Jonathan Adler

Jonathan Adler Design

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Designer and proprietor of Jonathan Adler, a design, ceramics and accessories company with stores across the US

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Avishay Artsy talks with Jonathan Adler and Lori Starr about the design of Seder plates and their evolution in tandem with changing ideas about the Passover ritual itself.

Seder Plates

Avishay Artsy talks with Jonathan Adler and Lori Starr about the design of Seder plates and their evolution in tandem with changing ideas about the Passover ritual itself.

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This holiday season comes at the end of a year of tumult; just the time when it’s helpful to hear from people with conviction about what really matters.

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This holiday season comes at the end of a year of tumult; just the time when it’s helpful to hear from people with conviction about what really matters.

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