With their high quality materials, elegant forms and exquisite geometric designs, these gorgeous examples of traditional Moroccan crockery come from the Cocema factory, founded in by the Tajmouti family. Fez is widely hailed as the home of Moroccan culture and boasts a rich range of ceramics, with the distinctive cobalt hues of the Bleu de Fès style in which Cocema specializes being the most celebrated example.
These pieces are the few remaining originals after the Cocema factory was burnt to the ground, making them highly sought after by collectors. With their stunning looks and hardy construction, these pieces are as suited to a quotidian lunch as they are to a glamorous dinner, bringing a touch of class and culture to any table.
Fez is widely considered the cultural capital of Morocco: resplendent with palaces and boasting a long and rich history of artisanal production and craft innovation, the whole city has been recognized and protected by UNESCO.
For countless generations the ceramics of the city have been widely celebrated for their distinctive cobalt designs, with the art being passed down through time and inspiring imitators around the world.
These pieces are highly resistant to wear and suited for daily use, with their designs and motifs remaining unchanged. Suitable for dishwashers and microwaves.
THIS ITEM IS ELEGIBLE FOR RETURN WITHIN 30 DAYS OF RECEIPT IF UNUSED AND IN ITS ORIGINAL CONDITION.
Plates: D: 12 cm. /Tray: L: 40 x L:26 x H: 3 cm./ Big plate: D: 37 cm.
Cobalt Blue and White
L: 50 x W: 50 x H: 50 cm
Maison Des Freres
Souvenirs, Wedding present