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AM INTERNATIONAL TRADE is an Exporting and Trading company established in 2010 located in Alexandria City, Egypt.

Our company is engaged in manufacturing and exporting a wide variety of home style  handicraft products. The product range includes Patchwork, Klim, Crochet , Tally art,  cotton scarfs & shawls,  cotton bed spreads and table cloth,  embroidered products with coloured threads, and  wooden products.

AM International Trade meets all modern decoration style's needs with a heritage of oriental spirit.

our products

Patchwork

Wool Kilim

Crochet

Tally art

Weaving Tapestries

Wooden products

Embriodery with colored thread

Last Blogs

Tally Art is the link of beauty, utility, hobby and life December 11, 2013

Tally  is a folk art comes from the sources of ancient culture through thousands of years, connected to its tradition, habits, and ideals. It is a special form of embroidery made with silver or gold threads. The artisan makes one stitch at a time, then cuts the thread off and moves to the next stitch. This … Continue reading Tally Art is the link of beauty, utility, hobby and life

Patchwork ( khayameya) between the past and future December 11, 2013

Patchwork ( Khayameya )  craft is a unique art, which started in the Pharaohic era and flourished after the Islamic conquest. Khayameya is a fine decorative textile, famous for its durability as it is made of thick Tiel “Kenaf” cloth. Egyptians used Khayameya in the past to create shelter tents, which protected them from the sun … Continue reading Patchwork ( khayameya) between the past and future

wool kilim and the role of woman December 11, 2013

The beautiful works of  kilim, Rugs, Carpets & Tapestry  hand loom products are attributed to the Egyptian women. Many of the girls and housewives of the countryside produce these beautiful and colorful rugs, carpets and tapestry. They produce them through instinct and creativity which was passed along from mother to daughter through thousands of years … Continue reading wool kilim and the role of woman