Peşkir - Elibelinde (Üretkenlik)

Ebat
Saçaksız 45cm x 90cm
Renk
Beyaz
Materyal
%80 koton %20 bambu
Bakım
30 derecede makinede yıkayabilirsiniz.
Yöre
Buldan

Buldan’da, eski usullere göre kara tezgahlarda dokunan bir tarafı bambu, bir tarafı pamuk bu çift kat dokuma peşkirlerin üzerine semboller, doğal yün ipliklerle  işlenmiştir.

Emicidir.
Çabuk kurur.
Hafiftir ve az yer kaplar.
Cilt dostudur.
Bebekler için idealdir.
Bambu sayesinde yumuşaklığını uzun süre korur.

Mutfakta el havlusu, kurulama bezi ya da tutacak olarak, banyoda yüz ya da el için havlu olarak, sofrada Amerikan servisi ya da peçete olarak kullanabilirsiniz.

PEŞKİR HAKKINDA: Farsça piş (ön) ve gir (tutan) sözcüklerinden türetilen ve havlunun atası kabul edilen özel bir Anadolu dokumasıdır. Birçok yörede ve sarayda, yer sofrasının altına konulup diz üzerinde peçete olarak kullanılmıştır. Osmanlı sarayında, peşkir ağası istihdam edecek kadar önem verilmiştir. 

Stoktaki son ürünler

Anadolu’da Bereket Meselesi

8000 yıllık bir tarihe sahip olan Anadolu, insanların önce mağara resimleri, ardından semboller ve yazıyla kendilerini ilk ifade ettikleri topraklardandır. Kilimlere, çömleklere, kıyafetlere ya da evlere işlenen binlerce yıllık sembollerden biri olan Elibelinde, dişiliğin simgesi olarak doğurganlıkla birlikte kısmet, bereket ve mutluluğu da sembolize eder.

Meselesi:

Her şey nasip kısmet meselesi diye kendinizi uyutup, hayatınızı edilgen edilgen geçirmeyin. ‘Kontrolsüz güç, güç değildir’ felsefesiyle hareket edip kendi kısmetinizi yaratmanın haklı gururunu yaşayın. 

Hediye Sebebi:

Binlerce yıllık inanışa göre dişiliğin en eski anlatımlarından biri olan sembolü ile, annenize, eşinize veya üretken dostlarınıza övgünüzü göstermek için sunabileceğiniz bir hediye meselesidir.

‘Kadınlar için hediye, doğum hediyesi, Anneler Günü hediyesi, Sevgililer Günü hediyesi, yıl dönümü hediyesi, teşekkür hediyesi, doğum günü hediyesi’ dendi mi, hemen akla gelir.

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