Ait Seghrouchen Carpet CA23

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Ait Seghrouchen Carpet CA23

1,700.00

The Ait Seghrouchen are a Berber tribe of the east-central Middle Atlas mountains, near to where the Beni Ourain tribal weavers work, giving rise to similarities in their carpets – a cream or white ground, and charcoal or brown motifs. We bought this authentic old piece direct from the family who's mother wove it, and it is a delightful and rare original. The date '1966' is woven in to the top-centre of the carpet, which also displays hatched lozenges in a lattice format (lozenges are the most widely used Berber symbol, and are a female symbol), with straight lines formed by small square motifs on the edges (male symbols). 

Size : 3.70m plus two fringes of approx 20cm by 2m 

Reference : CA23

Email us to enquire about this carpet -- jo@maroctribal.com

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