The Nubian Tabaga have their origins as handcrafted items, meticulously fashioned using conventional techniques and materials. They are delicately assembled using youthful papyrus straw, jafu, and disi sourced from the North and Central regions. The final Tabaga products have versatile applications, serving as elegant vessels for presenting fruits or storing vegetables. Beyond their practical use, they hold cultural significance, gracing events such as traditional weddings where they cradle gifts meant for the brides. Furthermore, these Tabaga pieces find purpose in adornment or as charming placements upon tables.