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Persis Collection


The haft sin set is handmade and made of ceramic and is inspired by Fish & Kilim.

Set of 7 plates and a mirror

  • Plate Size: 16 cm
  • Mirror Size: 20 x 30 cm
  • Under glaze painting at a temperature of 1100 degrees
  • Lead-free glaze and can be used to serve hot materials
  • Technique: Subglaze
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Design: Fish & Kilim
  • Artist: Azade Panirian

Due to the shape of the dishes, the sizes are approximate.

Handwash only


Haft Seen (also spelled Haft Sin) is a traditional table setting used during the Persian New Year celebration of Nowruz, which falls on the spring equinox. The name Haft Seen means “seven S’s,” and refers to the seven symbolic items that are placed on the table as part of the display. These items are traditionally placed on a cloth or tray, and each item represents a wish for the new year. The items often include:

Sabzeh: sprouts or grass, symbolizing rebirth and renewal
Samanu: a sweet pudding made from wheat germ, symbolizing affluence
Senjed: dried fruit of the oleaster tree, symbolizing love
Serkeh: vinegar, symbolizing age and patience
Sib: apples, symbolizing health and beauty
Somaq: sumac berries, symbolizing sunrise
Sorb: garlic, symbolizing medicine and health

The Haft Seen set can be colorful and decorative, with each of the seven items displayed in a way that is pleasing to the eye. It is common to see Haft Seen sets that include symbols such as flowers, candles, and other decorative elements that represent the wishes for the new year. The Haft Seen set is an important part of the Nowruz celebration, and is typically displayed in a prominent location in the home.

Click to see more Nowruz Haft-seen Sets.

Weight3 kg
Dimensions20 × 20 × 20 cm

Shamse, Fish

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