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Set of 4 Citronique Design Ceramic Mini Tagines (Tunisia)
ITEM#: 13904559Product Features:
- Set of four tagines
- Materials: Ceramique bisque
- Painted entirely by freehand
- Food-safe paints and glazes
- Generously shaped with flared edges
- Imported from Nabeul, Tunisia
- Measurements may vary slightly
- Dishwasher safe
Story Behind the Art:
At Le Souk Ceramique (LSC), we do not outsource any of our production. We buy the raw clay and the raw paints and glazes to do all the work ourselves. Most significantly, we paint all our pieces 100% freehand. No machinery, no decals, no stencils. We use a team approach to our artwork: The first person will paint the outline of the design, and of course this is done freehand. The next team members will each usually paint in one color or one element of the design and then pass the piece off to the next teammate. On average, there are 6 to 8 artists involved in painting any given design. LSC has benefitted from the Worldstock partnership by helping us find a market for our production. With China dominating the ceramics industry, and with our studio being so small with just 54 employees, we are not a major factory.
The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen.
|Country of Origin||Tunisia|
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Questions & Answers
Hi cdrgran, we were able to verify this information with our support team. mini tagines are about 8cm wide (3" or so) and also 7 to 8cm tall. They vary slightly since each needs to be hand thrown. We hope this helps. Thanks for shopping with us.
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