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An example of the traditional artistic representation of the Beni Ouarain tribe. It shows a variety of tribal patterns within an intricate network of diamonds. In the central part of the drawing, there are two horizontal zig-zag pattern changes. Background colour in ivory. The state of the piece is excellent.

Availability: In stock


Origin : Middle Atlas Mountains, Morocco
What is it made?: Weft, warp and knot in wool

454x195cm (without fringes)

Pile height:





Vintage, Excelent

Tribal tradition

The Berber tribe Beni Ouarain or sometimes called Ait Ouarain lives in the Middle Atlas region in Morocco. Its weavers are known for their simplicity and purity of lines. These undyed wool carpets give off a long-haired and silky effect in cream base colours with designs of black diamonds. Once in a while we can find Berber symbols within the diamonds. Traditionally these carpets were used in the bed to protect from the cold winter nights. Each summer they were flipped over. Every carpet is original and unique in its design and they are considered symbols of timeless modern design.

Travel notes: After getting to know the Middle Atlas region of Morocco, we recommend the route through the Tazekka National Park. There you will find different semi-nomadic villages. On the paths of Boulemane we saw how the nomadic women wash their clothes in the river, how the work together to wash their carpets.

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