Honey and Apple Dish

Honey and Apple Dish 

Honey and Apple Dish for Rosh Hashanah by Dan Givon 

This piece gives new meaning to “Hedur Mitzvah” for a honey dish. The apples and honey are placed together in the center and on the individual dishes surrounding the main dish. When making the blessing they sit together in one united piece. After the blessing, the individual dishes are distributed among guests for each person to have his own personal original honey and apple dish. Engraved on each dish are the words, “Shanah Tovah Umetukah.” This is a sculpture that will enhance an elegant table on Rosh Hashanah and a home all year.

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