Pomegranate Bread Knife
Some hosts for Rosh Hashanah like to tear their challah bread, while others prefer to cut it with a bread knife. This really depends on the tradition of your family or community. If you follow the common custom of slicing the bread, a pomegranate knife is a great way to play into the significance of the fruit during the holiday.
Wisteria Gold Bread Board
This breadboard is simply gorgeous, and the Wisteria Collection was created as a motif of twisted and curing vines that symbolize love and togetherness. Since Rosh Hashanah is always celebrated with friends and family, this board would be a perfect addition to your festivities.
Apple Honey Pot w/ Spoon Goldtone
One of the most pervasive customs around Rosh Hashanah is eating apples with honey. Now we are no professional party planners but, if we were setting up your tablescapes, we would include multiple apple honey pots in the middle of the table for each person sitting across from each other to enjoy. A great way to honor a tradition in a more modern way!
Jewish tradition teaches that the pomegranate is a symbol of righteousness, knowledge, and wisdom because it is said to have 613 seeds, each representing one of the 613 mitzvot of the Torah. This kiddush is a beautiful way to tribute that during prayer.