourcebook: Rituals and Readings for Use at the Passover Seder. 

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The Jewish Museum in New York, NY included my seder plate from their permanent collection in their 2010-2011 calendar. 




While this seder plate is owned by The Jewish Museum two other seder plates from the same series are available for purchase or exhibition. (CLICK on the images of the Seder Plates below for more information. )

Seder plate window frames constructed using pre-printed steel from vintage steel doll houses . Window scenes constructed using recycled tin containers. Window panes are removable Plexiglas designed for utilitarian use. Sterling silver rivets, brass and steel screws. 

DIMENSIONS for A Woman Belongs On the Bimah As Much As an Orange Belongs On a Seder Plate:
2" height x 8.88" width x 18.75" length

Photo Credit: Philip Cohen.