Distinguished by its multi-colored glazes, with multiple firings in the kiln, the Zaghwan Stoneware Collection takes its name from the beautiful Zaghwan mountain in Tunisia. Home to natural springs, it supplied water to Roman Carthage via the 130-kilometer Zaghwan Aqueduct. Elements of this magnificent example of Roman engineering exist to this day, ancient reminders of architectural prowess of the Roman civilization. Other parts of the piping system are still in use today, serving the large population of the city of Tunis.
When we think of Zaghwan, we think of amazing design and timeless value. This beautiful stoneware connects us in a modern way to the creativity that supplied daily sustenance to generations of peoples in North Africa.