Kabkab Kabkab
Kabkab

KABKABS | The name ‘kabkab’ is derived from the sound they make when walking on marble floors and were once a practical way for women in the Middle East to protect themselves from dirt and discomfort on wet, muddy streets and in hot, wet bathhouses. Those belonging to the wealthy were often richly inlaid with mother of pearl.

Nour Alkhatib

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