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Boujaad Rug “Purple Rain” 200x355cm

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Vintage Boujaad Rug “Purple Rain” 200x355cm

Tribe: Boujaad

Estimated age: 20 years

Design & colour: Purple base with multicolor patterns.

Ground warp: Z-twist, wool

Ground weft: Z-twist, wool,  3picks/1cm

Pile weft: Z-twist, wool, 2knots/1cm, long pile

Knot type:  symmetrical knot

 

INTRODUCTION

Each Berber rug in our carefully curated collection is genuine and unique. We personally pick up rugs on the way from small Berber villages of Morocco. Berber rugs are hand-knotted by women from different Berber tribes. Authentic Berber rugs are timeless, durable and high quality, as they were originally made with love for the family. Moroccan Berber rugs bring stories, contrast and a unique atmosphere to the interior. Each nomadic rug is a unique work of art – no two are alike. Berber women are free-spirited and carpets originate from pure imagination without any influence of Western style, which is why Berber carpets are so unique and there is nothing like it. Berber rugs are also a sustainable and ethical choice, since once you buy Moroccan rug you don’t need others, it’s like a lifetime partner.

DELIVERY & RETURNS

DELIVERY
Free international shipping on all orders.
Under normal circumstances your order will be dispatched within 48 hours.
RETURNS
Full 14 day money back guarantee!
Free shipping back to us when returning from Finland. On international orders customer pays for the return shipping.
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CARE INSTRUCTIONS

Moroccan Berber rugs are build to last – made to withstand wear and tear. Chemical-free Berber rugs are easy to keep clean, as high-quality and untreated wool resists static, dirt, dust, and wicks away moisture from spills, so all it takes is a kitchen paper to soak up a stain or spill. Wool is antimicrobial so it won’t harbor smells like synthetics do. Berber rug is instantly refreshed by ventilation and vacuuming. Already dried stains can be cleaned at home with Marseille soap. For many, the easy care of a woolen rug comes as a surprise.
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CRAFTMANSHIP & MATERIAL

Thousands of years old skills are inherited from mothers to daughters. Nomad rugs are handmade, knot-by-knot in vertical looms. Authentic Berber rugs are made with piety and love from high-quality materials in a sustainable way, respecting nature. There are several steps in weaving a rug and one rug takes 2 to 12 months, depending on the size, method, number of weavers and pattern. Wool is the most common material used in making Berber rugs. It comes primarily from a long-tailed sheep living in the mountains, although camel and goat hair can also be used.
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ORIGIN & HISTORY

The Berbers call themselves the Amazigh – Free men, which has their own symbol to describe them. Nomads have made nomadic rugs for their own use, such as a warm cloak or a beautiful element covering a wall. Rugs are an important part of women’s self-expression. Women weave rugs intuitively. Nature is often the source of inspiration for rug patterns. For example, on the surface of the fine soft sand of the Sahara you can see, for example, the footprints of a desert mouse that end up in a pattern on a Berber rug. Certain symbolism is often repeated in Berber rugs because they are strongly associated with beliefs. For example, the so-called “diamond pattern” is believed to have a protective effect. Symbols familiar from Berber rugs appear in villages from door carvings to women’s facial tattoos.
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ABOUT THE TRIBES

Beni Ouarain, Azilal, Boujaad, Beni M’Guild and so on; There are numerous Berber tribes. The rugs of the tribes have their typical characteristics. Certain colors, symbols, materials, knot style and -density, and pile thickness vary by region. Beni Ouarain comes from the Middle Atlas region, where the Berber node originates. Tuareg rugs come from Sahara and are made of leather, reeds and palm leaves. Boujaad rugs are woven on the plains around Marrakech, being thinner and lower knot density.
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