The Azilal wasn't discovered by the outside world until the 1990s, at which point it became highly collectable. I didn't see these rugs until 2014, and in the five years since I've started to collect, the supply of high-quality, abstract azilals has gone away seemingly overnight as their value and desirability skyrocketed. Occasionally I still find amazing pieces, such as this beauty, and always marvel at the incredible designs that women move so many years ago.
- Size: 4'x4'7"/48"x56"/121x142 cm
- Material: Wool
- Colors: White, Blue, Red
Age/Condition: Good. This is a vintage piece from approximately 30-40 years ago which has been professionally cleaned and repaired, but please expect one-of a kind imperfections that add to their wonderful history.
- PLEASE NOTE: The most accurate colors for the rug are reflected in the stock photos which are shot with natural light, and have not been edited.
This rug is woven by traditional tribes from the Azilal region of Morocco, which is in the High Atlas mountains. These rugs were historically made for use within the home, giving the women the liberty to be creative and adaptive, and to use their weaving as an expression of self. Designs can often look like a piece of abstract art that you would find within museum walls, and each is 100% unique and the only one like this in the world.