Soap Holder Sejjadeh Urjuwan
The Sejjadeh Urjuwan soap holder is part of the stunning Images d’Orient range.
The Images d’Orient range was designed in Lebanon by Peggy Raphael Dabar. Peggy’s aim was to combine the charm of her Mediterranean heritage with a practical and contemporary look.
The Images d’Orient products were chosen and included by Metroscope, as it complements our wares made in Morocco.
Soap holders are a useful and a beautiful way to keep your soap on the handbasin. They do not scratch the enamel on your basin and they are easy to clean. They come attractively packaged in a cardboard pack.
The design of this soap holder is called Sejjadeh Urjuwan. The floor of the Mediterranean residences of the 1930s and 1940s were covered with ceramic tiles of various patterns. These terrazzo tiles were unrivalled for their colours and designs. Juxtaposed, they created a gigantic picture, thus their nickname ‘sejjadeh’ or carpet.
The soap holders are made from PVC and are washable, heat resistant and durable.
Size: Each Sejjadeh Urjuwan soap holder measures 10 x 12cm.
Care: Wash under the tap and use a nail brush or your finger nails to clean off any stubborn bits of soap.