Sun Dipping Set

By Kamsah

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This handmade dipping set is made up of one large plate and seven smaller plates for dipping or serving. Put them together to create a bright, colorful sun. Each piece is made by local women for a fair wage in Neapolis, Tunisia, a city that’s been making renowned ceramics for centuries. And Kamsah supports the region even further, giving 10% of its profits to causes that benefit its artisans.

  • Materials: Fire ceramics
  • Care: Dishwasher, microwave, oven, and freezer safe
  • Includes one dipping set of 7 small plates and 1 large plate
  • Handcrafted and hand-painted by artisans being paid fair wages
  • 6 sun rays and the circular core of the sun break into 7 small plates
  • One large sun-shaped plate underneath holds ensemble together
  • Can be used as a dipping set or to hold condiments, nuts, salsa, chips and more
  • Can be used as a jewelry holder
  • One-of-a-kind pieces
  • Food-safe, PTFE- and lead-free
  • 10% of proceeds go back to local associations led by women artisans to empower them and improve their education infrastructure
  • Made in Tunisia
  • Dimensions: Small: 4.5" x 7" x 1"; Large: 13.5" x 13.5" x 2"
  • Weight: Small: 3 lbs.; Large: 5 lbs.

2 Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Beautiful set

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We received this as a wedding gift and love using it while entertaining our guests. The hand-made quality and beauty really shines through and we're so happy that 10% goes to support the artisans.More > < Less

4

Pretty but the large isn't very large

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I bought two- one for me and one for gift. I can't imagine what you would use the small one for as the large isn't very large.

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Handmade to hand you peace, prosperity & snacks.

About Kamsah

Ceramic Tradition

The unique serving pieces from Kamsah—like their colorful hamsa dish—are handmade in Neapolis, Tunisia. This area is known as the Mediterranean’s ceramics center, with a history that dates back centuries.

To support this age-old craft, Kamsah pays the local women who make each piece a fair wage. And they give 10% of their proceeds to organizations benefiting those artisans. Everything is beautiful and meaningful, from the wave mug and coaster set to the eye-catching sun and hamsa dipping sets (made up of several small dishes that create the hamsa hand). It’s all safe for the dishwasher, microwave, and freezer, and is PTFE- and lead-free, too.

We appreciate Kamsah’s help in ensuring the artists and their tradition of craftsmanship continue to thrive. And we think it’s fitting the name Kamsah comes from the "hamsa" symbol, which stands for peace, protection, and prosperity.