A set consisting of Turkish Delights in a ceramic pot with an Iznik-inspired design.
This giftset is also known as a bonbonniere - a name referring to the centuries-old tradition of giving a pot of sugar delicacies for good luck.
Iznik ceramics, is a style of pottery that originated from the town of Iznik in Anatolia (Ottoman Turkey) from around 1540-70. The style is characterised by elaborate, intricate designs and shades of blue, turquoise, red and green.
The shape of the pot itself is inspired by bonboniers: a centuries-old European tradition for the hosts of a celebration to give their guests a little box (or bonbonniere) made from porcelain and containing sugar delicacies that were meant to bestow good luck on their guests. This bonbonniere is ceramic and hand- painted - ideal as a culturally-inspired gift.
The pot contains rose Turkish Delights (approx. 30 provided) and is available in red or blue as shown; one will be selected at random when you place your order.