Category Archives: Hauz and Tadla

tapis tadla

This carpet originates in the Beni Mellal region and the Tadla; it displays a design made of multicolored hexagones spread over an equally multicolored series of stripes. Totally open, with…

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This carpet is typical from the eastern end of the vast plain ranging from the Atlantic ocean to the Middle Atlas, where stand Marrakech and Bujd further east. It belongs…

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This is a very nice Rehamna main carpet, dating back to the 1950’s and coming from the Hauz of Marrakech. Tent rug, it is quite Land woven using the symetric…

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This carpet belongs to the east end of the vast plain ranging from the Atlantic ocean to the Middle Atlas, with the Hauz of Marrakech on its western side. A…

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We are here facing a carpet originating in the eastern end of the Hauz of Marrakech, close to the Tadla plains. The carpets of that region belong to people whose…

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Here is a nice little carpet originating in the Tadla plain. East of the Hauz of Marrakech, and north of the High Atlas. Woven using various types of fibers, all…

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Even though the colors are abolutely not traditionnal for this area, this black carpet originates in the Hauz of Marrakech. Of which it borrows the large central losanges, no frame…

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Here is another carpet from the Tadla region in central Morocco. As many other such carpets, it  draws its architecture and elements from ancient arabic and berber themes. These have…

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bujad, orange carpet

This carpet is woven using handspun wools knotted over industrial wool wefts and rag warps.  This  Bujad carpet displays an abrashed field hold within a white frame of undyed white…

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