A traditional piece, which displays the natural evolution of the craft and the adaptation of Man in a desert environment. It is a natural leather sac and is considered a contemporary alternative to the ancient water bag "Qerbah". Across the span of thousands of years, local Red Sea Desert settlers have traditionally made the ‘Qerbah’ from natural goatskin treated with the Acacia tree fruits. Its traditional use has now evolved to a handbag for excursions or to hold musical instruments. It is an item of value for those who appreciate unique artifacts of a wealthy heritage. its brand name orginate from the name of endangered "Nubain ibex" wild-animal in Gabel Elba Protectorate.
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Gabel Elba Parks' Artisans
Among acacia trees in Shalateen, an area in the southern stretch of the Red Sea, about 250km south of Marsa Alam . . . . . . . .