Batya’s home overlooks the valleys and hills of Samaria. When she and her husband first moved to their plot of land, it was barren, devoid of wildlife and plants; most noticeably, there was no birdsong. She and her husband set about to plant trees and water the land. In a short amount of time, life returned. Their fig and olive and pomegranate trees took root, and Batya was thrilled at the return of birds and the sound of birdsong.
Their efforts have been so successful that once again, Israeli wildflowers have started to bloom. Each spring, the flowers around her home and studio transform the land into a colorful carpet of petals and beauty.
One morning as Batya worked in her studio, she found the sight so enchanting and uplifting that she was inspired to create a unique collection of ceramics to celebrate the beauty of the Holy Land’s wildflowers!
You can build a complete collection, mix and match, or give your favorite piece as a gift to someone you love.
Israeli Wildflower Plate
Perfectly sized for your breakfast pastry or an afternoon sandwich, or even dessert after a meal. Batya has decorated each plate with classic springtime Israeli poppies in vibrant shades of red using top-quality materials and glaze.
- Food safe
- Dishwasher safe but still advisable to wash by hand and treat with care.
- Not recommended for microwave or oven
- 14.5 cm / 5.70 inches
Each piece is handmade with love in Israel, and slight variances can be expected, making each one truly one of a kind!
NOTE: Items pictured are sold separately
Netilat Yadayim Cup – Israeli Wildflowers Collection
Batya Erdstein is an accomplished Israeli ceramic artist. She established her studio in Itamar, a settlement in the hills of Samaria. She has been creating unique, one of a kind ceramic artworks for twelve years.