Sunday, July 4, 2021

SAUDI HOUSEWARES

I'M ALWAYS DRAWN TO SAUDI GRAPHICS LIKE THESE TEACUPS

AREN'T THEY PRECIOUS?

MINI TEACUPS IN A SET OF 6 WITH PLATES SOLD AT DANUBE

THEY MAKE GREAT SOUVENIRS & GIFTS

SHINY DALLAHS - SAUDI TEAPOTS

FANCY INCENSE BURNERS AND DALLAHS

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14 comments:

Andrew said...

Who is that handsome man?

Stevenson Q said...

These are super cute Susie! I love the minimalist type cartoon plus its very representative of the Arabs :)

Tom said...

...I'm not sure that I would want to have a mugshot on my mug!

Marie Smith said...

Love those cups but the teapots always catch my eye.

The Liberty Belle said...

Ooh! I really like the incense burners.

Sharon said...

I love those cups!

William Kendall said...

I remember dallahs at an event here.

JudithK said...

Oh dear. I had thought those were coffee pots!! But no reason....just an assumption. Now I know!

At Home In New Zealand said...

Great teacup art, and I love the ornateness of those dallahs.

Susie of Arabia said...

JudithK - They are used for either coffee or tea actually. Most often for the gahwha, the Arabic coffee with cardamom served in very small cups.

Gillena Cox said...

The teapots are my favourite. Happy Monday. I am at #17 on the linky

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Angie said...

Susie - the art is very attractive. Are they meant primarily for tourists, or would you find such artwork on the cups in an Arab home? Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!

JudithK said...

Thank you for explaining....I do love the shape of the pots, and would also very much like to try the coffee with cardamon. Do you make it ever? I would like to know the proportions and method!! Well, I'm far away, and not likely to be there to try it out at my age, so am left to my own devices. Though you never know, I might get there some day.

Susie of Arabia said...

Hi Angie - Expats love picking up this type of thing to take back home with them, but I've also seen items like this with Saudi figures on them in Saudi homes as well.