Category Archives: Aït Wauzguit Sirwa

blanc et noir tazenakht

This is another white and black carpet woven in the Tazenakht area, in south western Morocco. Made using super local wools, it displays a non traditionnal design however built using…

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tazenakht blanc

This black and white carpet is new, woven in a workshop in the Tazenakht region, south of the Jbel Sirwa in southern Morocco. It displays a design wovne in the…

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tamassine

This carpets was woven by Aït Tamassine people, a berber tribe belonging to the Aït Ouaouzguit confederation and living in the Jbel Siroua, south west Morocco. It is woven using…

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tapis du Siroua

This carpet comes from the Tazenakht area in southern Morocco, wets of Ouarzazate. Although the design is ususual – just a field covered of fine parallel red and caralem lines…

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Dating back to the 1950/60’s, this superb vintage Aït Ouaouzguit carpet originates more precisely with the Aït Tamassine, a berber tribe living in eastern Jbel Siroua, close to Anzel. It…

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This carpet, new, comes from the Tazenakht region, in south-western Morocco, and was most probably woven in the jbel Siroua mountains that overlook this main souk village. It is woven…

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“Wauzguit parade” This carpet definitely belongs to the Wauzguit people living in the Jbel Sirwa in south western Morocco. Woven using nice and silky wools, with rows separated by more…

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This is a very special – new – smal carpet.  It originates in the Jbel Siroua but I label it as Tazenakht (the main regional souk) since it is not…

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  Unusual black “glaoua” carpet most probably from the Aït Makhlef tribe in Jbel Sirwa, south western Morocco. It is woven using handspun wools over coton warps. This glaoua carpet…

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