Ochre Yellow Antique Midcentury Moroccan Berber Rug
This is an antique Moroccan rug, handwoven by Berber women from the Middle Atlas.
It is handmade with a semi symmetrical design in coral orange cream and navy motifs on an ochre yellow background.
It has a lovely and a rare colour palette with this soft of ochre yellow being hard to find.
This antique Moroccan rug is Midcentury, maybe older and is in excellent condition with great soft patination.
It has a medium size of 135x220cm
Antique Yellow Berber – Artisan rug
This Moroccan Berber rug in ochre yellow is handwoven by artisan craftswomen from the Berber tribes in the High Atlas Mountains.
Its low pile is soft tot touch and the rug is very finely woven with super elegant design.
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This antique Moroccan Berber rug in ochre yellow colour palette has a medium size of 135x220cm.
If you are in doubt about what size you ideally need, please find here some guidelines to help you make the right decision.
This Moroccan kilim rug is Midcentury, likely older, and has a rare ochre yellow colour palette.
Typical for handmade rugs is that they do not necessarily have perfect symmetrical designs.
In this case the rug has a fine woven elegant design in a semi symmetrical design. It is handwoven by a master weaver or expert crafts women.
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This antique berber rug in ochre yellow, is from tribal origin.
Tribal rugs are made by heart, without any drawing or cartoon to follow. This means the weaver has the freedom to invent the rug while weaving and be the artist of her own creation, instead of ‘simply’ executing a specific drawing or cartoon.
Looking after your rug
It is sensible to give your rug a good shake outside every couple of months and hoover it regularly.
Every four or five times you hoover your rug, make sure the reverse is also vacuumed because just as much dust can accumulate there, as on the front.
The quicker you deal with spills, the less chance there is of it staining.
The effective way to treat a spill, for example red wine, is to apply water to begin with to dilute the stain, followed by mopping it with a kitchen towel straight away.
Start from the outside of the stain and work inwards to limit the affected area, but do not rub the stain as this can damage the yarn. Once a carpet gets wet, it is important to dry it out thoroughly afterwards, to prevent the wool from rotting. use a hairdryer, underfloor heating or radiator to get the rug completely dry afterwards.
Don’t use any bleach or chemical treatments as they might take the stain out, but leave a white stain instead. When in doubt, professional carpet cleaning will always remain the best choice. If you need advice on this, pleased get in touch.
Delivery and returns
Your online order will be dispatched with UPS within 5 working days. Worldwide shipping is available with no extra charges to EU after Brexit. You will receive a tracking number once your rug is on its way with a link to track your order.
If you are unhappy about your purchase, for whatever reason, you can return your item within 2 days of receiving your order for a full refund, minus postage costs.
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