Valentine is over, but the evenings and nights continue to be icy cold.The lanterns create that warmth. Put some tea lights inside them and feel the change.
The spicy borlotti beans and Swiss chard meal can be eaten with bread, potatoes or rice.
For Spicy beans
For Swiss chard
We love our products at Zaliwana Accessories. The majority of them are Handmade and globally sourced- the United Kingdom included! Unique products are always at the heart of our ethos.Quality, attention to detail, limited quantities and the uniqueness of each and every product which therefore provides an original and pure beauty to the finished article.
Although we source our products globally, a great deal of thought goes into the type of communities we procure these from. Believe it or not, a lot of it is word of mouth…”great quality, handmade, unique, different, vibrant, small family business, old unique traditions…” are some of the phrases that enable us to make our decisions.
Our beautiful purses are made by villagers in Transylvania, using old beading sewing traditions.Working around the family is very important in these traditional homesteads.
Traditions of mouth blowing glass are fast dying out in Europe, fortunately some countries like Poland, and the Czech republic still hang on to these. Our site stocks this maginificent glassware.
Attention to detail is crucial in the making of our products-only a few items are made in each range. Here, Piri sews some of the quilts we stock. An extremely talented seamstress with years of great experience.
Vertel is a well known Hungarian ceramist. She is extremely talented at creating life like forms from clay
Life like creatures.
Vertel was born in 1953 in Budapest. She learnt how to draw from Pál Mizser and Huba Bálványos.
She has been creating personal exhibitions as well as joint exhibitions since 1979. Clay as a form of self-expression was first introduced to her at the Secondary School of Visual Arts (or Kisképző). She studied under István Sándor and Lőrinc Győző. Vertel has been a member of the National Association of Artists since 1992.
In 1994, she worked at the International Ceramics Studio in Kecskemét on a scholarship. For 30 years, her work has been available nationwide in the galleries of the Képcsarnok company. Since 1998, she has been exhibiting her garden sculptures in the arboretum of the Corvinus University at the Horticulture Exhibition every April. This place greatly inspires her to create a new kind of garden culture. She makes frost proof ceramic sculptures and flowerpots that could grace gardens in every season.