Hand Woven Multi Coloured Moroccan Rag Rug - 45

SKU: 21777

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Dimensions: 153 x 265cm

On a trip to Morocco many year ago these incredibly beautiful rugs were selected directly from the artisans in there workshops. The time spent in their workshops was inspiring as we took in the work and time it took to produce these amazing rugs. 

Moroccan Boucherouite Rugs, also known as Moroccan Rag Rugs, are a distinct form of craftsmanship crafted by the skilled women of Morocco's Berber or Amazigh tribes. While rug weaving has held a position of great esteem and necessity among the Amazigh people for generations, the art of creating Boucherouite rugs is a relatively contemporary practice within this ancient culture.

Diverging from the traditional Moroccan rugs predominantly woven from wool, Boucherouite rugs are fashioned from an assortment of materials at hand, which may include synthetic fabrics sourced from old clothing or remnants of other rugs. The very name "Boucherouite" is derived from the Arabic term "bu sherwit," which translates to "rag" or "scrap of used clothing."

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  • Hand Woven Multi Coloured Moroccan Rag Rug - 45
  • Hand Woven Multi Coloured Moroccan Rag Rug - 45
  • Hand Woven Multi Coloured Moroccan Rag Rug - 45
  • Hand Woven Multi Coloured Moroccan Rag Rug - 45
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