Except for a small gold market, the old town offers the usual souvenirs, such as water pipes, musical instruments, and leather bags.
In 1920 the Balian family from Armenia brought Ottoman ceramic art to Jerusalem. In the Amman branch, you can buy plates for the front door, drinking cups and other items ready-made or with a custom inscription. | Rainbow Street 8 | Jebel Amman | http://www.armenianceramics.com
Woven tapestries, embroidered tablecloths, handicrafts, and cosmetics can be found in the showrooms of the Jordan River Foundation, which operates in many workshops throughout the country. | From 1st Circle left off Rainbow Street | http://www.jordanriver.jo
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