Story: Tagine in Moroccan culture is used to describe the earthenware, cone shaped tabletop vessel used to steam dishes and enhance flavor. Each piece is one of a kind. Perfect for food service and decor.
Our tagines are meant for service only and should not be used for baking.
Material | Tamegroute pottery gets its name from the Tamegroute village in Morocco where it is made. Clay is pulled from the river in the Draa Valley and hand-formed then glazed and fired at high temperatures.
Care | Hand wash only. Do not place directly on stove.
*Please note: hand-made nature will come with slight variations.
Dimensions | 7” tall / 10.5" at widest point