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Moroccan taous plate


The "Taous" range you mentioned is indeed a traditional Moroccan decorative style inspired by Chinese porcelain. It features a polychrome decoration of birds and flowers, typically in shades of blue, red, and white, with gold accents.

The influence of Chinese porcelain on Moroccan decorative arts can be traced back to the 14th century when trade routes connected the two regions. Chinese porcelain, particularly the blue and white ceramics of the Ming Dynasty, fascinated Moroccan artisans and influenced their own pottery and decorative traditions.

The "Taous" range is characterized by its intricate designs and motifs, often depicting birds, flowers, and geometric patterns. These designs are meticulously hand-painted onto ceramic or porcelain surfaces using vibrant colors and embellished with gold reserves or gilding.

The "Taous" style is commonly found on various ceramic items, including plates, bowls, vases, and decorative tiles. It is highly regarded for its beauty and craftsmanship and is sought after by collectors and those interested in Moroccan traditional arts and crafts.

The fusion of Chinese and Moroccan artistic influences in the "Taous" range exemplifies the cross-cultural exchange that has shaped Moroccan decorative traditions over the centuries. It represents a unique blend of Chinese and Moroccan aesthetics, resulting in a distinctive and visually captivating decorative style.


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