A traditional Palestinian pattern from Ramallah, which SEP declines in different colours and shape formations. We called it ''Murano'' because on our clutches it reminds us of the intricate shapes of the precious murano glass chandeliers.
"Before the middle of the twentieth century, women in each local region created garments with distinctive types of embroidery and decoration that immediately established the wearer’s origin. To those who knew the regional variations in style, patterns, and colors of embroidery, a quick look at a dress was enough to determine the wearer’s region and even village. Marital status was also expressed through specific styles of garments that distinguished unmarried girls, married women, widows, and women who wished to remarry".