Spider Web (Fortune)

A Matter of Luck in Native America 

The spider, personified as the “Grandmother” by the Native Americans, weaves the web of destiny. The natives who find a spider web in their homes, believe that the spider has left it there for good luck. The common belief that it brings bad luck to kill the spider who wove that web has brought the spider to a sacred level.

It is a Matter of…

From now on, do not forget to kindly leave the sacred spider who wove webs in your house, to streets. And for those of you who do not want to keep all those webs at home for good luck, here are our symbols. With Mesele, fate will weave its web in your favour, in the most sterile way possible. Just relax.

Enamel Rectangular Dish -...

TRY75.00

Dishwasher safe

Freezer safe

Oven safe

Easily heats up and conserves heat     

Combines resilience of steel with health benefits of glass

Can be used for serving all kinds of food and appetizers

Ideal for single serving oven recipes

Unlike porcelain, enamel doesn't lower the contained liquid's temperature quickly, but conserves it for long. We recommend you to handle them with oven mittens or a piece of cloth when they are hot.

Enamel Rectangular Tray -...

TRY120.00

Dishwasher safe

Freezer safe

Oven safe

Easily heats up and conserves heat

Combines resilience of steel with health benefits of glass

Ideal for all oven food recipes like lasagna and pastries

Can also be used as a serving tray

Unlike porcelain, enamel doesn't lower the contained liquid's temperature quickly, but conserves it for long. We recommend you to handle them with oven mittens or a piece of cloth when they are hot.

Peshkir2 - Spider Web...

TRY100.00

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 embroidered with 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  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.