Time For A Retro Religious Passover Seder
How about starting the Passover holiday with some vintage pizazz? Have you considered a Retro religious dinner table? Now you can add both color and whimsy to your Seder table and still keep the important traditional Springtime ritual tasteful.
Passover also referred to as Pesach, commemorates the story of the Exodus, in which ancient Israelites were freed from slavery in Egypt. At the start of this holiday, a large family dinner called the Seder, is held on the first two nights.
I visited the wonderful official blog of the Homer Laughlin China Collectors Association and found a fabulous tablescape created by Saarin Scwartz. Saarin used a vintage Fiesta relish tray for her Seder plate. She also has incorporated Ovenserve Riviera/Tango, Post-86 Fiesta and Bakelite flatware.
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