Ceramic Olive Boat - Black & White – GlobeIn
Ceramic Olive Boat - Black & White
Ceramic Olive Boat - Black & White
Ceramic Olive Boat - Black & White
Ceramic Olive Boat - Black & White
Ceramic Olive Boat - Black & White
Ceramic Olive Boat - Black & White
Ceramic Olive Boat - Black & White
Ceramic Olive Boat - Black & White
Ceramic Olive Boat - Black & White
Ceramic Olive Boat - Black & White
Ceramic Olive Boat - Black & White
Ceramic Olive Boat - Black & White
Ceramic Olive Boat - Black & White
Ceramic Olive Boat - Black & White
Ceramic Olive Boat - Black & White

Ceramic Olive Boat - Black & White

Put a lot of work into your meal? Do it justice by serving it with kitchenware of equal quality. Your new stainless steel spoon was pressed, heated, twisted, beaten, and welded into its lovely final shape by highly skilled artisans who have honed their craft for many years.

Responsible for twisting and finely welding work on your spoon, Shakeel is one such artisan, who has crafted with stainless steel for over 12 years and is an expert. His craft has allowed him to repair his old house as well as purchase two buffalos whose milk he and his wife sell in their village for extra income. His dream is to open a poultry farm that would supply fresh eggs to the entire locality. He is definitely on his way!

Measurements: 14.5" x 1.5"

Materials: Ceramic

*Due to the artisanal nature of this product, color and size may vary.

THE STORY BEHIND THE PRODUCT

Artisan Organization: Le Souk Ceramique

Country: Tunisia

This mug comes from Nabeul, a city on the Mediterranean coast of northeastern Tunisia and the center of Tunisian pottery. Many of the artisans who hand painted the mug have been working for Le Souk for years and their collaborative process has become a familiar dance.

The creation went something like this: Mokhtar manned the potter’s wheel, and Hichem painted the top and bottom lines of the mug and set the outline. Riadh then painted the honeycomb/seashell design, and Zouhaira and her teammates Olfa and Faten took turns adding in the dots of color. Finally, Ahmed painted the rim’s black border and Noureddine dunked the mug into a glaze to finish it.