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It transcends the immediate portraits and figures inscribed on the surface of the vase by providing a superior vision of art, beauty and permanence.


 
 
The concept of souvenirs has moved to many cultures and is still carrying on in our Lebanese society as part of our conventions. Very few took care of this and tried to keep it in progress. Fortunately, there is this large growing company that is specialized merely in making souvenirs owned by Mr. Zahar. It has supported this tradition to be a reality and a possibility enabling it to develop and flourish splendidly. Kelee's mission is to help us remember these special occasions from generation to generation till the very end.


It presents a wide collection of nice products from frames, candy boxes (bonbonnières), mirrors, statues, clocks, items for chocolate, magnets… anything you can imagine. All these products are decorated marvelously in a creative ways.

 

 

 

 

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Some centuries back ago especially during the 18th century specifically in the Greek culture, the idea of souvenirs started to spread widely.
Back then they used to have a vase called a " Grecian Urn", that had engraved paintings conveying a message and capturing a moment of truth. It transcends the immediate portraits and figures
  inscribed on the surface of the vase by providing
     a superior vision moment of truth.