Category Archives: Ait Bu Ichauen

asachu

This is an “asachu”, a large weaving meant to cover the stacking of carpets, blankets and bags assembled in the center of the Aït Bou Ichaouen tent, separating the reception/men’s…

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Here is a large tent rug (tharashna) from the Ait Bu Ichaouen. A tribe of sheep breeders living in the High Atlas far east of Morocco. Using an open field…

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This superb Aït Bou Ichaouen carpet is typical from this berber people. They  used to live under tents in the far eastern High Atlas of Morocco. This rug  is woven…

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