In dry, desert dyes of Orange and White, the city of Jericho (أريحا), an ancient place built upon an oasis by the dead sea, is known to be one of the longest continuously inhabited cities in the world, and is renowned for its plentiful plantations of flowering palm and orange trees.
Represented in enchanting Blue and Purple, the city of Bisan (بيسان), Canaanite for “home of gods”, now annexed by Israel, resides at the junction of the Jordan River and Jezreel Valleys, and is decorated by luscious green fields, trees, rivers and waterfalls, and ruins from as far as 3000 BCE.
This Kufiya is named after the ancient city in the north of the historical Palestine. When we think about Tabariya we think about the blue lake of tiberias, the fish and the proud fishermen and -women. Accordingly Tabariya Kufiya shows a white fishing net on a blue and black background.