The holiday of Pesach begins with a dinner known as “seder”, as everything that happens is prescribed by tradition and follows an ancient order. One of the crucial elements of the set table is the seder plate with symbolic foods. Over centuries, there have been hundreds of artists creating their own masterpieces of the traditional piece. Made of silver or ceramics, beautifully decorated and covered with Hebrew terms for the symbolic items. Sometimes there were added quotes from the Haggadah (the story of Exodus) or the Torah.
Haggadah is an ancient text read during the Seder dinner on the first (and second outside of Israel) night of Pesach. It’s filled with well-known wisdom and moving passages. The words of Haggadah deeply permeated the fabric of Jewish culture. They are known in every Jewish community, no matter where in the world its roots reach.