(Unique product-only one piece) The work of Al Ababda and Bisharia tribes from the Southern Red Sea, this piece displays their innovative approach towards the preservation of their daily drink namely ‘Al Japana’. It has turned their coffee drinking time into a festive daily event. This specially designed carrier of the coffee pot or “Japana” is a small traditional artifact. Its name comes form the local word ‘Laway’ which signifies ‘the carrier’. It is made from naturally treated goat leather and is completely covered with multicolored beads & ornamental patterns depicting local environments. It is a small decorative piece, which may be used as a holder for domestic or office items.
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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 . . . . . . . .