This decorative trivet will grace your table in elegance. Its shape is based on an ornament in the shape of an ancient harp, popularly known as “King David’s Harp.” King David was known as the poet of the people, as he composed the Book of Psalms while playing a harp like this one. The artifact was discovered at the Temple Mount Sifting Operation at Emek Tzurim on the Mount of Olives. It is two centimeters wide, its date is unknown and it happens to be very similar in shape and form to the symbol chosen to represent the City of David.
Diameter: 8″ / 20.5 cm
About the Brand The City of David collection is a unique and exquisite line of artwork based on the actual discoveries made in the City of David’s famous archaeological excavations, which are uncovering the history and culture of Jerusalem dating back thousands of years. Each piece comes with its own story of the archaeological find that inspired the design, which enables you to connect to the rich past of ancient Jerusalem with the present day beauty of these original works of art.