COLOUR: Blue, White & Yellow
MATERIAL: Tray: Sheesham Wood, Jars: Ceramic
ART TYPE: Handpainted With Moroccon Pattern
CATEGORY: Jars & Containers
‘Pickles-Fours’ from the collection ‘The 90’s Shores of Morocco’, is a compact set of four pickle jars and a jar-holder tray, handcrafted in the interiors of Uttar Pradesh, inspired from a bygone era of a beautiful oceanside country; beaches with a yellow-white sand touching the beautiful blue waters of the Atlantic and Mediterranean. The story of the mystic land of Morocco, with a signature language of geometric motifs used in traditional art and architecture, is translated into ceramic, with an indigenous Moroccan geometric pattern on a white base hand-painted in ocean-blue, while sand yellow is used as an accent. The cylindrical jars, half patterned in geometry and half in sand yellow, have dome like lids with a blue droplet-holder, fitting into a yellow tray with a blue rim, capturing the essence of Moroccan seasides enigmatically into a holistic set. Indian craftspeople have crafted ‘Pickles-Fours’ by hand, with so much love, to transport us back to times of enchanting wandering in a thriving historic seaside country, to your table tops and favourite home and kitchen spaces.
- Can be used to store chutney, pickle or sauces.
-A set comprises of 4 Jars & 1 Tray.
-The Jar and Tray is Handmade in ceramic.
- Hand-Painted With Moroccan Pattern.
- Comes in Blue, White and Yellow Color.
- Comes in the following dimensions:
Jar: 3.9" (H), 2.7" (DIA),
Tray: 7.2" (L), 7.2" (W), 1" (H).
- Volume 130 ML
Morocco, an ancient North-African country with a coastline along the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, has forever been a thriving hub of culture, art and diverse landscapes. Leather tanneries of every pastel colour imaginable, speck the horizon with old stone houses, along the uneven semi-mountainous seaside. A signature language of geometric motifs used in architecture, textiles and artefacts alike, arches and domes decorated in mosaic and glass painted windows and doors are visual elements that put together Moroccan towns. Back in the 90s, Moroccan shores were bustling with steam ships leaving and docking at ports; beaches with a yellow-white sand colour touching the beautiful blue waters of the oceans. A land of mystic wonder, Morocco has been, is and hopefully will continue to be a wanderer's paradise of beauty, colour, art, food, culture, history and infinite stories.
‘The 90’s Shores of Morocco’ is a range of home products, handcrafted with so much love, by craftspeople from the interiors of Uttar Pradesh in India, celebrating some of the many beautiful aspects of Moroccan Culture. Inspired from the indigenous Moroccan geometric-repeat patterns and the enchanting hues of Moroccan coastlines, this collection of simple yet vibrant home items, is handcrafted and hand painted in ceramic; an earthen family of products, where the same Moroccan motif in a typical pastel coastal colour palette has been used in different compositions, with details and exclusive finishes, by skilled artisans. The use of pastel yellow minimally as an accent and the blue on white geometric pattern hand-painted on ceramic bases in this collection, teleports one to the historic country of warm yellow beaches and cool blue waters. ‘The 90’s Shores of Morocco’ is indeed a fable of travel, wonder and art, made to fit into any space for your cozy, warm home, inspired from a mystic land from long ago.
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