Honey Dish for Rosh Hashanah

Honey is traditionally served on Rosh Hashanah to symbolize a sweet New Year. Enhance your Holiday table with a honey dish from our diverse collection, in pewter, glass, ceramic, wood and more.

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Honey Dish for the Jewish New Year

The words “honey” and “Rosh Hashanah!” conjure up images of sweet golden honey dripping on to delectable challah or rosy-red apples, symbolizing the blessings we hope and pray for during the coming year.

The aJudaica collection of honey dishes refreshes your Rosh Hashanah table with honey dishes that will add charm and relevance to the Holiday celebration. You can choose silver plate, pewter, nickel, glass, ceramic or aluminum - all in a range of styles and costs. Many are hallmark designs from famed Judaica artists, bringing a distinguished note to your table.

Glass is always graceful. Enjoy the leaf green dish of Friekmanndar, the blue fused glass of Itay Mager or variously sized crystal dishes, cut in facets and decorated with attractive filigree designs. In her hallmark style, Dorit Judaica offers elegant laser-cut dishes etched with pomegranate designs. Yair Emanuel focuses on aluminum pomegranate shaped dishes. Adi Sidler’s dishes are small and cute. Laura Cowan steals the show with her outpouring of creativity and passionate love of stainless steel.

Why not present the child at your table with a personal honey dish – a teddy bear clutching a miniature honey dish or a bright red pomegranate shaped honey.

For the budget conscious, there are lots of pretty ceramic dishes that display both the honey and the apples.

Whatever you choose, your honey dish will enjoy pride of place on your Rosh Hashanah table. Decorative and practical, it adds festivity and color to the tableware and is a popular gift to give for any occasion throughout the year. At Rosh Hashanah time, it expresses without words your heartfelt prayers for a “Shanah Tovah u’Metukah” – a good sweet year filled with the sweetest of blessings.

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