One of the texts traditionally recited before the Shabbat meals describes the Shabbat meals as being Seudata d'Malka,the royal feast. The center panel of the challah cover is black silk satin The crown image was adapted from traditional silver Torah crowns. it was executed using a variety of media, hand painting, hand and machine embroidery and hand stitched vintage sequins. Below the crown is the text, Seudata d'Malka calligraped with a square tipped brush using textile paints enriched with pulverized metallic powder. The black silk is bordered with red linen that has been painted with a meandering vine in gold metallic textile paint. The vine motif is used both in traditional Hebrew illuminated manuscripts as well as in Judaica in silver. The outer border is made out of two layers of cross dyed silk organza and then bound with two layers of vintage ribbon, a deep plum velvet over a black grosgrain that is further enhanced with gold cording and gold metallic embroidery.One of a kind. signed by the artist
Dimensions: 17" x19"
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