Mazel Tov Plate - Porcelain

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This reproduction is of a Delft faience 18th Century plate. The Hebrew inscription on this plate is Mazel Tov meaning good luck. The original was probably given as a congratulatory gift on the occasion of a marriage. Today it can be given for any joyous occasion. The Museum’s Mazel Tov plate is porcelain with hand-applied decals. It is dishwasher safe, but we prefer hand-washing.From The Metroplitan Museum of Art.

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