Givon Mazza Shemura Display Tray
Givon Mazza Shemura Display Tray
Givon Mazza Shemura Display Tray
Givon Mazza Shemura Display Tray
Givon Mazza Shemura Display Tray
Givon Mazza Shemura Display Tray
Givon Mazza Shemura Display Tray
Givon Mazza Shemura Display Tray

Givon Mazza Shemura Display Tray

Regular price$1,510.00
Free shipping within the continental US .
Prime Judaica will donate a portion of the proceeds to:
• Eran: Emotional First Aid
• Stand with Kfar Azza


Introducing our exquisite Givon Mazza Shmurah Display Tray, a harmonious blend of rich Jewish tradition and elegant craftsmanship. Crafted with care, this ceremonial piece pays homage to the sacred story of the Israelites' liberation from Egypt while adding a touch of beauty to your Passover table.

At the heart of the design is a magnificent slice of solid live-edge wood, embodying both strength and organic charm. The natural perfect imperfections of the wood's edges speak to the authenticity of the piece, a reminder of the journey the Jewish people have traversed throughout history.

A central cavity, coated in a lustrous satin-dark finish, cradles the Mazza Shmurah, inviting a sense of reverence as you partake in the ritual. This cavity not only serves as a vessel for the unleavened bread but also symbolizes the escape of the Israelites, mirroring their flight from Egypt's confines.

Surrounding the dark cavity is a resplendent crown of teal-tone stones, radiating an air of vitality and hope. These stones, like the vibrant colors of nature, signify renewal and the promise of a brighter future, much like the story of Passover itself.

Adding to its functionality, a small cavity thoughtfully accommodates a salt bowl, ensuring each element of the Seder is meticulously attended to. The inclusion of the salt bowl, essential in Jewish tradition, further enhances the dish's reverence for the rituals that have been passed down through generations.

Practicality meets elegance as the wooden dish is elevated by stainless-steel legs. The stainless steel symbolizes the strength and resilience of the Jewish community, while also lending a modern touch to the overall aesthetic. Silicone plugs discreetly grace the base of the legs, preserving your dining table's pristine surface.

Finally, the entire masterpiece is lovingly finished with a high-resistance varnish, preserving the beauty of the wood and the captivating details for years to come. This ensures that your Wooden Mazza Shmurah Dish will not only serve as a cherished centerpiece during Passover but will also become an enduring family heirloom, carrying forward the spirit of tradition and unity.

  • Beautiful heavy slice of  solid live-edge wood
  • A cavity coated in dark lustrous satin dark coating to hold th MAZZA SHEMURAH. The MAZZA “escapes” from the edge- reminiscent of the Israelites escaping from Egypt.
  • The large dark cavity is surrounded with a crown of beautiful bright and cheerful teal-tone stones. 
  • A small cavity to hold salt bowl (included) rests near one end of the board.
  • The board rests on 4 stainless steel legs.
  • Silicone plugs are at the bottom of metal legs to protect your dining table.
  • finished with high resistance varnish.


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 - 19” (48cm)

W - 17” (44cm)

H - 2.5” (6cm)

Wt. - 10.5 Lbs. (5kg)

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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