You guys, this seder plate is GORGEOUS. And it's available at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco for a mere $1,695. Why so much? Designed by Lella Vignelli, it's crafted by master silversmiths in San Lorenzo of Milan, Italy. Okay?

You could also use it to hold your keys and packet change during the rest of the year.

If you must, the Contemporary Jewish Museum also has a other, less expensive plates for your seder dinner.

Speaking of the CJM, they will host their annual Out of Order Seder party, featuring music inspired by the Kehinde Wiley exhibition. In addition to dinner and booze, the night will boast hip hop performances by Dan Wolf, Tommy Shepherd, Juan Amador, and Candice Wicks. Israel’s DJ Alarm will also hit the decks. Learn more about the Out of Order Seder party here.