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With Authentic, One-of-A-Kind Handmade Moroccan Rugs

Moroccan rug and beautiful armoire in a home.

Make a Bold Statement

With Authentic, One-Of-A-Kind Handmade Moroccan Rugs

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Bring Moroccan Style Home

Our goal is to find Moroccan rugs that integrate the ageless weaving process from the Middle and High Atlas Mountains artisans with designs that elevate your home décor.

Artisans have been weaving textiles since 600 B.C. passing the craft from one generation to the next. When you purchase a Moroccan rug, you are purchasing a piece of Morocco and preserving tradition and symbolism by supporting the artisan women in the Atlas Mountains.

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Anzal Rug

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$1,200.00
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This Blue Flatweave Kilim is handwoven by the artisans of the High Atlas Mountains and specifically Anzal Village which is 30 kilometers north of the popular weaving town Taznakht. Flatweave rugs are thin, soft, strong and full of symbolism. They’re also called “hanbel” or “aknif” in Morocco. Every design element comes entirely from the artisan’s imagination - the symbols within this rug depict protection from evil, strength, beauty and respect just to name a few. All of our flatweave/hanbel rugs are made in the south of Morocco, which produces the highest quality flatweaves.

Dimensions: 8'5" x 4'10"

Handmade

Pile: Flat

Materials: Wool & Natural dyes

Tribe: Anzal village

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Moroccan Rugs, Directly Imported From The Expert Artisans of Morocco

Each of our unique, handmade Moroccan rugs is imported directly from the artisans in the Middle and High Atlas Mountains. These one-of-a-kind decorative statements will be your home’s interior design focal point.

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Moroccan Rug Care Guide

Taking good care of your Moroccan rug is crucial to ensure its longevity and preserve its unique beauty. For tips on taking care of your new rug, visit our Moroccan Rug Care Guide.

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