The coffa is the basket of the Sicilian rural tradition used in the past to give fodder to horses or as a container placed on mules and used for transporting the material. These typical baskets are obtained from the artisanal weaving of the curina, the tender and very resistant part of the Sicilian dwarf palm leaves, which has the shape and beauty of a normal palm plant while remaining small in size.
Today the crow's nest changes its appearance. Having given up the role of humble but useful work tool, it is revisited, adorned and transformed into an original women's bag. Artistically hand-decorated in Sicilian style with embroidery, mirrors, ribbons, small traditional images, it retains its cultural roots in the history of Sicily.