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Moroccan Handmade Serving Tagine Exquisite Ceramic Vivid colors

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Hand painted serving tagines . This tagine should be used only for serving your fabulous dishes that you cooked on our cooking tagines. Care: wash it with a soapy sponge . could be machine washable , do not use in microwave. Treasures of Morocco items are handmade so they have imperfection. This is not considered damaged or improperly made this is part of the beauty of not being factory made.Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen.

Moroccan Handmade Serving Tagine Exquisite Ceramic Vivid colors

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Volume XIV, Number 2 | spring 2021

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Friendship cannot exist “between the well-fed, prosperous / and the lean and down-and-out in the world,” states the Panchatantra, a collection of Indian animal fables from around the third century bc. In one story, when a crow tries to befriend a mole after witnessing his impressive skill in escaping from hunters’ traps, the mole exclaims, “You are the eater; I am the food. What kind of friendship can exist between us?”

Real friends offer both hard truths and soft landings.

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