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‘Poppy and Pomegranate’ Zaire Berber Kilim

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Destination: Marrakech, Morocco

An ancient symbol for femininity, the diamond is the most prevalent image of the hand-woven Berber tribal rugs. The concentric diamond motifs at the center of this mid-Atlas kilim from the Zaire tribe represent the eye and are thought to represent both the origin of concrete vision and the inner vision of divine knowledge. The red base is said to symbolize strength and the saffron yellow is seen a source of light, representing knowledge and fertility.


Produced using a flat-weaving technique and hand-washed with sand to mute the vibrancy, kilims have been created for centuries by mid-Atlas tribes as floor coverings or wall hangings to protect against the mountain’s ... Read More

Details and Dimensions

7.4' L, 5.2' W
Vintage, Wool

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