Well-known Judaica artist Adi Sidler brings a new look to traditional Judaica items with geometrically shaped laser-cut anodized aluminum. This brightly colored turquoise matzah holder has slots to hold the matzah. It stands on the table neat and attractive, enabling everyone to comfortably help themselves to the matzah. The word “mazzah” is written on the side in cursive .
Why is the Festival is called Pessach? Pessach means “to pass over” referring to the night of the last of the ten plagues when G-d killed all the firstborn sons of the Egyptians, passing over the Jewish homes. We call the Festival “Pessach” - an expression of gratitude, recalling G-d’s kindness to His people.