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Passover is the Jewish holiday of freedom from Egyptian bondage, celebrated with the traditional Passover meal (the Seder) and the chanting of the Haggadah. aJudaica offers a plethora of decorative and useful Jewish gifts for the Passover holiday, including Haggadah books, traditional Passover plates, wine cups and Matzoh covers.
Haggadah (12 Items, View All)
Haggadah with English Translation Softcover
Haggadah with English Translation - Softcover
$6.60
Haggadah with English Translation Hardcover
Haggadah with English Translation - Hardcover
$13.10
Haggadah with French Translation Softcover
Haggadah with French Translation - Softcover
$6.60 - $39.30
Small Softcover Haggadah with Spanish Translation
Small Softcover Haggadah with Spanish Translation
$7.90
Haggadah with French Translation Softcover
Haggadah with French Translation - Softcover
$11.80
Illustrated Hebrew Passover Haggadah
Illustrated Hebrew Passover Haggadah
$30.10
Illustrated Hebrew Pocket Haggadah
Illustrated Hebrew Pocket Haggadah
$7.90
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Seder Plates (47 Items, View All)
Round Silver Plated Passover Plate
Round Silver Plated Passover Plate
$22.10
Round Pewter Passover Seder Plate
Round Pewter Passover Seder Plate
$22.30
Round Silver Plated Passover Seder Plate
Round Silver Plated Passover Seder Plate
$27.50
Nickel Passover Seder Plate
Nickel Passover Seder Plate
$35.40
Round Silver Plated Passover Plate on White Crazed Wood Base
Round Silver Plated Passover Plate on White Crazed Wood Base
$36.70
Armenian Ceramic Passover Plate
Armenian Ceramic Passover Plate
$20.30
Floral Rim Passover Seder Plate Silver Plate
Floral Rim Passover Seder Plate - Silver Plate
$35.40
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Matzah Plates and Matzah Trays (31 Items, View All)
Silver Plated Matzah Tray
Silver Plated Matzah Tray
$22.30
Black Exodus Matzah Tray by Shahar Peleg
Black Exodus Matzah Tray by Shahar Peleg
$65.50
Pomegranate Matza Stand by Dorit
Pomegranate Matza Stand by Dorit
$45.90
Arches Matza Stand by Dorit
Arches Matza Stand by Dorit
$41.90
Silver Plated Matzah Tray on White Crazed Wood Base
Silver Plated Matzah Tray on White Crazed Wood Base
$39.30
Pomegranate Matza Stand by Dorit
Pomegranate Matza Stand by Dorit
$49.80
White Exodus Matzah Tray by Shahar Peleg
White Exodus Matzah Tray by Shahar Peleg
$65.50
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Matzah & Afikoman Covers (56 Items, View All)
Passover Matzah Cover by Dorit
Passover Matzah Cover by Dorit
$32.80
Pomegranate Matzah Cover by Dorit
Pomegranate Matzah Cover by Dorit
$32.80
Pomegranate Passover Matzah Cover by Dorit
Pomegranate Passover Matzah Cover by Dorit
$32.80
Classic Afikoman Cover
Classic Afikoman Cover
$9.20
Pesach Matzah Cover with Grape and Wheat Design
Pesach Matzah Cover with Grape and Wheat Design
$11.80
Satin Matzah Cover Exodus Design
Satin Matzah Cover - Exodus Design
$15.70
Satin Matzah Cover Embroidered Leaf Design
Satin Matzah Cover - Embroidered Leaf Design
$15.70
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Kiddush, Elijah and Mirian Cups (30 Items, View All)
Silver Plated Kiddush cup Grapes Design
Silver Plated Kiddush cup - Grapes Design
$23.40
Jerusalem Design Kiddush Cup and Plate
Jerusalem Design Kiddush Cup and Plate
$23.60
Flower design Kiddush Cup and Plate Set
Flower design Kiddush Cup and Plate Set
$23.60
Kiddush Cup with plate
Kiddush Cup with plate
$21.00
Diamond design Kiddush Cup and Plate Set
Diamond design Kiddush Cup and Plate Set
$19.70
Nickel Jerusalem Kiddush cup with tray
Nickel Jerusalem Kiddush cup with tray
$19.70
Pewter Jerusalem Kiddush cup with tray
Pewter Jerusalem Kiddush cup with tray
$19.70
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Passover Articles & Gifts (21 Items, View All)
3 Pack Passover Matchboxes
3-Pack Passover Matchboxes
$4.50
Ma Nishtana Passover Towel by Dorit
Ma Nishtana Passover Towel by Dorit
$13.10
Passover Towel by Dorit
Passover Towel by Dorit
$13.10
Hagadah Coloring Arts and Crafts Book for children Passover Songs
Hagadah Coloring Arts and Crafts Book for children + Passover Songs
$5.20 - $10.50
Passover Songs CD
Passover Songs CD
$7.90
Passover Walnut Nutcracker
Passover Walnut Nutcracker
$13.10
Sefirat HaOmer Counting Magnet
Sefirat Ha'Omer Counting Magnet
$6.60
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Passover gifts and Unique Pesach gifts

Passover is the Jewish festival commemorating the exodus from Egypt. It is celebrated on the fourteenth of the Jewish month of Nissan which falls in spring. In Israel Passover is a seven-day holiday of which the first and last days are full festive days and the remaining five are lesser intermediary days. In the diaspora, Passover is an eight-day holiday.

Passover is one of the three Jewish pilgrimage holidays, or Shalosh Regalim. They were times of pilgrimage to the Holy Temple in Jerusalem when it was still standing. People from all over the country of Israel would travel in order to stand before G-d on these festivals.

All three pilgrimage festivals have agricultural and historical significance. In the case of Passover, it signifies the beginning of the harvest season in Israel. However, more attention is paid to the historical event that it commemorates, that being the exodus from Egypt after centuries of slavery.

What is the source for Passover?

The story of Passover can be found in the book of Exodus in chapters one through fifteen.

What are the religious practices and customs of Passover?

• Eating or owning leavened foods on Passover is forbidden. This commemorates the fact that when the Jewish people left Egypt, they were in such a hurry to leave that the bread they had prepared for the journey didn’t have time to rise. The house is cleaned thoroughly in the weeks leading up to Passover.
• Instead of leavened products, unleavened bread called Matzah is eaten during Passover.
• The Seder

On the first night of Passover (or first two nights for Jews in the Diaspora), a special family meal is held called a Seder. The Seder is the fulfillment of the positive commandment to recall and relay the miracle of the Exodus from Egypt.

The table is festively set. Family and friends gather together to celebrate and a special emphasis is put on inviting the needy. Each participant receives a Haggadah and wineglass. The Haggadah is the specially created text used throughout the Seder and each participant reads from his own Haggadah. The head of the household is appointed to lead the Seder, guiding the participants through the Seder ceremony.

There are many symbolic foods used on the Seder night, each portraying a different aspect of the story. These foods are placed on a special Passover Plate in front of the leader of the Seder. Matzah is placed in a special Matzah cover, with excess Matzah placed on a special Matzah tray. Four cups of wine are drunk by each participant, representing the four expressions of deliverance in the story of Exodus. Arousing the interest of children at the Seder is of central importance. A classic example of this is the Afikoman. The Afikoman is a part of Matzah that is traditionally hidden and must be found by the children participants. The child who finds the Afikoman receives a prize.


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