The final supper Jesus had with His disciples prior to His betrayal and imprisonment is referred to as The Last Supper. The Last Supper holds paramount significance among Christians and is commemorated especially on Holy Thursday. The Eucharist commonly referred to as “Holy Communion” or “The Lord’s Supper,” has its biblical foundation in the Last Supper.
The last meal was held on the first day of Passover, also known as the Festival of Unleavened Bread. Jesus sent his disciples into the city to prepare a Passover supper. On Passover, Israel was set free from slavery in Egypt, most famously when the angel of death passed by the Israelites’ homes with lamb’s blood on the doors.
Our lovely Handmade Persian Tabriz wool and silk Last Supper rug is an excellent choice for anybody who appreciates history and art, not just Christians. This fabulous Persian rug is a stunning wall hanging with unparalleled appeal. It is an actual representation of Leonardo da Vinci’s design and is made of 100% fine-grade wool and silk piled on cotton. It makes a fantastic and one-of-a-kind present for yourself, your family members, or your favorite church.