Vintage Uzbek Serving Bowl 16 cm


These beautiful porcelain bowls were produced in the Western regions of the former Soviet Union. In the tradition of the historic Silk Road, they are typically hand-carried to Istanbul by the Turkic speaking people of Uzbekistan.

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VINTAGE UZBEK BOWL | ÖZBEK KASE

These beautiful porcelain bowls were produced in the Western regions of the former Soviet Union. In the tradition of the historic Silk Road, they are typically hand-carried to Istanbul by the Turkic speaking people of Uzbekistan.

  • 16 centimeter
  • Porcelain | Porselen
  • Made in Uzbekistan | Özbek Malı
  • 35-40 Years Old | 35-40 Yaşında
  • Curated in Istanbul, Turkey


 



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