The coastal Tunisian town of Nabeul has been a center for ceramic production since the Roman era. In a small, sunlit studio near the Mediterranean Sea, a team of potters and painters crafts this festive earthenware platter entirely by hand. The unadorned shape is fired to create a “bisque,” which is then painted entirely freehand, without the use of decals or machines. It makes a dramatic presentation as a serving piece, or displayed on a sideboard an example of a time-honored and practical North African art form.
Handcrafted in Tunisia. 7"W x 16"L.
Dishwasher and microwave safe (although it is longer than some household microwaves can accommodate).