Small tea bowls from Uzbekistan, IV Quarter 20th Century

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These small bowls, the “Pjala”, were meant for tea. Teaware is one of the most important everyday item in Central Asia. There was always the opportunity to get hot water in a small pot over a samovar and to re-brew the tea. The tea houses of the country are called “Choyhona”.

size: ca. 5.5 cm high, diameter ca. 10 cm, sprayed by hand with stencils
IV quarter of the 20th century

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Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg