Hozan Zangana Haft Sin porcelain tableware in dark earth

Zangana, Hozan

One of the rituals performed during Nowruz (Persian New Year celebration) is the setting of a Sofraye Haft Sin - a table or dining cloth, prepared with seven (or more) items starting with the letter S. Each of the items has a symbolic meaning that is strongly rooted in the culture of Persians & Medes (Kurdish). This ancient tradition is presented in a modern way. Inspired by Nastaleeq calligraphy, these items are minimized to the bare essentials. Without the classical ornaments the focus goes to the ingredients which are the spirit of Haft Sin. Every piece was crafted to symbolize it’s traditional meaning while keeping an eye for contemporary aesthetics. 

Available in eight different sizes and shapes.

The measurements stated are those of the large platter at the top left.

  • 7590
  • Price on request
  • 2.0 In / 5.0 cm
  • 14.6 In / 37.0 cm

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