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This impressive vintage Beni MGuild is over 45 years old. It is an abstract painting. The base is a harmony of pastel orange tones. Its weaver placed a block of red at one end. The forms woven in black wool remind us of three towers, but we remember the subjectivity of art. We notice its gentle use in some zones that are more worn enriching this piece with more character and personality. We decided to not restore the bottom edge, as to not disturb the original fringe work. A wonderful carpet that will carry personality to any space. This carpet is in good vintage condition with the normal wear for its age that can be seen in the image. It can be bought as is or we can restore the fringe of the inferior fringe if the client so wishes. If so desired please contact us as soon as possible to start the restoration.

Availability: In stock


Origin : Middle Atlas Mountains, Morocco
What is it made?: 100% Wool

2.91 m x 1.87 m

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Vintage, Very good

Legacies of the past

The carpets Beni M’Guild can be found near the cities of M’Rirt, Arzrou and Ain Leuh in the Middle Atlas region. Ben M’Guild carpets together with the Beni Ouarain carpets represent a legacy from the past. These carpets are normally quite dense since this tribe needs to deal with extreme temperatures. Their weavers create a great variety of symbols in their geometric carpets. Although they also sometimes use solid colour without any design. These solid ones are often in a colour scheme of blue, aubergine and red creating waves of hues. Beni M'Guild carpets have great character and an elegant presence.

Travel notes: On the road from Azrou going towards M’Rirt, in the spring, you can see the growing vegetation in an incredible array of colours: yellows, violets, greens and browns. You can often find donkeys parked on the side of the road.

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