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Oriental ceramic bowls - hand-painted plates for decoration

Fruit, almonds, nuts - even dates and dried figs: Moroccan ceramic bowls are ideal for serving guests the culinary highlights of the Orient. But also in everyday life, the artfully hand-painted ceramic plates are used in the most beautiful way: as a fruit bowl, decorative shelf or ornament of the apartment. In Morocco, there is hardly a house in which several of the magnificently painted plates do not adorn the walls. 

At Casa-Moro you will discover deep ceramic plates from two regions of Morocco: typical for the royal city of Fez are the filigree oriental ornaments: from blossoms and buds to stars and snails to braided bands and abstract shapes. One to five colors shine on the always light background. A rather reduced style refers to Safi on the Pacific coast. Leaf and Berber motifs and slightly iridescent colors are typical here.

Regardless of whether the color of the clay is white (Fez) or red (Safi), each ceramic bowl is hand-potted and hand-painted, as it has been since time immemorial. This makes them unmistakably unique. Do you especially love our plates from Safi, we also recommend a look at our hand-painted ceramic bowls.

Fruit, almonds, nuts - even dates and dried figs: Moroccan ceramic bowls are ideal for serving guests the culinary highlights of the Orient. But also in everyday life, the artfully hand-painted... read more »
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Oriental ceramic bowls - hand-painted plates for decoration

Fruit, almonds, nuts - even dates and dried figs: Moroccan ceramic bowls are ideal for serving guests the culinary highlights of the Orient. But also in everyday life, the artfully hand-painted ceramic plates are used in the most beautiful way: as a fruit bowl, decorative shelf or ornament of the apartment. In Morocco, there is hardly a house in which several of the magnificently painted plates do not adorn the walls. 

At Casa-Moro you will discover deep ceramic plates from two regions of Morocco: typical for the royal city of Fez are the filigree oriental ornaments: from blossoms and buds to stars and snails to braided bands and abstract shapes. One to five colors shine on the always light background. A rather reduced style refers to Safi on the Pacific coast. Leaf and Berber motifs and slightly iridescent colors are typical here.

Regardless of whether the color of the clay is white (Fez) or red (Safi), each ceramic bowl is hand-potted and hand-painted, as it has been since time immemorial. This makes them unmistakably unique. Do you especially love our plates from Safi, we also recommend a look at our hand-painted ceramic bowls.