In a world that is becoming increasingly conscious of sustainability and the environment, there's a growing appreciation for products that reflect a harmonious relationship with nature. One such art form that embodies this ethos is the crafting of exquisite products from natural palm fibers, a tradition that thrives in the heart of Tunisia. Let's take a journey into the captivating world of handmade natural palm fiber products and discover the intricate steps of their production.
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Qartaj aims to promote and share the ancestral knowledge of Artisans, protect endangered craftsman and women, innovate in this creative industry and contribute to design new products related to our customers needs.
We designed a solution with specific services that gives you the ability to buy directly from the best Tunisian artisans.
Tunisian Handicraft Diversity
Olive Wood - Ceramics - Rugs
The sector of handicrafts has experienced a somewhat turbulent development. From a situation of ignorance in the past, crafts today play an important role in the economic and social development of many countries, including Tunisia. There are about a hundred different artisanal trades that provide a living for over a million people.
It is clear that crafts occupy an important economic and cultural place in the North African country. Some of the best-known trades are textile weaving, leather, wood, pottery and ceramics. Qartaj started in 2015 and continues to be an international platform for the export and business of the finest Tunisian handmade products. We have chosen to specialise in traditionally handmade rugs, olive wood products, ceramics, textile weaving and halfa grass products.
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Posted: August 30, 2023|Categories: Natural Palm Fiber
Tunisian rugs are a type of handicraft that has been produced in Tunisia for centuries. These rugs are known for their intricate designs, vibrant colors, and high-quality craftsmanship. Tunisian rugs are typically made using a combination of techniques, including knotting, embroidery, and weaving.