This is Fattoh and Sons. I believe it's Hany that is pictured here, proudly showing one of the appliques he made. My friend bought this one - it's a beauty, isn't it. They all are, I know. The work behind his head has lovely detail work - embroidery around the edges of the pieces to give them definition. It's an unusual design as well.
Remember the bird that I showed you that was formed out of arabic letters? The boat with the rowers there in the middle right side is made the same way. The marketplace scene above it is embroidered and painted to give such incredible detail.
This islamic piece in orange and reds with lettering in it is just georgeous and fiery looking. I just love the deep colors in the piece below it.
Some more traditional-style appliques. The top one was just stunning on the wall. Very few colors but very dynamic. There are actually orange butterflies in each of the corners, but I could only tell that by looking closely.
This is a pharoanic design on top - a recreation of the Day of Judgement, a very famous scene recreated in papyrus and on temple walls. The dead person's heart is being weighed against a feather. Look at the recreation of the heiroglyphics. My friend LJC bought one similar to this, but hers has turquoise cobras along the top.
Along the bottom are rural appliques - depictions of musicians and a whirling dervish.
Fattoh and Sons is located at 29 El Khayamia St in case any of you are in Cairo. Their email is firstname.lastname@example.org - I expect you could work out arrangements with international money orders and Fed Ex to make purchases...