Here are a couple of typically Tunisian souvenirs depicting everyday life.
Figure 1: Shows a man dressed in traditional clothing wearing a red close-fitting skull cap known as a chechia which is made of felt. He is playing the oud which is a musical instrument. Notice that he has a machmoum (a flower made of jasmine) tucked behind his left ear. Malouf music is a classical style of Tunisian music which is derived from ancient Arab music of the Maghreb and Al-Andalus.
Figure 2: Shows a woman dressed in traditional clothing called a fouta and blousa. As you can see from the photograph, this consists of a low-necked tight fitting waistcoat worn over a long sleeved shirt and a baggy long skirt. The woman is pouring mint tea into a glass. She has made the mint tea in the small terracotta pot with the charcoal which is just by her feet.