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1960s Moroccan Vintage Berber Tribal Rug

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1060s Large handwoven vintage Moroccan Berber Tribal rug, nicely aged and faded washed cors.Handwoven by The Berber tribes in Morocco with traditional geometric tribal designs.South of Marrakech low pile rug runner.Great to add accent to any style of decor.Midcentury vintage rug, circa 1960s.Size: 5'5 x 16'.Beni M'Guild Moroccan rug with tribal style, Berber Moroccan rug. This hand-knotted wo vintage purple Beni M'Guild rug features a diamond trellis formed by thin pink lines. Filled with the tribal motif with latch-hook edges are protection symbs and meant to capture evil spirits. Blending tribal native charm, ancient symbism and Fk Art warmth, this vintage Beni M'Guild rug reflects generations of ctural beliefs. Perfect for adding organic textile sensations any room, Well-suited for a wide range of interior styles: Century Modern, Urban, and Loft interiors. Rendered in variegated shades of purple, viet, eggplant, lavender, amethyst, hot pink, charcoal, celadon, baby blue, brown, taupe, gray and beige. Hand-knotted wo. Made in Morocco. Beni Mguild rug. Beni M'Guild carpet. Berber tribes of Morocco. All of our textiles are authentic handmade in Morocco and original one of a kind item and designs, the making of which takes a lifetime to learn through communities of artisans passing knowledge and techniques from one generation to another.Moroccan rugs, also known as Berber rugs or Moroccan carpets, are a traditional form of hand-woven textiles that originate from the North African country of Morocco. These rugs have a rich history dating back centuries and are deeply intertwined with the country's cture and heritage. Key characteristics of Moroccan rugs include: 1) Design and Patterns: Moroccan rugs often feature geometric patterns, symbs, and motifs that reflect the ctural heritage and storytelling of the Berber tribes. Each design is unique and can carry various meanings, such as protection, fertility, or good luck. 2) Material: Authentic Moroccan rugs are typically made from natural materials such as sheep wo, camel hair, or a combination of both. The wo is known for its durability, softness, and insating properties, making these rugs well-suited for various climates. 3) Hand-Woven Craftsmanship: Traditionally, Moroccan rugs are woven by hand by skilled artisans, mostly women from Berber tribes, using traditional weaving techniques passed down through generations. This craftsmanship gives each rug its distinct personality and individuality. 4) Cors: Moroccan rugs are renowned for their vibrant and bd cors, including various shades of red, blue, green, and yellow. The cors used often have ctural significance and are derived from natural dyes made from plants and minerals. 5) Types of Moroccan Rugs: There are different types of Moroccan rugs based on the region and tribal communities, such as Beni Ourain, Azilal, Boucherouite, and others. Each type has its unique characteristics and designs. 6) Use and Significance: Moroccan rugs have traditionally been used as practical items, providing warmth and comfort during cd weather. Additionally, they are also significant ctural artifacts, symbizing the identity and history of the Berber people. Over the years, Moroccan rugs have gained international poparity and have become sought-after decorative pieces in modern interior design due to their exquisite craftsmanship and unique aesthetics. However, with their rising poparity, it's essential to ensure that you are purchasing an authentic rug from reputable sources, as there are imitations in the market. Moroccan ethnic and tribal rugs refer to a category of hand-woven textiles that are crafted by various ethnic groups and tribes in Morocco. Each rug is a reflection of the ctural identity, history, and traditions of the specific community that produces it. These rugs often carry distinct designs, patterns, and cors that have been passed down through generations. Here are some popar types of Moroccan ethnic and tribal rugs: 1) Beni Ourain Rugs: Beni Ourain rugs are one of the most famous types of Moroccan rugs. They are traditionally made by the Beni Ourain tribe, which is composed of Berber people from the Atlas Mountains. These rugs are characterized by their soft, high-quality sheep wo and simple, geometric patterns in black or dark brown on a cream or white background. 2) Azilal Rugs: Azilal rugs are crafted by the Azilal tribe in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. These rugs are known for their vibrant cors and intricate abstract designs, often featuring playf patterns and motifs. They are usually made from a combination of wo and cotton. 3) Boucherouite Rugs: Boucherouite rugs, also known as rag rugs, are unique as they are made from recycled materials such as fabric scraps, d clothing, and textiles. They are handwoven by the women of the Berber tribes in rural areas and are characterized by their corf and eclectic designs. 4) Boujad Rugs: Boujad rugs are crafted by the Boujaad tribe in the Haouz region of Morocco. They are known for their bd cors, asymmetrical geometric patterns, and intricate detailing. These rugs are usually made from high-quality wo and natural dyes. 5) Taznakht Rugs: Taznakht rugs are produced in the Taznakht region of the High Atlas Mountains. They often feature intricate diamond and lozenge patterns and are known for their warm, earthy cors. 6) Kilim Rugs: While kilim rugs are not exclusive to Morocco, they are still woven by certain ethnic groups in the country. Kilims are flat-woven rugs with no pile, and they often have corf geometric designs. Moroccan ethnic and tribal rugs have gained poparity worldwide due to their unique craftsmanship and ctural significance. When purchasing these rugs, it's important to consider their authenticity and ethical sourcing. To ensure you are getting an authentic piece, buy from reputable sellers who work directly with the artisans or cooperatives in Morocco. These rugs not only add beauty and character to any space but also help preserve the traditional artistry and livelihood of the local communities who create them.
  • Creator:
  • Dimensions:
    Width: 65 in (165.1 cm)Length: 192 in (487.68 cm)
  • Style:
    Folk Art (In the Style Of)
  • Materials and Techniques:
    Goat Hair,Wool,Hand-Knotted,Hand-Woven,Vegetable Dyed
  • Place of Origin:
  • Period:
  • Date of Manufacture:
    1960
  • Condition:
    Wear consistent with age and use. Minor fading. Wear consistent with age and use. Minor fading.
  • Seller Location:
    North Hollywood, CA
  • Reference Number:
    Seller: MRD2121stDibs: LU906819747512
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