Handira is the Moroccan name for what is commonly referred to as a Wedding Blanket. It is a traditional and symbolic textile worn by berber women when they get married. Handira can be used as a bedcover or as beautiful wall hanging. Over the years there can be rust that occurs from the metal sequins on these vintage blankets.
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DOMESTIC SHIPPINGAll domestic orders are shipped USP and do require SIGNATURE for all items upon delivery. If you need a rug to get to you faster than ground shipping please email us at hello@SoukandSoul.com and we will get you a custom shipping quote. All orders are shipped within 5-7 business days from the time the payment and shipping information is received. Once the order is shipped, you will receive an email confirmation with the tracking number.
After the package is delivered to your door step, Souk & Soul is not responsible to what happens to it from that point forward. If you would like to set up signature confirmation, you may do that yourself after you receive the tracking information.
How to stuff:Insert not included; we recommend carefully stuffing with a standard down bed pillow or 19" x 24" pillow insert. For a more eco friendly filling, we suggest using extra linens or other fabrics you have laying around the house to stuff your pillows or floor cushions Spot Clean or Dry Clean Only
Tamegroute is a village located in the Draa River valley in southern Morocco., just before the immense Sahara. In the Berber language, Tamegroute means ‘last place before the desert’.The color and texture is a result of the particular alchemy created by the potters of Tamegroute and remains a family affair handed down through the generations as each pottery piece is completely unique and no two are ever the same. Tamegroute pottery are true showpieces showing that even imperfect can be perfect. Please note that the traditional method in which the plates are fired involves stacking which result in tiny 'scars' in the glaze making each plate unique. Wabi-Sabi - Discoving the beauty in the imperfect.
Place of Origin: Handcrafted in Tamgroute, MoroccoMaterial: Glazed Pottery Colors: Green
Detail: Hand Wash Only. Not suitable for a dishwasher
PRODUCT DETAILSScent: Black amber and lavender
How to stuff:Insert not included; we recommend carefully stuffing with a standard down bed pillow or 19" x 24" pillow insert. For a more eco friendly filling, we suggest using extra linens or other fabrics you have laying around the house to stuff your pillows or floor cushions Spot clean or Dry Clean Only
How to stuff: Product is shipped unstuffed. Can be stuffed with Poly-fill (10 lb box) found at local arts and crafts store or old clothing or bedding material. For a firmer support, a foam insert can be used.