Le Souk Ceramique

by Kitchenworks26. June 2016 15:35

Handcrafted in the coastal town of Nabeul in north-eastern Tunisia, Le Souk Ceramique continues the time-honored Tunisian tradition of exquisite hand-painted pottery.

 

 

 

Employing local artisans at salaries well above industry standards, Le Souk Ceramique opened it's studio in 1997.

Each pattern contains over 33 different shapes including large serving platters, mugs, bowls, pitchers, plates, utensil crocks, and cookable Tagines.

Every pattern is fully hand-painted by a team of artists. No stencils, graphics, or decals- just skill and a steady hand.

 We have proudly sold Le Souk Ceramique's beautiful creations at our Chapel Hill location since 2002.

 

 

 

 

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