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Save for the rubber frogs and plastic bugs, Passover fun doesn’t begin until it’s time to hide the matzo. Anat Stein and Hadas Kruk of Tel Aviv-based StudioArmadillo seek to change that by infusing some creativity into the holiday with their Tangram seder plate. Handmade in Israel from mahogany and inspired by Chinese tangram puzzles, its seven pieces work in a multitude of arrangements, our favorite being a fish shape. Stein says, “Our pieces bring together our two loves — play and the holidays — by offering a contemporary interpretation of ancient tradition.” “Tangram” seder plate, $209 online at www.studioarmadillo.com