Antique Bedouin coffee grinder tribal ethnic wooden pestle middle east Mehbash. Al-Mehbash is a machine made of wood that is used to grind roasted coffee beans. The ground coffee beans are subsequently boiled in water for several hours with cardamom and served to the guests or the household of the house hot. Al-Mhbash has a long hand that is used to beat coffee and to play. Ground coffee is usually coarse, and not crushed quite like modern coffee grinders do.
The mhbash was also used as a musical instrument for Bedouin chants, whereby the mhabbash player knocked inside as if he was grinding coffee using the mahbash stick, but with a specific and consistent tone. The mehbash is a hollow wooden bowl made from tree trunks, the best of which are those made from palm trees. The mahbash is painted in predominantly black colors, and they are printed with silver or copper prints and decorated with a drawing of various shapes, with white metal trim on its mouth.Al-Mahbash is an Arabic word that came in the tongue of the Arabs by Ibn Manzur in the definition of Habash; That habash: habash: collection and earning. 1- base - length : 18 cm - 7.08 inch. Width : 15 cm - 5.90 inch. Length : 29 cm - 11.41 inch. Width : 6.5 cm - 2.55 inch. Weight : 2648 gram - 93.40 oz. We try to describe all items accurately and give good visual support through photographs and text. Please check all pictures; they are a major part of the description and best indication of condition.
Our goal is to satisfy the customer. The item "Antique Bedouin coffee grinder tribal ethnic wooden pestle middle east Mehbash" is in sale since Thursday, December 24, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Ethnographic\African\Sculptures & Statues". The seller is "rare-antique-shop" and is located in amman. This item can be shipped worldwide.