**Please Note: Due to the handmade nature of our products, variations in design, size, and color may occur.
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All 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.
Note: Clutch Includes a removable strap.
Known as Moroccan wedding blankets, Handiras are woven out of sheep's wool, cotton, and linen by Berber women in the Middle Atlas mountains of Morocco. They can be used as a bedcover or wall hanging to add that special bohemian touch to any room. Note: These are vintage Handira blankets, circa 1980-1990s. There may be minor stains or discolorations on certain items, but no tears or holes. Please review the picture carefully before you buy. All Handiras have been washed in Marrakech and are spot cleaned.
Place of Origin: Handcrafted in Morocco
Materials: Natural wool, cotton and silver sequins Dimensions: 6'4" x 4.0" Care: Spot Clean or Hand Wash in cold water and natural soap
Detail: Rug pad recommended. Professionally clean.
Each of these beautiful pieces are found and hand select by me during my sourcing trips throughout Morocco. This newly made piece was designed by Afous Ghoufous, or hand in hand Cooperative a village outside of the city of Ouarzazate in southern Morocco. I began working with the ladies here at the cooperative in early 2019 after a sourcing trip to Ouarzazate. All proceeds from purchases go directly to the weaver and the group fund in order to build more space and programs for other women to work. In this region, they use natural wool and dyes from Turmeric and pomegranate skin to create beautiful shades of yellow. Also, onion or hibiscus to create the shades of pinks and reds to Pine used to create the shades of brownABOUT MOROCCAN RUGS: Moroccan rugs are hand woven by Berber women of the tribal region specified. Each rug can take a few months to year to complete. The weaving techniques have been passed down through the generations. From modern designs to vintage abstract form this is a way the Berber women carefully preserve their heritage of technique and knowledge passing down messages in wool from one generation to another creating textiles full of life and charm. Please note that computer resolutions are different and we try to capture our rugs in natural light. If you would like more photos we would be happy to send just shoot us an email at Hello@soukandsoul.com Place of Origin: Village outside of the city of Ouarzazate Region: Hand-woven in the villages outside of Ouarzazat bordering with the Sahara desert. These rugs are know for their high quality silky wool, their traditional designs and their striking colors. Material: Wool Dimensions: Coming Soon Colors: Yellow, Pink and Indigo, Dark Brown
Detail: Rug pad recommended. Professionally clean
How to stuff: Zipper Closure.This is just the cover only, pillow insert is not included. We recommend a 19" down or down alternative pillow cover.
How to stuff: Zipper Closure.Pillow insert is included. Current insert comes with washable cover.
How to stuff: Is shipped unstuffed. Can be stuffed with Poly-fill (10 lb box) found at local arts and crafts store or old clothing or bedding materiel
How to stuff: Zipper Closure.This is just the cover only, pillow insert is not included. We recommend poly-fil down or down alternative pillow cover or for another alternative you can stuff with sheets and pillow cases.
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.