Vintage silver braclet for rashaiad tribes in egypt and sudan , The Rashida are descendants of 19th-century immigrants from Saudi Arabia presently occupying the area centered around Kassala in Sudan, though occasionally traveling through the Eastern Desert to Shalateen. As in other Arab tribal traditions, the women wear colorful fabrics and craft many things out of beads such as wall hangings, eils and jewels. Women of the Rashida tribe make the silver jewelry.
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Among acacia trees in Shalateen, an area in the southern stretch of the Red Sea, about 250km south of Marsa Alam . . . . . . . .