The coastal Tunisian town of Nabeul has been the center of that country’s ceramic industry since the Roman era. Artisans working in a sunny studio near the Mediterranean paint this versatile serving plate and bowl entirely by hand. The pattern is inspired by wrought-iron gates found in the eighth-century medina of Tunis, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Handcrafted in Tunisia. Two-piece set. Platter: approximately 15" diameter. Bowl: approximately 4 1/2" diameter x 2"H.
Just a couple of miles from the Mediterranean
Sea, near the Cap Bon peninsula, lies the coastal town of Nabeul, Tunisia. This small city of less than 60,000 people is the center of Tunisia’s pottery trade, a tradition that extends ...