The traditional wicker industry

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The manufacture of wicker and fronds is the most prominent of handicrafts. It dates back to the civilization of Mesopotamia and the Arabian Peninsula, where cultivation flourished, the houses made of frond, poultry cages, wet dates, and baskets. It is a craft that was passed down by grandparents to meet some of their daily needs, and women were famous for its handcraft The wicker shape is made of palm frond leaves, so they collect and manufacture it by hand-made in a broad braid method that narrows or widens according to production and demand, and then puts under the sun until the wicker leaves are intertwined with each other in the braid after they turn white. Here, you will get a close watch of this local industry by the hands of authentic locals, who inherited this industry from their fathers to preserve their heritage.


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