KORSI SOFREH HAFT SIN DOLL
Handmade Korsi sofreh Haft-sin with grandpa and grandma dolls.
A Korsi or korsí is a type of low table found in Iran, with a heater underneath it, and blankets were thrown over it. It is a traditional item of furniture in Iranian culture. A family or other gathering sits on the floor around the Korsi during meals and special events, like Nowruz.
- Choose from red and yellow colours.
- H: 23 x 18 cm
nane sarma Haft seen
“Nane Sarma” and “Haft Seen” are both related to the Persian New Year celebration of Norooz.
“Nane Sarma” is a traditional Persian dish that is often served during Norooz. It is a type of herb and vegetable frittata made with herbs such as parsley, cilantro, and dill, and is often served with yogurt.
“Haft Seen” is a traditional Norooz table setting that features seven items that begin with the letter “S” in Persian. These items include Sabzeh (wheat or lentil sprouts), Senjed (dried fruit from the lotus tree), Seer (apples), Seeb (coins), Somagh (sumac), Serkeh (vinegar), and Senjed (dried fruit from the lotus tree). Each of these items symbolizes a different aspect of Norooz, such as rebirth and renewal, health and abundance, and happiness and prosperity.
In summary, “Nane Sarma” is a traditional Persian dish that is often served during Norooz, while “Haft Seen” is a traditional Norooz table setting that features seven symbolic items.
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