This old berber door from the moroccan Anti Atlas comes from a village house in the Igherm Ida Ou Kensous area. Its making is quite straightforward: a frame coming over three planks, all held together by hand made iron nails. The upper side frame is covered with concentrical circles engravings, when the inner surface is based on concentrical squares filled with hammered “ondulations”. The lower half of the door carries only little decoration, all of it made of triangles representing/meaning fibulas. Several remnants of past locking systems. Dimensions : ca 94 x 57 cm / 3’2″ x 1’11”.