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Moroccan Medina Tea Glasses - Set of 6

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Moroccans are famous for their hospitality. Even in the souks—the marketplaces often found within a city’s walled medina district—sellers will invite you to sit down and share a glass of strong mint tea before you begin to haggle over prices. These gold-accented glasses are a traditional style, with a motif similar to the arched doorways of many homes and mosques. Use them for tea, summer cocktails, or even as votive holders.


Hand-painted in Casablanca, Morocco. 3 7/8" H, 2 1/2" diameter.


Hand-wash only.


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