Purple Khemisset II - Accent Framed Textile

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Purple Khemisset II - Accent Framed Textile

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Purple Khemisset II - Accent Framed Textile

Purple Khemisset II - Accent Framed Textile

$1,500

Purple Khemisset II - Accent Framed Textile

35" W x 25.5" H
Vintage
Morocco
35" W x 25.5" H
$1,500

This St. Frank textile was created by Berber people, indigenous to North Africa. Berber textiles can be identified by... READ MORE

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This textile is a blend of cotton and vegetable silk.

Framed textiles are custom framed once they are ordered. Allow 4-5 weeks for framing and delivery. Expedited options may be available by emailing [email protected]

This item is fully refundable if returned within 30 days of delivery.

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This St. Frank textile was created by Berber people, indigenous to North Africa. Berber textiles can be identified by... READ MORE

This St. Frank textile was created by Berber people, indigenous to North Africa. Berber textiles can be identified by region and tribe, detailed with stripes and symbols. The small symbols seen here mimic traditional tattoos that adorn Berber women. The symbols have many meanings, such as longevity, fertility, protection against the evil eye, cures for illnesses, tribal association, and marital status. These textiles were traditionally made from the silk of the Sabra Cactus, but are now made from an alternate natural fiber.

This St. Frank textile was created by Berber people, indigenous to North Africa. Berber textiles can be identified by region and tribe, detailed with... Read More

This St. Frank textile was created by Berber people, indigenous to North Africa. Berber textiles can be identified by region and tribe, detailed with stripes and symbols. The small symbols seen here mimic traditional tattoos that adorn Berber women. The symbols have many meanings, such as longevity, fertility, protection against the evil eye, cures for illnesses, tribal association, and marital status. These textiles were traditionally made from the silk of the Sabra Cactus, but are now made from an alternate natural fiber.

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Product Information

This textile is a blend of cotton and vegetable silk.

Framed textiles are custom framed once they are ordered. Allow 4-5 weeks for framing and delivery. Expedited options may be available by emailing [email protected]

This item is fully refundable if returned within 30 days of delivery.