Peskir - Water (Empathy)
  • Peskir - Water (Empathy)
  • Peskir - Water (Empathy)
  • Peskir - Water (Empathy)
  • Peskir - Water (Empathy)

Peshkir - Water (Empathy)

Size
45cm x 90cm
Color
White
Material
80% cotton, 20% bamboo
Care
Machine wash at 30 degrees.
Region
Buldan

Woven on looms in the town of Buldan using traditional methods, with one side woven in bamboo, and the other in cotton, the symbols on these double-layered peshkirs are embroidered using natural wool thread.

Absorbent.
Dries quickly. 
Lightweight and takes up little space. 
Kind to your skin. 
Ideal for babies. 
Retains its softness for a long time thanks to the bamboo content.

Can be used in the kitchen as a hand towel, dish cloth or pot-holder, in the bathroom as a face or hand 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.

A Matter of Elements in Nature

Our ancestors believed that there were 4 elements which led humanity to transition from chaos to a settled life. These elements are fire, earth, water and air. Scientist have examined these four elements in four states: solid, liquid, gas and plasma. Alchemy describes the four elements as blood fire, body earth, emotional water, breathing air, and a fifth element described as the elements of the human spirit. While the explanations for these elements have differed over time, their importance has remained a constant. Water is emotional, feminine and is the symbol of intuition. It tells us to go with the flow when living life. It symbolizes sleep, secrecy and the subconscious. It can be both the giver, and the taker of life.

It is a Matter of…
Our ancestors believed that human beings consisted of these 4 elements, and that illnesses and differences in behavior originated from these elements. You get the idea: If you say that you can’t feel anything, that your emotions are dried out, just give yourself some water. And never forget that water is no joking matter.
NOTE: Water is especially beneficial to Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces star signs.

Gifting Reasons:

With water representing transparency and femininity, this is the perfect gift to give to those whom you love as a way of conveying your beautiful feelings, or as a way of trying to create empathy between you and a friend with whom you have had a falling out, something you can give as a peace offering or reconciliation gift.

When you think of a “Valentine’s Day gift, Mother’s Day gift, friendship gift, anniversary gift, birthday gift, making up gift, or a gift for someone born under the Cancer star sign, the Scorpio star sign or the Pisces star sign” this is the first thing that comes to mind.

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Ideal for babies.
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Can be used in the kitchen as a hand towel, dish cloth or pot-holder, in the bathroom as a face or hand towel, or at the dinner table as a napkin or place mat.

ABOUT PESHKIR: 
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Dries quickly. 
Lightweight and takes up little space. 
Kind to your skin. 
Ideal for babies. 
Retains its softness for a long time thanks to the bamboo content.

Can be used in the kitchen as a hand towel, dish cloth or pot-holder, in the bathroom as a face or hand towel, or at the dinner table as a napkin or place mat.

ABOUT PESHKIR: 
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Absorbent.
Dries quickly. 
Lightweight and takes up little space. 
Kind to your skin. 
Ideal for babies. 
Retains its softness for a long time thanks to the bamboo content.

Can be used in the kitchen as a hand towel, dish cloth or pot-holder, in the bathroom as a face or hand 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.