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‘Adrar Peaks’ Azilal Berber Rug

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One of a Kind!

Destination: Marrakech, Morocco

Named after the Berber word for mountain, this monochromatic rug is hand-woven by the Imazighen women of the Azilal province with the natural wool fibers that come from the tribe’s black and white sheep. The two large diamonds represent both protection from evil and female strength.


In Morocco, each rug tells the tale of its maker. The maellemas (master craftswomen) who weave the rugs use a language of simple geometric shapes to express the stories of their lives, incorporating e... Read More

Details and Dimensions

6.7 ft L,  4 ft W
Handwoven, new, wool

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