Boucharouite – is the ancient manual technique of tying and interweaving the multicolored clothes pieces. As a result of such artistic work, a unique and stunning pattern is created. Boucherouite rugs are called "poor people's rugs" because the materials used are much cheaper than wool. The ornaments do not use traditional Berber symbols. It's making the rugs completely personal creations. This vintage rug is about 40-60 years old. We are absolutely in love with its slightly crazy design. It is not possible to repeat or replicate this rare rug.
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