Akko Passover Display Tray
Akko Passover Display Tray
Akko Passover Display Tray
Akko Passover Display Tray
Akko Passover Display Tray
Akko Passover Display Tray
Akko Passover Display Tray
Akko Passover Display Tray
Akko Passover Display Tray
Akko Passover Display Tray

Akko Passover Display Tray

Regular price$1,520.00
Free shipping within the continental US .
Prime Judaica will donate a portion of the proceeds to:
• Eran: Emotional First Aid
• Stand with Kfar Azza


Take a look at our Akko Passover display tray:It is not just a functional piece, but a work of art, embodying the essence of tradition and symbolism. The foundation is a beautiful, thick slice of live-edge solid wood, its weight and presence echoing the significance of the Passover holiday. The wood extends gracefully, embracing a rich turquoise resin that weaves seamlessly, adding a touch of elegance and depth to the design.

Nestled on this canvas are round  borosilicate durable glass bowls, each carefully placed in precisely shaped cavities. These cavities are adorned with a lustrous gold-tone coating, a nod to the opulence of the occasion. The bowls extend slightly beyond the board, a deliberate reminder of the hasty escape of the Israelites from Pharaoh, capturing the urgency and drama of that pivotal moment.

The cavities, meticulously shaped, serve a dual purpose—housing the symbolic food items of the Passover holiday and creating a visual spectacle. Each one is labeled nearby with gold letters, tastefully identifying the significance of the food item it cradles, adding an educational element to the display.

Resting on four 1-inch high brass-tone metal legs, the tray is elevated, giving it a regal presence on your dining table. Practicality is not forgotten—silicone plugs attached to the bottom of the metal legs protect your cherished table from any unintended scratches or damage.

The entire piece is sealed with a high resistance glossy varnish, not just for protection but to enhance the natural beauty of the materials used. This finishing touch adds a subtle sheen, inviting observers to admire the craftsmanship and thoughtfulness that went into creating this heirloom.

Ultimately, this Passover display tray is not just a temporary addition to your holiday celebrations; it's a legacy in the making. Crafted to withstand the test of time, it is meant to be passed down from one generation to the next, a tangible link between the past, present, and future—a valuable family heirloom that encapsulates the spirit of Passover in a timeless and visually stunning manner.

  • Beautiful thick slice of heavy live-edge solid wood extends in harmony with rich tone turquoise resin.
  • Round borosilicate durable glass bowls (included) nest in precisely shaped cavities that are laid with gold tone coating.
  • The glass bowls extend beyond the board reminding us the hasty escape of the israelites from Pharaoh.
  • Each cavity is labeled with gold letters identifying names of food items symbolically representing each element of the Passover holiday. 
  • Tray sits on four 1” high brass tone metal legs.
  • Silicone plugs are attached at the bottom of the metal legs to protect your dining table.
  • finished with high resistance glossy varnish.
  • This piece is intended to be handed down, from one generation to the next as a valuable family heirloom.


As many products are unique and asymmetrical, the pieces’ width and length may vary from point to point. Recognizing that one may store it in a cabinet, on a shelf, or anywhere requiring precise dimensions, we measure the length and width from the widest point on either side.

L -17” (44cm)

W - 12” (30)

H - 2.5” (6cm)

Wt. - 9.6 Lbs. (4.3kg)

Care and maintenance

  • Never submerged in water
  • Wipe with soap/water using a soft cloth (no abrasive sponges)

We ship within 2 to 4 business days from the time we receive the order.

Unique Piece

Each Prime Judaica piece is uniquely made: no two pieces are identical. Just as each piece of wood used in our collection has its own personal history and memory, each family has their unique story, their own journey. The stories and experiences of the trees, apparent in the piece's special markings, parallel those of families, filled with love, growth, and resilience.


Absolutely! Commissioned pieces add a special touch for your celebrations. Custom made products will be designed according to your specification. Please contact us to discuss how we can support your unique preferences.

Shipping and handling within the continental United States is free. For all other locations, please send us the shipping address, and we will provide an estimated cost. 

For international delivery: Buyer is responsible for any duties/ import taxes, and otherfees that may be required in th Country of delivery..

Final sale, and custom orders are not returnable.

All other: Changed your mind? No problem!

  • Please enclose a copy of the invoice, packing slip, or purchase order with the return 
  • RMA form is required. Rma form IS AVAILABLE HERE.
  • Merchandise must be returned within 10 days of receiving the Return Merchandise Authorization 
  • Packaged items must be returned in original packaging for proper credit 
  • A 25% restocking fee will apply to all items authorized for return

Prime Judaica will donate part of each product to either: 

  • Eran, which provides Lifesaving Emotional First Aid Services in Israel.   


  • Kibbutz Kfar Aza rebuilding fund.

This Kibbutz is located in Israel, about 3 kilometers (1.9 miles) from the border with the Gaza Strip. On 7 October 2023, around 70 Hamas militants attacked Kfar Aza, a kibbutz, massacring residents and abducting several hostages.

We build everything in sunny south Florida, where the sun paints the sky in hues of tangerine and coral, and the air wraps you in a warm, sultry embrace. To us, it's a place where cultures collide and blend, creating a rich tapestry of diversity and acceptance.

Equally, South Florida is not without its storms—both meteorological and metaphorical. The threat of hurricanes looms, a reminder of the fragility of paradise. Although it is a lengthy process, most of the time, we use wood from trees that fell during storms. We mill the trunks to useable boards, air dry them for months, and then kiln dry the planks, preserving the beauty of fallen trees for generations to enjoy.

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