Beldi translates as traditional or indigenous. These cups may be hand-thrown in an orthodox manner initially, but the design and finish is anything but. In fact the only remaining distinguishable characteristics linked with any form of heritage are cups that portray the riot of colour generally associated with Marrakech, and a handmade aura. The lovely wonky wobbliness and poured on colour-crazy glaze shoots these cups way up into the heady stratosphere of contemporary design realms and are perfect examples of traditional, but with a major twist, dip and a dent!
Supplier Info: Based in Marrakech, Morocco, this supplier employs just fifteen factory workers who hand-craft these original and unique products. They plan to make their factory a role model for handcrafted ceramic wares and are leading the way with a water recycling facility, plus plans to improve working conditions continually over the coming years. They are proud of their quirky designs and that the hand-crafted items they produce that are suitable for food, plus are dishwasher and oven safe, so keeping in line with busy and modern lifestyles.
Why we love this product!
- Fair Trade
- Wonderfully wonky and wibbly - great for children's hands
- Contemporary and colourful, with a traditional undertone
- Dishwasher, oven and food safe
Diameter: 7.5cm H: 10cm