Tagine Pots, Without The Chemicals

Kamsah's proprietary handcrafting process ensures that your tagines are made of the highest quality, with absolutely no aesthetic defects and no toxic paint and dyes.


Each piece is made by local women for a fair wage in Nabeul, Tunisia, a city that’s been making renowned ceramics for centuries.


These heavy, cone-shaped lids help the slow-cooking process by trapping the steam inside and allowing it to trickle back down into the pot, creating dishes that are moist and rich in concentrated flavors.

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passing on the traditions

Meet The Artisans

We pride ourselves in working hand-in-hand with local artisans from around the world, in order to bring you only those products that have been touched, formed and created by hand, as they have been for thousands of years.


We believe that each artisan deserves a living wage for their beautiful, one-of-a-kind works, and we are proud to support their efforts and encourage the passing on of the old ways. The attention to detail is tangible – just touch your feet to our rugs or let your hands run over our lampshades and you’ll feel the difference.


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