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Bombay napkin rings with crystals are certainly cuter than those that covered the whole land. This is what the Lord says: Let my people go, so they can worship me. If you refuse, then listen carefully to this: I will send vast hordes of frogs across your entire land from one border to the other.

4 Cups of Wine: Four glasses of wine are poured during the Seder to symbolize the 4 main stages of Exodus that led Hebrew slaves to the promise land of freedom. These stages were: "I will bring out." "I will deliver." "I will redeem." "I will take." Drank at different stages of the Seder, the fourth one seals the Seder festivities. The small, vintage, crystal glasses were a gift from my precious son.

At first I wanted "elegant" frogs for the centerpiece, but then I decided they should be silly -- for only a fool will not listen when God commands. Display is made on two stacking antique cake stands.

Centerpiece: The 2nd Plague of Egypt -- FROGS. Each guest is asked to bring a frog with their name and date recorded on the bottom. The 10 plagues were inflicted on Egypt to persuade Pharaoh to release the ill-treated Israelites from slavery, with the final plague triggering the Exodus of the Hebrew people. Designed to contrast the power of Yahweh with the impotence of Egypt's various gods, the story can be found in the Book of Exodus, beginning in Chapter 7.

Irish motifs make way for Jewish Aleph Bet Letters in these Passover napkins by Fay Nicholl Judaica. Fay is a shopowner found on the Etsy site.

This special paper chatterbox, sometimes called a cootie catcher, is used to entertain and educate at the Passover Seder meal. These paper novelties can be found on Etsy at the Jewish Holiday Shop.

Passover napkins resemble the unleavened bread traditionally eaten by Jews during the week-long Passover holiday, when eating food made with leavened grain is forbidden. These cloth napkins are the needlework of Fay Nicholl Judaica -- Etsy. Antique sterling knife rest from the shop of Nate Ivey, Crescent City Connect, Etsy.