Rimona Pomegranate Beaded Placemat

$68.00
$68.00
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Inspired by the Hebrew word for pomegranate, Rimon, our Rimona placemat showcases the depth and beauty of this sacred fruit. Perfect for Rosh Hashanah and festive celebrations, this pomegranate is made from hand sewn glass beads with crystal-cut acrylic “seeds”.
A symbol of the Divine Feminine, rebirth, and renewal, and long included in Sephardic Jewish holiday rituals, we hope Rimona can elevate your gatherings and inspire awe and gratitude for the abundant beauty of Mother Earth.

Product Details:

  • Dimensions: 14" x 16"
  • Includes one placemat
  • Not for use as a trivet; do not place hot dishes or cookware on top of your beaded items.
  • Shake off any crumbs or food residue, then brush softly with a toothbrush. If necessary, use a mild cleanser for deeper cleaning, but be sure to air dry completely before storing. Do not use a hair dryer for drying, as beads and sequins could melt with high heat.
  • If beaded table runners or placemats curl up on edges, flatten with a heavy book, or curl them in the opposite direction momentarily and then lay flat.
  • Our hand beaded designs are delicate and unique. Treat them gently and follow our care instructions to keep them fresh and festive for all the occasions to come!
  • Beads, sequins, and other embellishments may break or fall off your item even with gentle use, be sure to store carefully to avoid snags and damage.

                  Shipping Info

                  • Free shipping on U.S. orders $75+
                  • Standard orders typically ship in 1-2 business days from our Ohio warehouse and take 3-10 business days to arrive.
                  • Expedited shipping is available and ships the same day if placed before 11:00AM ET.
                  • Easy returns within 30 days of purchase

                  More about Adara Rituals

                  Adara Rituals is a collection of Jewish ritual objects by Tara Townsend. Fed up with traditional decor, she started reading voraciously about the origins of Jewish rituals, and uncovered shining truths and mystical treasures that lay beneath the ground of our traditions. She learned about Judaism’s roots in celestial cycles, in nature-based spirituality, and in an inclusive world-view that deeply embraces the Divine Feminine. Adara, named after her daughter's Hebrew name, provides beautifully crafted pieces to enliven and illuminate your own rituals.

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