14" diameter

Finalist in the international judaica design competition held in celebration of the birthday of Jerusalem, this seder plate's design reflects the theme.

The old city and its walls and gates comprise the border of the plate.
The sky above the city is studded with 3000 alephs as stars and fireworks,
each representing one year in the
history of Jerusalem.
The carved stone base portrays the wall and its gates, the foundation of the old city.

The seder plate and small bowls are made from pewter.
The base and supporting columns are gray soapstone.