Hand Finished Moroccan Carved Tray from Moroccan Bazaar

Just recently I was contacted by David from Moroccan Bazaar; a Moroccan family business based in West London who import only the best items from Marrakesh. Anyone that follows this blog will know I'm a bit of a Tagine horder - I love Moroccan food, in fact my very first blog post (10 years ago) was about the first Tagine I'd just bought but I've since got a bit of a collection going on 😊   

Anyway as a hoarder of not only Tagines but anything to do with food preparation of serving food you can see why I was so excited to pick this gorgeous serving tray to blog about.   


Moroccan Carved Silver Serving Tray


This Sinia 35cm Moroccan Carved Serving Tray is a Moroccan hospitality piece found around Morocco where food and drink, especially Moroccan tea are served upon. The tray is made from brass and is therefore also available in brass/gold colour but the one I chose has been coated in nickel to give it a silver finish

The trays are made and finished by hand with intricately detailed patterns on every tray. The craftsmen and women responsible finish each tray with its own unique design so no two trays are ever the same. It's also available in 25cm and 45cm sizes so you're sure to find the right one for you.

Check out these these Tall Glass Tumblers I've spied which are also from Moroccan Bazaar - I need these in my life; aren't they just gorgeous? As a food blogger I'm looking forward to using this tray in future posts and feeling inspired I'm going to make Moroccan Mint Tea so watch out for that 😉
For more information and other beautiful Moroccan products including kitchen and tableware, lighting, soft furnishings and furniture pop over to Moroccan Bazaar or if you're lucky enough to live near enough you can visit their showroom and warehouse in Greenford West London.

Twitter @MBazaarUK

Disclosure: Many thanks to David at Moroccan Bazaar for sending me the tray to blog about. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was not required to write anything positive.

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