Tamegroute. A village in the valley of the Draa river in the south of Morocco. That is where this amazing candlestick is made. What started as an attempt to put Tamegroute on the map by offering this specific craft, grew into a worldwide known product. More and more often you come across the Tamegroute candlesticks in the well-known magazines. Although the Tamegroute made of clay is becoming more and more famous, there are still only a small number of families that master the Tamegroute technique. This is passed on from generation to generation. And that's what makes it so much fun!

You can use this beautiful bowl as a bowl for your fruit, to present your salad, or for sandwiches on Sunday morning. In addition, this bowl can be used as a statement decoration on your wall or cupboard shelf. The bowl has a diameter of 25 cm and is 13 cm deep.

* Because the Tamegroute bowls are handmade, imperfections in the glaze and shape cannot be ruled out.

Tamegroute fruitbowl