- Softcover Passover Haggadah with English Translation$6.55
- Purple Handmade Ceramic Matzah Plate by Michal Ben Yosef$50.33
- Classic Silver Plated Seder PlateDiameter: 13"$20.10
- Square Matzah Tray$18.21
- Silk Applique Matzah and Afikoman Set, Jerusalem Images - Yair Emanuel$20.83 - $37.86
- Dorit Judaica Pomegranate Matzah CoverSize: 16" x 16"$20.06
- Beige Handmade Ceramic Matzah Plate by Michal Ben Yosef$50.33
- Pesach Haggadah - Softcover, Hebrew Text$3.28
- Turquoise Handmade ceramic Seder Plate by Michal Ben Yosef$120.87
- Hand Embroidered Matzah and Afikoman Set, Pomegranates & Birds - Yair Emanuel$28.22 - $50.38
- Turquoise Handmade Ceramic Matzah Plate by Michal Ben Yosef$50.33
- Pesach Lel Seder Hand Washing Towel Pomegranates – Ma Nishtanah by Dorit Judaica$10.02
- Hand Embroidered Matzah and Afikoman Set, Jerusalem in Red - Yair Emanuel$50.38
- Green Handmade Ceramic Matzah Plate by Michal Ben Yosef$50.33
- Pesach Seder Hand Washing Towel Colorful Pomegranates – by Dorit Judaica$10.02
- Seder Plate Aluminum Multicolored Round Pomegranate Shapes - by Shraga LandesmanDiameter: 14"$130.95
- Laser Cut Matzah Stand by Dorit - Pomegranate Design$42.33
- Embroidered Silk Matzah & Afikoman Cover, Jerusalem in Blue - Yair Emanuel$20.83 - $37.86
- Turquoise and Gold Ceramic Seder Plate by Michal Ben Yosef$120.87
- Hand Painted Silk Matzah & Afikoman Set, Seder - Yair Emanuel$23.45 - $40.48
- Hand Painted Silk Matzah & Afikoman Set, Jerusalem Multicolor - Yair Emanuel$14.28 - $27.38
- Hand Painted Wood Matzah Tray, Couple & Biblical Figures - Yair Emanuel$75.98
- Gold Collection Ceramic Seder Plate by Michal Ben Yosef$120.87
- Hand Painted Silk Matzah & Afikoman Cover, Jerusalem, Blue - Yair Emanuel$14.28 - $27.38
- Pesach Symbols Kitchen Apron - Barbara Shaw$28.82
- Tan Color Handmade ceramic Seder Plate by Michal Ben Yosef$120.87
- Hand Embroidered Matzah and Afikoman Set, Pastoral Scene - Yair Emanuel$50.38
- Matzah Basket with Satin Bows Pesach Images - Barbara ShawChoice of colors$35.11
- Stunning Passover Matzah Cover - Dorit JudaicaSize: 16" x 16"$20.06
- Laser Cut Square Seder Plate Pomegranates - Glass Bowls by Dorit JudaicaSize: 40 x 32 x 5 cm/15.7" x 12.5" x 1.9"$75.57
- Purple Handmade ceramic Seder Plate by Michal Ben Yosef$120.87
- Ma Nishtana Pesach Mug with Matzah Background - Barbara Shaw$16.11
Background to Pesach
Passover, in Hebrew Pesach, is one of the Jewish People’s three major Festivals. It commemorates the Exodus from Egypt, when G-d led the Jewish nation away from Egypt where they had been enslaved for over 200 years. The highlight of the celebration of the Festival is the Seder ritual, when symbolic foods are displayed and eaten together with the Matzah. All present read from the Haggadah, the text that describes the redemption and thanks G-d for His kindnesses.
Shopping at Canaan-Online
At Canaan-Online, you will be able to take care of all your Pesach needs. Whether you stick staunchly to traditional style or prefer a more contemporary design, there is something for every taste and pocket.
Renovate your Seder night experience with a new Seder Plate. Enjoy the visual beauty of superb craftsmanship and innovative designs from Israel’s leading Judaica artists: Dorit Judaica, Shraga Landesman, Michal Ben Yosef, Yair Emanuel and the prestigious Agayof or Laura Cowan.
Matzah and Afikoman Covers
Beautify your Seder table with one of our exquisitely embroidered Matzah or Afikoman covers. Many come as sets, adding a sense of harmony to your table setting. In homes where it is customary for each guest to have his own matzos and covers, you will need more than one set.
Display and serve your matzah on one of our decorative trays. They can be used throughout the Festival – functional and beautiful.
Pesach, also known as the Spring Festival, is a beautiful gift season – a time to renew friendships and show that you care. You will find in our category many suggestions for gifts that will be enjoyed and cherished for what they are and who they come from.
Canaan Online will help you enjoy the majesty of Pessach with its traditional rituals. They touch the heart and soul and become a family legacy that is passed down he generations.