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$45.77

Tabarka is named after a city on the Mediterranean Sea in Northwestern Tunisia. Renowned for their deep history and culture of cor...al fishing and jazz festivals, our Tabarka design captures the vibrant colors and whimsy of this beautiful seaside town. Each of our stoneware pieces is made and painted by hand using lead free and cadmium free food safe paints and glazes. Our new stoneware is highly durable, dishwasher and microwave safe and can now go from freezer to oven or vice versa. Nestled in the small Tunisian town of Nabeul on the Mediterranean coast, Le Souk Ceramique and its olive wood division Le Souk Olivique, employ some 50 plus local artisans full-time to create beautiful hand-made, hand-painted stoneware ceramic and carved olive wood pieces. The company is evolving to function as an artisan cooperative, completely owned and controlled by the skilled artisans themselves. At Le Souk Ceramique, we hand paint every piece entirely free-hand. We do not use any machinery or decals or stencils for our artwork. Legally, if most of a ceramic piece is painted by machine and just a small element is painted by hand, you can call it "hand painted". we paint every element by hand. We use a team approach that involves between 3 and 8 people depending on the design and how many colors and artistic elements are included. The entire production is performed by the artisans. read more

Le Souk Ceramique
$54.83 $54.18

With Salvena, we took a bit from each of our previous designs Sauvage and Jafferjee and added in new elements to come up with a de...sign more reminiscent of Tuscany.  Centuries of interaction between Italy and Tunisia inspired us to draw out the common ground between the two shores of the Mediterranean. Each of our stoneware pieces is made and painted by hand using lead free and cadmium free food safe paints and glazes. Our new stoneware is highly durable, dishwasher and microwave safe and can now go from freezer to oven or vice versa. Nestled in the small Tunisian town of Nabeul on the Mediterranean coast, Le Souk Ceramique and its olive wood division Le Souk Olivique, employ some 50 plus local artisans full-time to create beautiful hand-made, hand-painted stoneware ceramic and carved olive wood pieces. The company is evolving to function as an artisan cooperative, completely owned and controlled by the skilled artisans themselves. At Le Souk Ceramique, we hand paint every piece entirely free-hand. We do not use any machinery or decals or stencils for our artwork. Legally, if most of a ceramic piece is painted by machine and just a small element is painted by hand, you can call it "hand painted". we paint every element by hand. We use a team approach that involves between 3 and 8 people depending on the design and how many colors and artistic elements are included. The entire production is performed by the artisans. read more

Le Souk Ceramique
$46.20

Aqua fish is one of our most popular designs and certainly our most whimsical.  Imagine presenting your dinner guests with a Salmo...n filet in our XL oval platter or perhaps a Sushi appetizer selection on our round platter.  Our little sauce dishes are perfect for the soy sauce and wasabi.  Aqua fish is not for a formal occasion.  It's for a festive occasion. read more

Le Souk Ceramique
$38.98

For our newest design taurine, it may seem as if we merely combined tanbark and Sabrina, but that is purely a Coincidence. Taurine... was actually inspired by the Tunisian date Liqueur thiamine being sipped on by our designers one evening while brainstorming new patterns and colors. Perhaps it is that which lead to the festive whimsical nature of this colorful design. Each of our stoneware pieces is made and painted by hand using lead free and cadmium free food safe paints and glazes. Our new stoneware is highly durable, dishwasher and microwave safe and can now go from freezer to oven or vice versa. read more

Le Souk Ceramique
$40.47

Nejma is one of our newest patterns (along with Jafferjee) that we introduced in late 2012.  Nejma is by far and away the most dif...ficult and time-consuming pattern to paint.  Painting in the red around the stars takes time and an extremely steady hand.  But the effort is obviously worth it because Nejma was our best-selling pattern at the NY Gift Show this past January 2013 and was quickly featured in Elle Decor magazine as a top "What's Hot" item. Each of our stoneware pieces is made and painted by hand using lead free and cadmium free food safe paints and glazes. Our new stoneware is highly durable, dishwasher and microwave safe and can now go from freezer to oven or vice versa. Nestled in the small Tunisian town of Nabeul on the Mediterranean coast, Le Souk Ceramique and its olive wood division Le Souk Olivique, employ some 50 plus local artisans full-time to create beautiful hand-made, hand-painted stoneware ceramic and carved olive wood pieces. The company is evolving to function as an artisan cooperative, completely owned and controlled by the skilled artisans themselves. At Le Souk Ceramique, we hand paint every piece entirely free-hand. We do not use any machinery or decals or stencils for our artwork. Legally, if most of a ceramic piece is painted by machine and just a small element is painted by hand, you can call it "hand painted". we paint every element by hand. We use a team approach that involves between 3 and 8 people depending on the design and how many colors and artistic elements are included. The entire production is performed by the artisans. read more

Le Souk Ceramique
$17.01

Aqua fish is one of our most popular designs and certainly our most whimsical.  Imagine presenting your dinner guests with a Salmo...n filet in our XL oval platter or perhaps a Sushi appetizer selection on our round platter.  Our little sauce dishes are perfect for the soy sauce and wasabi.  Aqua fish is not for a formal occasion.  It's for a festive occasion. read more

Le Souk Ceramique
$25.76

Nejma is one of our newest patterns (along with Jafferjee) that we introduced in late 2012.  Nejma is by far and away the most dif...ficult and time-consuming pattern to paint.  Painting in the red around the stars takes time and an extremely steady hand.  But the effort is obviously worth it because Nejma was our best-selling pattern at the NY Gift Show this past January 2013 and was quickly featured in Elle Decor magazine as a top "What's Hot" item. Each of our stoneware pieces is made and painted by hand using lead free and cadmium free food safe paints and glazes. Our new stoneware is highly durable, dishwasher and microwave safe and can now go from freezer to oven or vice versa. Nestled in the small Tunisian town of Nabeul on the Mediterranean coast, Le Souk Ceramique and its olive wood division Le Souk Olivique, employ some 50 plus local artisans full-time to create beautiful hand-made, hand-painted stoneware ceramic and carved olive wood pieces. The company is evolving to function as an artisan cooperative, completely owned and controlled by the skilled artisans themselves. At Le Souk Ceramique, we hand paint every piece entirely free-hand. We do not use any machinery or decals or stencils for our artwork. Legally, if most of a ceramic piece is painted by machine and just a small element is painted by hand, you can call it "hand painted". we paint every element by hand. We use a team approach that involves between 3 and 8 people depending on the design and how many colors and artistic elements are included. The entire production is performed by the artisans. read more

Le Souk Ceramique
$34.24 $32.33

Tabarka is named after a city on the Mediterranean Sea in Northwestern Tunisia. Renowned for their deep history and culture of cor...al fishing and jazz festivals, our Tabarka design captures the vibrant colors and whimsy of this beautiful seaside town. Each of our stoneware pieces is made and painted by hand using lead free and cadmium free food safe paints and glazes. Our new stoneware is highly durable, dishwasher and microwave safe and can now go from freezer to oven or vice versa. Nestled in the small Tunisian town of Nabeul on the Mediterranean coast, Le Souk Ceramique and its olive wood division Le Souk Olivique, employ some 50 plus local artisans full-time to create beautiful hand-made, hand-painted stoneware ceramic and carved olive wood pieces. The company is evolving to function as an artisan cooperative, completely owned and controlled by the skilled artisans themselves. At Le Souk Ceramique, we hand paint every piece entirely free-hand. We do not use any machinery or decals or stencils for our artwork. Legally, if most of a ceramic piece is painted by machine and just a small element is painted by hand, you can call it "hand painted". we paint every element by hand. We use a team approach that involves between 3 and 8 people depending on the design and how many colors and artistic elements are included. The entire production is performed by the artisans. read more

Le Souk Ceramique
$33.69 $33.11

We created Azoura to be our interpretation of the classic Mediterranean Blue and white motif.  throughout many countries in the re...gion, be it Greece, Tunisia, turkey or Spain, most countries have a traditional Blue and white pattern.   Azoura, like all our designs, is created by and exclusive to Le Souk Ceramique. We take our Blue and white inspiration from the region to create our very own artwork. Each of our stoneware pieces is made and painted by hand using lead free and cadmium free food safe paints and glazes. Our new stoneware is highly durable, dishwasher and microwave safe and can now go from freezer to oven or vice versa. Nestled in the small Tunisian town of Nabeul on the Mediterranean coast, Le Souk Ceramique and its olive wood division Le Souk Olivique, employ some 50 plus local artisans full-time to create beautiful hand-made, hand-painted stoneware ceramic and carved olive wood pieces. The company is evolving to function as an artisan cooperative, completely owned and controlled by the skilled artisans themselves. At Le Souk Ceramique, we hand paint every piece entirely free-hand. We do not use any machinery or decals or stencils for our artwork. Legally, if most of a ceramic piece is painted by machine and just a small element is painted by hand, you can call it "hand painted". we paint every element by hand. We use a team approach that involves between 3 and 8 people depending on the design and how many colors and artistic elements are included. The entire production is performed by the artisans. read more

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