Our digital-printed plate collections are a mix and match of the designer’s archive of nostalgic images from the Middle East.
The ‘Tahiya with Flowers’ set of plates illustrate the charming image of Tahiya Kiryoka, Egypt’s faouse actress and belly dancer front he 1950s. Rana Salam adds her signature graphics to each plate by placing roses in her hair and retaining the original Arabic graphics found on the cover of the magazine that says ‘ Ya Nassib!’ meaning ‘What luck!’. The colors are that of the original graphics retaining nostalgia and its charm.The plates work beautifully together for any gathering, tea party or decorating your walls.
Our plates can be brought as a set of six retaining the theme or individually mixed with plates from another set.
If any of our plates are out of stock we can produce these on a next day order with no problem whatsoever.
Size: 21cm diameter
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