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Recently a dozen people gathered for the day at the studio to create seder plates and Miriam cups for an upcoming women’s seder.  By the end of the day there were half a dozen unique seder plates and four Miriam cups waiting for a first, bisque firing.  Folks came to glaze, once again the kiln was loaded, this time for the higher temperature glaze firing.  The opening of a glaze kiln is always anticipated with excitement. This glaze kiln did not disappoint.  And as beautiful as the pieces looked coming out of the kiln, they were even more beautiful on the seder table. As soon as I can gather photos from the Pesach Potters, I will post them here.

If you are nearby, come and create your own piece of Judaica.  Or describe what you are looking for, we can design it together and I’ll make it for you.


Kiddish cups, created to reflect the bar or bat mitvah’s Torah portion, can include the portion name, the bar or bat mitvah’s name, Hebrew or English or both, and/or anything else that may personalize.  Other possibilities – Shabbat candlesticks, Havdallah set, etrog box, menorah, Channukiah, Elijah cup, Miriam cup, seder plate . . .

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