Seder Blues - Standard model
This is my intepretation of a pattern from a carpet page of the Kennicott Bible, one of the greatest examples of medieval Spanish book binding extant. It was illuminated and designed by Joseph Ibn Hayyim and was published in 1476 a mere 16 years before the edict of expulsion. The original was done in Micography, unique to the Jews at that time. Click here to see Ibn Hayyim's version. I altered some of the lines so that I could make them interlace consistently. There are a number of possible color variations, all of which greatly change how this pattern is perceived. This is the Seder set version of this pattern in Cobalt blue.
Standard Seder set: $100
The standard set is 17" in diameter and almost flat. It is not wired to be hung on the wall and instead of Seder minis, the Hebrew is illuminated in gold directly on the platter itself.You may choose either Chazeret (used in the koresh sandwich by some traditons) or Tapuz (orange) for the sixth position. Shipping a piece can take anywhere from a couple of weeks to a month depending on where I am at in my firing schedule and whether I have one of that pattern made already. I ship anywhere in the contiguous US for $20.
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