Berber Textile

Berber Saddlebag – Pre-Sahara, Morocco

1960-1970. Wool. Without fringes, the piece is cm. 60,0 x cm. 40,0 (23.62” x 15.75"). Excellent conditions. Berbers are the indigenous ethnic group of North Africa. They are continuously distributed from the Atlantic to the Siwa oasis in Egypt, and from the Mediterranean to the Niger River. The name Berber appeared for the first time...

Berber Fabric – Anti Atlas, South Morocco

Mid 20th century. Silk. Approximately cm. 34,0 x 53,0 (13.39” x 20.87”). This fabric has been professionally washed; excellent conditions. The Imazighen (singular Amazigh) also known as the Berbers are among the original peoples of North Africa. Their myths, legends and history span 9,000 years, back to the Proto-Mediterraneans. They have achieved unity by...

Berber Carpet – Khenifra Region, Morocco

Mid 20th century. Wool. Approximately cm. 165,0 x 102,0 (4.51 x 3.35 Feet). This fabric has been professionally washed; excellent conditions. The Imazighen (singular Amazigh) also known as the Berbers are among the original peoples of North Africa. Their myths, legends and history span 9,000 years, back to the Proto-Mediterraneans. They have achieved...

Sahrawi Woman Wedding Headband – Western Sahara

20th century. Wool, silk. Approximately cm. 286,0 in lenght (9.38 Feet). The Sahrawi people are the people living in the western part of the Sahara desert which includes Western Sahara (claimed by the Polisario and mostly controlled by Morocco), other parts of southern Morocco, Mauritania and the extreme southwest of Algeria. As...