The crown design on this afikomen cover resonates with the royal theme of the Seder night. Made of Jacquard Fabric , the embroidery is in silver colored threads. “Afikomen” is written in Hebrew letters across the front and the braided edging gives a stylish finish.
The afikomen eaten at the end of the Seder is the piece of matzah that was hidden at the start of the evening. Usually this is spirited away by the children who then bargain for a gift in return for its return. One of the reasons given for hiding the afikomen is because it represents the future redemption which is hidden from us!