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 warps than usually practiced in other carpet regions, this carpet displays an architecture than has been common with these people since mid 19th century: a field framed with wide borders, and a medaillion. Red and yellow wools bring a sense of warmth, where white and green ones are refreshing the overall feeling. Small birds are rather uncommon, reminding of the zenaga practice. Dimensions: env 305 x 140 cm/ 122″ x 56″.