Vintage Moroccan Aït Bou Ichaouen Carpet TS47

This vibrant contemporary Aït Bou Ichaouen carpet features an overall exaggerated checkerboard pattern with floating V-formations. Woven in a saturated palette of orange, turquoise, red, magenta, dark grey, and ivory. 100% wool, finished with a band of flat weave at one end.

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Aït Bou Ichaouen

Carpets of this tribe are also known as Talsint, the most remote of the Berber tribes, settled between the High Altas Range and close to the edge of the Sahara. This tribe and their work were undiscovered by the outside world until the mid 1990's. Baring this in mind, Talsint carpets are legendary for their vibrant colors and exotic patterns, perhaps due to the lack of an outside influence or the need for color in the monochromatic world of which they reside. Many of their motifs and techniques have not been found elsewhere in Morocco...these archaic designs reflect an older tradition of weaving history dating back thousands of years in Northern Africa.

tribe.Aït Bou Ichaouen
region.High Atlas Mountains, Morocco
circa.2000's
dimensions.5'7" x 2'6" / 1.7m x .76m
pile height.Low
fringe length.3"
condition.Excellent
rug no.TS47
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