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The Djerba Inspired Mini Collection

The Djerba Inspired Mini Collection

Djerba is a little spot in the Mediterranean that has been developing a culture of its own. Visitors often fall in love with the traditional architecture, clothing, and small streets full of secrets to discover.

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The Ultimate Guide to Moknine Pottery

The Ultimate Guide to Moknine Pottery

Moknine is a Tunisian Sahel city surrounded by clay hills. It inherited the traditional pottery that has evolved in this region till now from the Phoenicians.

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The Ultimate Guide to Tunisian Olive Wood

The Ultimate Guide to Tunisian Olive Wood

Due to its lifespan and its fruit, olives, the evergreen olive tree is a symbol of fertility. It has become a cultural touchstone, notably in the Mediterranean region, due to its ability to grow on parched soil and ....

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3 Interior Decorating Styles With Pillows And Blankets To Create The Ultimate Cozy Home

3 Interior Decorating Styles With Pillows And Blan....

 

But what are the best ways to get your home ready for autumn and winter? We already mentioned it but the ultimate answer here are pillows and blankets. That is why I think it is time to put them into the spotlight. I’ve compiled a....

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Why Everyone Should Source Handmade for the Holidays

Why Everyone Should Source Handmade for the Holida....

As the holiday season of 2022 approaches, your business is probably on the lookout for additions to the gift catalog. While sourcing gifts can be fun, it can also be tricky, as you have to choose right now about wha....

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Traditions Revived: Amazigh ceramics and pottery

Traditions Revived: Amazigh ceramics and pottery

We have already written about ceramic designs and their origins. While most ceramic styles stem from French, Spanish and Turkish influences,  when walking around the medina and souks today you can find many cer....

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Traditions Revived: Amazigh Rugs

Traditions Revived: Amazigh Rugs

Amazigh rugs are known by their vivid and warm colors and geometric shapes, made out of handspun wool. The design of Amazigh rugs can be read like a book full of signs and s....

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Traditions Revived: Amazigh Symbolism

Traditions Revived: Amazigh Symbolism

Do you like to get to know the Amazighs people, their cultures and their traditions ? Don....

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New In Pottery: Because Plants Need A Home Too

New In Pottery: Because Plants Need A Home Too

The term pottery designates vases and containers for primarily domestic or culinary use made of porous terracotta which may remain rough or receive a glazed coating. By metonymy, the term pottery also designates the production technique and the po....

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In the Spotlight: Olive Wood Chess Boards

In the Spotlight: Olive Wood Chess Boards

With the long history Qartaj has with olive wood, it is time to put our olive wood chess boards in the spotlight.

Discover our Olive Wood Chess Boards.

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