12 Beautiful Seder Plates for Passover

Whether you are hosting your first seder or are looking for something new, we found a seder plate for every style.

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March 09, 2023

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Every spring Jewish people from around the world gather to celebrate Passover, celebrating the exodus from slavery in Egypt. The eight day holiday begins with a seder, a dinner where family and friends gather to read the Haggadah, which tells the story of Passover. At the center of the table is a Seder Plate, a special plate with compartments for symbolic foods that help tell the story. You’ll most often find five or six things on the plate: Karpas, a green vegetable, often parsley representing spring, charoset, a mix of apples, wine, nuts and cinnamon to symbolize the mortar slaves used to use to construct buildings for Pharoh. You’ll also find maror, a bitter herb, often horseradish for bitter slavery, and some people will add a second “bitter” vegetable, most often lettuce. A roasted lamb shankbone is placed to represent the sacrificial offering, and a hardboiled egg for the cycle of life.

The Passover seder plate isn’t just highly symbolic —it can also be a beautiful centerpiece that often becomes a family heirloom.

Whether you are hosting your first seder or are looking for something new, here are nine beautiful seder plates for every style.

This classic, minimalist seder plate is one that will never go out of style and can be passed down from generation to generation. The plate is made of glazed porcelain with a 24-carat gold detailing and removable cups for each of the seder plate items. It looks delicate yet is completely dishwasher safe.

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If you are looking for something simple and modern, this bamboo seder plate with ceramic bowls for each of the symbolic foods is ideal. Each bowl has a hand-drawn illustration, so you can confidently display what should go in each. The words Seder Passover Plate, in Hebrew, are laser-etched in the middle.

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Pomegranates have always been symbolic for the Jewish people and even show up on the Seder plate in some Sephardic (traditionally ancestors of Iberian peninsula) Jewish homes. Made in Israel, this colorful, hand designed plate is the perfect artistic centerpiece.

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This stainless steel and nickel plated seder plate from Michael Aram is a simply beautiful centerpiece with a blossoming tree of life as the focal point. It will fit in with most Passover tablescapes beautifully.

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This blue marble patterned aluminum seder plate is a great choice, especially for those hosting for the first time with designations for each seder plate item. The glass liners are removable to make for easy cleanup, too.

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For a first seder plate, this one is a winner. It’s simple and classic with a reasonable price point and can fit well into any tablescape. Pastel divots house the seder plate items with a blue and white design on the rest of the plate with the Hebrew word Pesach for Passover.

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For a more traditional Seder plate, check out this blue and white fine porcelain Seder plate. Although it looks delicate, this plate is actually dishwasher, microwave and freezer safe. Designations for each item and a Jewish star in the middle, this plate will impress everyone from your grandma to your niece.

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Artist Jordana Klein created this beautiful tempered glass seder plate with original artwork of the parting red sea and the names of the symbolic seder items around the edges. The tray is beautiful and subtle enough to stand on its own without the holiday, but sets the stage for a gorgeous holiday dinner table.

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Add brightness to the center of your table with this stunning glass seder plate. Opaque glass with gold lettering is rimmed by a beautiful striped ombre rainbow design around the edge of the plate.

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Add a pop of color to your Passover table with this white porcelain seder plate with vibrant colored bowls with both English and Hebrew writing. It’s the perfect modern addition to any seder setting.

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This stunning seder plate is like a piece of art for your table. Handcrafted in New England, the wrought iron base with copper brushed bowls forms a Star of David in the middle when placed in a circular form on the table. It’s a truly one-of-a-kind modular seder plate.

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This neutral-toned seder plate is a cool piece for any Passover table. Simple yet stylish, it’s made of glossy porcelain with gold accents and is perfect for anyone hosting. Plus, it’s top shelf dishwasher safe.

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