When Pharoah was finally forced to free the Hebrews from enslavement, the moment of freedom came suddenly and the Hebrews were forced to flee with very little preparation. The dough for bread hadn't had time to rise and was baked by the sun as it was being carried out on the backs of the fleeing Hebrew slaves. The result was matzah. To facilitate our re-experiencing of that ancient flight to freedom G-d gave us the mitzvah to eat only unleavened baked goods during Passover. During the Seder we are obligated to eat Matzah three times. Matzah more than any other mitzvah associated with Passover symbolizes the essence of the holiday. In order to beautify this deeply meaningful commandment, specially designed covers and plates have developed over the thousands of years that Jews have celebrated Passover. At Judaica Mall we offer a full range of beautifully hand woven and hand embroidered matzah covers & handcrafted Matzah plates.