Jobbana refers to this type of pot, it comes from the Arabic jben: cheese. Originally, these lid containers were used to make the milk curd. They were also used to store butter or harira, the soup with which fasting was broken during the month of Ramadan. The fès workshops had specialized in the production of this dishes adapted to the rich Moroccan cuisine. Recently, this beautiful artisanal pot has become an object of decoration that can easily fit into our modern and traditional interior. No traditional Moroccan house is exempt from these pots. This item is made of clay grey and ceramic.