Artisan: Alisher Rakhimov
This one-of-a-kind, hand-painted, decorative Uzbek bowl features a playful fish design. Display it on its own or group them together for a lovely centrepiece. They can also be used as stylish spots for storing small items like paper clips, rings or loose change.
This bowl is the product of the ancient ceramics tradition in Uzbekistan dating back more than 2,000 years. During the Soviet Union's seven-decade rule "production" largely declined but after independence in 1991 the craft has had a grand revival and still today dominate the architecture of many Uzbek cities with its tiled dorms and historic buildings.
• Dimensions: approximately 4" (10cm) d. x 1.2" (3cm) h.
|Along with his father, Abbar, Alisher Rakhimov continues a family tradition. Their line of ceramicists dates from the 18th-century and their historical knowledge encompasses over 2,000 years of ceramics made in what is now Uzbekistan. During the Soviet Union’s seven-decade rule, regional crafts in its 15 republics largely declined...
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