The Boucherouite is yet another of the fantastic rug creations from Morocco. The Boucherouite rug is a rag-rug made from previously used textiles, such as wool, cotton, yarn, synthetic fibres and other textiles that can be reused. This wonderful Moroccan rag-rug is one consequence of the change that has taken place over recent decades in the Moroccan countryside, where the ancient nomadic culture has been replaced by agriculture and other modern occupations in the countryside. Has a result, the exclusive wool from the sheep, which is the material in the Beni Ourain and Azilal rugs, has become even more rare. For this reason, it has become even more important to use textiles that have been used before, and the women in the Moroccan countryside do this magnificently. The colours and the pattern in the Boucherouite rug can be recognised from the Azilal rug and exactly as for the aforementioned, Boucherouite rugs also hang in various art exhibitions around the world.
|Größe: 250 x 135 cm|
|Dicke, ca: 25 mm|
|Alter: 10-30 Jahre|
|Flor: Wolle / Vintage Textilien|