Engraved Arabic Alpaca Teapot | Alcazaba decoration - Decoración Alcazaba
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  • Engraved Arabic Alpaca Teapot 4 Sizes

    Engraved Arabic alpaca teapot. The Moorish teapot par excellence, the classic one, for drinking tea and your favorite infusions. A Moroccan tea with mint? It never goes out of style. In addition to being a teapot for use, it is also great decorating any corner of our dining room or kitchen, or even in our living room, on a tea table or your favorite corner. It is also attractive on a shelf in our living room or bedroom.

    The engravings are typical Arabic, decorating the sides of the teapot. Made 100% by hand, in silver nickel silver. Some models have legs and others do not. This model is ideal for preparing your tea directly over the fire, on the stove.

    You can complete your favorite Moorish tea set by adding a matching nickel silver tray to your order, and a set of colored glasses, a sugar bowl and spoons. Everything ready for tea time!

    Made in Morocco.

    Available in 4 sizes to choose from.

    DIMENSIONS

    Mini - 250 ml approx | Dimensions: 14x15cm - Approx 3 tea glasses

    Small - 400 ml approx | Dimensions: 17x17cm - Approx 4-5 tea glasses

    Medium - 750 ml approx | Dimensions: 22x20cm - Approx 8-9 tea glasses

    Large - 1200ml approx | Dimensions: 24x20cm - Approx 12-14 tea glasses

    ABOUT THE HISTORY OF TEA IN MOROCCO

    Most people think that the tradition of tea in Morocco has always existed. In fact, tea is a popular beverage and is drunk several times a day.

    However, history tells us the opposite regarding its origin.

    Tea appeared in China 5,000 years ago. Back then it was a drink reserved for the king and his court. Several centuries later, an Arab merchant spoke of tea for the first time and described it as "an herb that has more leaves than clover and more flavor."

    Then, during the reign of Sultan Mulay Ismail, tea entered Morocco, but it remained a drink reserved for the court.

    It will take a few years for it to become a popular drink and an essential element in Maghrebi culture.

    Morocco has always produced some of the best artisan teapots in the world. And for all these years, its artisans have worked with silver, gold, nickel silver, wood and others... Developing increasingly original sculptures and drawings.

    This Moroccan teapot in carved nickel silver will be the centerpiece of your Arabic tea set. Beautiful and original, it leaves the tea hot and tasty.