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Made from brass, the rectangular Kanaka tray has been entirely crafted by hand. So versatile, the options for displaying the Kanaka are endless: to serve small dishes to nibble on as you sip your aperitif; to showcase a beautiful candle; to glow against the bronze-hued Noé tablecloths; or to hold your treasured trinkets on a shelf in your study. The Kanaka tray is decorative within and of itself.
This dish fascinates by its deep colour, but also by the history of its manufacture. The red clay is extracted from Safi hill in Ma-roc before being crushed by hand with a wooden hammer. This clay has to be soaked in water for two days, and then has to dry on the ground for another two days. Only then can it be kneaded with the feet and kneaded by hand before being placed on a potter's wheel, which works it until it is perfect before having to dry for another two days to refine its every detail.
Silver plated aluminum and golden brass bowl, can be used as a platter, to serve appetizers or as a decoration.
A farandole of colours, poetry in ink and countless imaginary journeys ... Voyage candles are a sweet invitation to escape and wander. Each has its own unique story, poem and promise for you to discover and make your very own.
Elegant and sophisticated, the PIO coffee mug is an essential you never get tired of. As essential as a morning coffee, this cup is a must for any self-respecting breakfast table. Its cream, charcoal and terracotta color perfectly enhances the cloud of milk that you slip into your favorite beverage.
This tartan pattern kitchen rug will give your kitchen a unique look, or can be used as a placemat for an impromptu dinner party.