Matzah Plates and Covers
Matzah is the food most traditionally associated with the holiday of Passover. While it is eaten throughout the week of Passover, it specifically is used for the Passover Seder meal.
The Matzah is placed in stacks on the table and covered with a special cover or case. One piece, called the "afikomen" is purposefully removed and hidden for the children to find - to be eaten at the very end of the meal.
A Matzah plate or cover can be a meaningful housewarming or wedding gift. Your purchase supports the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia.