KHATOON NOROOZ EGG
- Detailed hand-painted ceramic egg inspired by Persian art.
- Celebrate this Nowruz in style.
- Natural size.
- Price per unit.
- Each egg has different patterns.
Nowruz eggs, also known as Haft-Seen eggs, are a traditional part of the Persian New Year celebration, known as Nowruz. These eggs are typically hard-boiled and painted with bright colors, and they are often used as part of the Haft-Seen table setting, which is a special arrangement of items that symbolize different aspects of life and the natural world. The eggs represent fertility and the renewal of life, and they are typically placed on the Haft-Seen table along with other items such as garlic (to represent health), coins (to represent wealth), and wheat sprouts (to represent new beginnings).
During the Nowruz celebration, people decorate their homes with colorful flowers and other decorations, and they prepare special foods and drinks to mark the occasion. The celebration of Nowruz is an ancient tradition that has been passed down through the generations in Persian-speaking cultures, and it is still widely celebrated today in Iran, Afghanistan, and other countries in the region.