Mamluk daily scene picture Rug is hand-woven by talented and clever Egyptian weavers at the heart of Cairo. It is 100% knotted by hands, using natural material of Wool. It is oriented from sheep and other animals’ fur, for perfectly smooth and pure texture. It is accurately made for depicting a detailed daily scene in Mamluk Street. We can see the Hawker sells watermelon fruit using his donkey. As well as there is a local woman is looking through the window buying from the hawker using (Sabat). Let’s talk a little bit about (Sabat); it is an old traditional Egyptian method used in the early days for buying items through balcony or window. It was like a basket tied with a long rope to drop it down for the Hawkers and buy stuff. Dropping the spot on the architecture at this time, we can see the vantage houses with Mashrabiya; the old kind of window. A super fantastic piece is made inaccurate details for both usages either as wall-portrait or normal rug. It measures approximately 3×4 feet (without the fringes).