Meaning ‘gift’ in Arabic, Atiya celebrates the exuberant spirit inherent in the art of the Arab world. Representing the infinite beauty of divine perfection, cunning interlaced motifs encompass both rigid linework and the more expressive nature of organic pattern. Mesmerising leaf and tendril arabesques, derived from the carved pulpit of a 15th century Egyptian mosque, stand in contrast against the mathematical precision of more formal geometry, each accentuating the other, in a collection for the home and entertaining.

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