Modern home goods that are all handmade by artisans in Egypt with local, natural materials. Every purchase empowers artisans and preserves culture, providing sustainable employment to keep their time-honored craftsmanship alive.
The Leila serving dish —named after the Arabic word for night— is inspired by reading poetry on a warm summer's evening, with blue swirls reminiscent of Arabic calligraphy, and pomegranate seed red dots scattered throughout. Use it to serve salad, as a fruit bowl or style it as a centerpiece on your dining table when not in use.
Best of all? It's made in a fair trade environment where the artisans can work in their own home workshops to their heart's desire.
|MEASUREMENTS Approximately 12" W x 2.5" H|
|MATERIAL Clay from the banks of the Nile|
|COLOR Smoked ivory base with navy blue and red illustrations|
|ORIGIN Tunis Village, Egypt|
|CARE Handwash only|
|MADE IN SMALL BATCHES Due to the handcrafted nature of Baladi Home products, slight variations and imperfections are normal, to be expected, and enhance the authenticity.|