Lovely hand-crafted Moroccan Creamer with hand-hammering, engraving and repousse flowers. Traditionally used to hold sugar for the Moroccan Tea Ceremony. This item is originally from Fes, Morocco and has been passed down through generations. Signed by the silversmith on the bottom.
This lovely antique Moroccan silver tea sugar creamer comes from the ancient city of Fes, Morocco. Used for many generations to serve sugar (but also perfect for cream) this small round silver pitcher is beautifully decorated in repousse and engraving. Four dainty decorated solid silver melange feet are welded to the bottom. Entirely handmade and original. Engraved on the bottom with Arabic engraving that reads Good Silver and the silversmith's name.
Early 20th century
Measures: 12.5cm long x 7.5cm wide x 7cm tall.