Category Archives: Workshop carpets

Another bucharuit carpet, also new, made of rags. Dimensions: ca  200 x 85 cm / 80″ x 34″  – Ref: V0128

This is rag carpet, called bucharuit in Morocco. As by its name it is made of re employed stripes of fabric, mostly of industrial origin. The design relies on traditionnal…

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This carpet is inspired from the tradition of the Beni Warain carpets. Showing a little employed practice of long hairs, it was ordered to be as such. This carpet is…

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This is a large carpet inspired from the Beni Warain tradition for its design, colors and technics. The pile is thick and confortable. The dark design is not knotted but…

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This large carpet is inspired from the Beni Waraïn tradition, from which it takes both design and technics. The wools are high quality, and the combination of colors and design…

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Small carpet inspired from the Beni Warain tradition. It is woven using black and white wools to create a losangic grid. Period: new – Dimensions: ca 100 x 90 xm…

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Here is a large beige gray carpet woven using the Beni Warain technics. It displays a system of fluid lines, in some way inspired from moroccan tribal traditions; along with…

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This carpet has been woven according to Beni Warain traditions but does not borrow any of its stylistic characteristics. It displays a number of designs one may find in different…

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This hanbel, or kilim, has been woven in west-southern Morocco using traditionnal techniques of the Sirwa mountains. The design is simple, mixing white and yellow lines in large concentrical losanges…

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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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azilal moucheté

This white carpet is heavily spotted of black dots, as per one of the traditionnal practices of the Aït Bou Ouli or Bou Guemmez tribal traditions that inspired it. Woven…

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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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tapis noir

Woven using the Beni Warain tradition, this carpet however stands in a reverse color mode, displaying a black knotted field with white flat woven lines. The design finds its roots…

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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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dotted azilal

Here is a nice example of those dotted carpets found with the Aït Bou Ouli or Bou Guemmez, berber tribe living in the high valleys of the central High Atlas…

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white carpet

This is a new carpet, inspired from the Beni Warain practices regarding technical aspects: wools and knots. However, the design is a pure creation of the morocccan designers under markets…

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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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Béni Ouraïn

This carpet is new and inspired from the Beni Warain tradition in north eastern Morocco. As a recent creation, it finds its roots in this multisecular tradition of white carpets…

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Here is a plain red carpet woven in the Mrirt region, south-west of Fes in the moroccan Middle Atlas. Fairly recent, it can be both a trade and a domestic…

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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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