Watch: Pottery in Lebanon

At Bkerzay, one of Lebanon's oldest crafts is maintained by three artisans.

Pottery, a craft so ingrained in Lebanese culture it is written into the history of the land. Ceramic remnants can often be found at excavation sites across the country, connecting modern potters to the craftspeople of the past.

Three potters at Bkerzay continue to make traditional pottery with modern updates keeping this classic craft alive for generations to come.

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The Yadawi Collection, handmade by our artisan partners at Art of Heritage, Riyadh.

 

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