Ancient Egyptians already decorated their naïve mud homes with basic furnishings enhanced by animal skins, simple textiles, graphic biographical and spiritual murals, sculptures, and painted urns.
Since 1991 we have made it our mission to revive and perpetuate craftsmanship in decorative artifacts, textiles, woodwork, carpentry, glassware, pottery and brass that characterize the Egyptian, Phoenician and Mesopotamian artisans of yesterday - with an aesthetic appeal, atmosphere and functionality for homes and exclusive venues of today.
Our in-house craftsmen as well as exclusive artisans, ensure that each and every piece is unique and finished to the highest possible standards. By valuing craftsmanship, we are preserving important aspects of our cultural heritage and supporting skilled artisans.
“Real craftsmanship reflects real caring, and real caring reflects our attitude about ourselves, our relationship towards society, how we treat one another and, our approach to life.“ (Loulia Damerji)