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Bread Plates are a perfect wedding gift that is used by couples for years to come. A practical gift, the Bread Plate and tray is used twice or more every shabbat and expresses a lovely gesture to a new jewish couple and jewish home for a gift anytime. Our Bread Plate selection is the latest designs in beautiful styles with our price guarantee.
Bread Plates can be used as a display piece in your breakfront and our custom engraved stone trays act as plaque that can be displayed in a living room on a stand and a beautiful presentation piece weather you're a Shabbat guest to your host to a recognition award. A practical and traditional Jewish gift for all ages and all genres. Most shabbat plates are made in wood and ceramic while spectacular designs now exist in marble Jerusalem stone.
We now carry an exclusive Jerusalem stone board that can be custom engraved to be fully personalized with your own text and image. Click hereto begin customizing your Jerusalem Stone art centerpiece.
Newly arrived we now carry the Shabbat Cutting board that turns into a bread basket within the same board! Click hereto order.
When one thinks of a bread plate, it does not sound all that interesting. But once you start to view our incredible selection, you realise that not only is the bread something special but the plate on which it sits is amazing. These plates are a combination of cutting board and serving dish. The idea is that the person who blesses the bread then cuts it and hands it around on the bread tray to all the people who are at the meal. According to tradition, this is done after washing and blessing the washing of the hands and all in attendance must remain silent until they hear the blessing on the bread and eat some themselves. That elevates the importance of the modest bread plate to something holy. Anything that keeps a table full of guests silent is important!
Our bread plates come in decorated or simple glass. We also have silver and silver plated trays as well as more traditional wooden once. I like the trays that catch the bread crumbs. When the tray is being handed around, it can get pretty messy.