Handcrafted in Morocco, swirled into a deep cobalt pattern, this blue tagine pot can turn into a key holder in a home’s entrance, conveniently hiding its content to the visitor’s eyes.


Anything Blue review –  cobalt blue tagine pots by Moroccan Bazaar (2 sizes)


With a traditional Safi design and a glazed blue finish, the tagine pot is available in two sizes: mini (12 cm, that’s the length of an Apple remote) & individual (21 cm, the height of a MacBook pro).

It consist of a tiny, or a small plate, covered by an elegant hat/cup.

Moroccan Bazaar’s tagine pots are both for home decoration and for serving. Warning: do not put this pot in your oven! Instead, use the mini version to hide your jewelry in a bathroom, or to host sauces and dips on a big tray for Aperitivo. Le larger pot (21 cm) is useful as a sharing dish, for food you’d like to keep warm (think mashed potatoes, rice or couscous/tagine). If you have extra storage space, the same larger size is a great effect as individual serving plates around a dinner table.

A few individual pots make a great gift for a family. For Mother’s Day, try one of each size. Looking for a wedding gift? Two of each size make a very nice present for a couple.

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A word from Moroccan Bazaar

‘Moroccan large glazed Blue Tagines with traditional Safi design

Available in different sizes and colours

Each piece is handmade and unique

Mainly to use as a decoration as well as for serving

Not suitable for cooking and not dishwasher safe

Design may vary

Please see our Terms & Conditions regarding product variations

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For decades the Bennani family has been tirelessly sourcing, importing and exporting the Arts and Crafts of skilled Moroccan craftsman and making them available to the discerning British buyer.

With its roots in stylish Marrakech of the Sixties, where style-gurus like Yves St Laurent and musicians like Jimmy Hendrix drew their inspiration, MBZR has had an unfailing eye for trends and fashions as they have changed and developed.

The MBZR journey in the UK began as the Swinging Sixties had swung into 1970, in the heartland of “trendiness” -Kensington Market “Ken Market” was the centre of design style and alternative influence, and MBZR was in the forefront of supplying that appetite for the exotic.

A move to D’Arblay Street in Soho – operating as a wholesaler, supplying the retail sector – Liberty, Top Shop, Chelsea Girl, to name but a few – with what was “hip and happening” in the sixties and seventies. Buyers would come to the treasure store of Moroccan Bazaar for all kinds of exotic wear.

In the 80’s the journey continued and MBZR moved to Park Royal – new products, new lines, a new concept making it possible to fuse the functional with the decorative and aesthetically pleasing. Diligent attention to quality standards with a natural flair for selecting desirable traditional styles and distinctive designs were added to its range.’

£16.50

Source: Moroccan Serving Tagine Pots in Blue @Moroccan Bazaar

A perfect gift for a                        #Mother #Sister #Wife #Family #Friend