A workshop is a space devoted to manufacturing, in a factory, in a craftsman or an artist.
The workshop is a moment of exchange and sharing of experiences and expertise. It will be used in particular to ensure that the participants build together a project or simply a reflection. Everyone will bring their own knowledge, in addition to that exposed at the start of the workshop by the invited specialists.
A workshop is a collaborative workshop that is very successful today. It makes it possible to involve as many people as possible around a concept or an issue. The workshop is proving to be a real strength in companies since it allows the opinions and suggestions of more people than usual.
Looking to the future, Crafts is constantly innovating. Evolutions technologies generate new projects, new trades that build the Handicrafts of tomorrow.
- May 08, 2023
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.
- April 12, 2022
We are continually in contact with designers and artisans to provide beautiful and skilfully crafted pieces for buyers worldwide.
- October 12, 2021
What Is Artisan Jewelry?
Handcrafted jewelry is distinct from mass produced jewelry, because it can be part of a limited series, or even made in a single copy. It can be made up of many materials, not necessarily precious, and which give the piece its originality: paper, glass, cardboard, resin, plastic, wood, leather, recycled materials, and finally, gemstones (precious, fine or organic: coral, mother-of-pearl, etc.).
Tunisian Jewelry - A Woman’s Treasure
Tunisian traditional jewelry pieces are ornate, rather massive, and very beautiful. They are used not just to adorn the costume of a woman but as a means of energetic protection, a way of honoring the ancient tradition, and for economic purposes as well. The jewelry collection of a Tunisian woman equals her private
- September 29, 2021
Olive wood Kitchenware Products from Tunisia by Qartaj
- September 20, 2021
The word tagine, or tajine, is used to designate, on the one hand, a kitchen utensil respecting the traditions of the Maghreb, a hollow baking dish in terracotta, surmounted by a conical lid, and on the other hand, a dish cooked in this utensil, often a slow cooked stew, which can be composed of meat, poultry or fish, vegetables or fruit.
A Berber invention for cooking as a nomad
The tagine would have been invented long before our era by the Berber people. These people very quickly knew how to take advantage of their semi nomadic way of life. They have thus developed a traditional dish that is easy to prepare and cook over a simple campfire. It was one of the first versions of a slow cooker or dutch oven.
- August 03, 2021
Tunisian Handicrafts: A few facts you didn’t know (yet) about Tunisia’s Sejnane pottery tradition
- August 03, 2021
Tunisia is more than just a popular travel destination. It’s material heritage is of great significance for the country and its culture. This heritage is known by a few objects that have become national symbols for Tunisia’s culture and society. The jasmine flower, the small red round “chechia” hat and the famous “koffa” bag, made of natural Halfa fibers, also known as Esparto grass, cane or palm leafs.
Tunisia has a natural reserve of Halfa plants, a typical Mediterranean plant. It grows spontaneously, especially in arid and semi-arid environments.
How is it made?
The first step in using Halfa is to harvest