Peshkir2 - Spiral (Change and Growth)
  • Peshkir2 - Spiral (Change and Growth)
  • Peshkir2 - Spiral (Change and Growth)
  • Peshkir2 - Spiral (Change and Growth)

Peshkir2 - Spiral (Change and Growth)

Size
35cm x 50cm. 2 pieces
Material
%100 cotton
Care
Machine wash at 30 degrees.
Region
Buldan

2nd generation Mesele Peshkirs are woven in Buldan, with traditional techniques on handlooms, that have 80% slower stroke speed than the ones used in mass production. The symbols are hand sewn from naturally dyed wool yarns on 100% cotton peshkirs.


Absorbent.
Dries quickly. 
Lightweight and takes up little space. 
Kind to your skin. 
Pre-washed and soft.
Sold in packs of two as White-Red, Red-White and Black-White. 
Can be used in the kitchen as a hand towel, dish cloth or pot-holder, in the bathroom as a face, hair, hand or guest towel, or at the dinner table as a napkin or place mat.

ABOUT PESHKIR
This special Anatolian cloth is known as the ancestor of towels, with the name coming from the Farsi Piş (front) and Gir (to hold). Found in many regions and palaces, it was used as a place setting or a napkin placed on the lap, and was given great importance in the Ottoman palace. In the present day, still keeping its function as a napkin it can also be used as a towel.

Color

A Matter of Karma in Buddhism

Buddhism makes frequent use of symbols and ideograms, and very often uses the image of the spiral which symbolizes change and development. The spiral shape can be found in human physiology, plants, animals, minerals and even in the air. With its shape that has no beginning and no end, it symbolizes our journey on the path to self-discovery.

It is a Matter of…
Every end is a beginning, and what comes and goes is not our body, but our spirit. The key concept is to simplify. Always do what is best for your spirit, for this is the only way to add meaning to the endless adventure that is the cycle of life.

 

Gifting Reasons

With the never-ending shape of the spiral, this is the perfect gift to give to those who are addicted to the idea of evolution, for those friends who are always open to change, or for those close to you who are always renewing themselves, as a way of showing your respect. When you think of a “new job gift, wedding gift, Valentine's Day gift, anniversary gift, birthday gift” this is the first thing that comes to mind.

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Absorbent.
Dries quickly. 
Lightweight and takes up little space. 
Kind to your skin. 
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Absorbent.
Dries quickly. 
Lightweight and takes up little space. 
Kind to your skin. 
Pre-washed and soft.
Sold in packs of two as White-Red, Red-White and Black -White. 
Can be used in the kitchen as a hand towel, dish cloth or pot-holder, in the bathroom as a face, hair, hand or guest towel, or at the dinner table as a napkin or place mat.

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Dries quickly.
Lightweight and takes up little space.
Kind to your skin.
Pre-washed and soft.
Sold in packs of two as  White-Black and Black-White.
Can be used in the kitchen as a hand towel, dish cloth or pot-holder, in the bathroom as a face, hair, hand or guest towel, or at the dinner table as a napkin or place mat.

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This special Anatolian cloth is known as the ancestor of towels, with the name coming from the Farsi Piş (front) and Gir (to hold). Found in many regions and palaces, it was used as a place setting or a napkin placed on the lap, and was given great importance in the Ottoman palace. In the present day, still keeping its function as a napkin it can also be used as a towel.

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Absorbent.
Dries quickly. 
Lightweight and takes up little space. 
Kind to your skin. 
Pre-washed and soft.
Sold in packs of two as White-Red, Red-White, White-Black and Black -White. 
Can be used in the kitchen as a hand towel, dish cloth or pot-holder, in the bathroom as a face, hair, hand or guest towel, or at the dinner table as a napkin or place mat.

ABOUT PESHKIR
This special Anatolian cloth is known as the ancestor of towels, with the name coming from the Farsi Piş (front) and Gir (to hold). Found in many regions and palaces, it was used as a place setting or a napkin placed on the lap, and was given great importance in the Ottoman palace. In the present day, still keeping its function as a napkin it can also be used as a towel.

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Absorbent.
Dries quickly. 
Lightweight and takes up little space. 
Kind to your skin. 
Pre-washed and soft.
Sold in packs of two as White-Red, Red-White and White-Black
Can be used in the kitchen as a hand towel, dish cloth or pot-holder, in the bathroom as a face, hair, hand or guest towel, or at the dinner table as a napkin or place mat.

ABOUT PESHKIR
This special Anatolian cloth is known as the ancestor of towels, with the name coming from the Farsi Piş (front) and Gir (to hold). Found in many regions and palaces, it was used as a place setting or a napkin placed on the lap, and was given great importance in the Ottoman palace. In the present day, still keeping its function as a napkin it can also be used as a towel.