Mamluk metal basin
Mamluk metal basin

Discover Islamic Art (MWNF).

Khashab Planter

The design is inspired from the 14th century Mamluk metal basin, found in the regions of Egypt and Syria. With its inverted sides, wide flaring rim, and exterior calligraphic and arabesque interlace engravings.

Khashab flower pot case sides contain a hexagon pattern variation engraving, with flamboyant blue and turquoise tones. The geometric angular character of the pattern is reflected into the form and the structure of the pot case. Can easily be assembled and dismantled without screws.

Khashab's Planter
Khashab's Planter

The first prototype.

Khashab Planter
Khashab Planter

Khashab Planter is created from Beechwood. With its inverted sides, wide flaring rim, and exterior calligraphic and arabesque interlace engravings.

Khashab Planter
Khashab Planter

Can easily be assembled and dismantled without screws.

Khashab's Planters
Khashab's Planters

Khashab flower pot case sides contain a hexagon pattern variation engraving, with flamboyant blue and turquoise tones. The geometric angular character of the pattern is reflected into the form and the structure of the pot case.