Our Story

We are proud to offer you an exclusive, directly sourced and ever-changing collection of authentic, handmade, heirloom quality Moroccan goods. Curated exclusively for your tastes and ethically crafted by individual artisans with whom we have longstanding relationships. Our mission is to introduce Moroccan culture and handicrafts to a broader audience, and our commitment is to you – our customers. You’re helping support generational artistans and craftspeople who have been offering their wares in local souks for decades. Practical, breathtaking, utilitarian and also works of art, each item from our lovely silver plate to our hand thrown pottery has been hand selected for uniqueness, authenticity and value. Thanks to our founder’s deep business ties to the various towns and cities from which these exquisite items originate, you too can have a bit of that rich tradition and charming décor in your home.

Featured Products

Blog

The Moroccan Teapot

The Moroccan Teapot

A cup of tea is all it takes to uplift the mood and make a gloomy day a bit sunnier. Whether you are having an unpleasant day or you are looking to restore your tired spirit, a cup of tea can do the trick. When the tea is steeped in a beautifully crafted teapot and served in alluring glasses, the whole experience elevates, especially when you are having one of the most renowned hot beverages. 

May 29, 2020 by Rachid Chakir
Chicken Tagine with Harissa and preserved lemon

Chicken Tagine with Harissa and preserved lemon

Chicken Tagine with Harissa and preserved lemon
April 25, 2020 by Rachid Chakir
MOROCCAN TAGINE: AN INTRODUCTION TO COOKING WITH A MOROCCAN TAGINE POT

MOROCCAN TAGINE: AN INTRODUCTION TO COOKING WITH A MOROCCAN TAGINE POT

One of Morocco’s greatest culinary achievements is its tasty tagines. This hearty, healthy stew cooks and simmers in a uniquely designed pot of the same name. But what makes the tagine pot so special? Does Moroccan tagine have to be cooked in a tagine pot?

 

Here’s a primer on the tagine pot and its importance in Moroccan cuisine.

February 25, 2019 by Rachid Chakir