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The design of this Seder plate reflects the Egyptian pyramids of the original exodus and the angular architecture of the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco (where this was originally exhibited.) Silhouette figures represent the exodus of the Jewish people from ancient times into the 20th century. Seder Plate constructed in 2008 from recycled tin cans, 10k. gold, sterling silver and aluminium rivets; stainless steel and brass screws. This Seder plate was featured in an article by Daniel Belasco in Metalsmith Magazine.
Collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
26"L x 11"W x 4.5"H
Millennium of Pursuit
This is a top view of the Seder Plate constructed in 2010 from post consumer recycled tin cans and vintage steel doll houses. Trivial Pursuit tins were used for the iridescent blue sides. The patterns were inspired by the decorative motifs in the sanctuary and foyer of Congregation Emanu-El. On the top you can see embossed images of the pyramid for haroses, parsley, horseradish root, roasted egg, and shankbone. Click on the image for more close up views.
Commission for the Permanent Collection of Congregation Emanu-El, San Francisco, CA
16 3/4"H x 10 5/8"W x 2 5/8"D
Contemporary Judaica Seder Plates
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