A vintage Moroccan Boujad rug made in the 1970s, 'Wildflowers' features an ivory background with lovely peach and caramel in a random geometric pattern
Wilflowers is the only one like it - handwoven and one-of-a-kind.
Boujad carpets are named after the holy town of 'Budjad' in the Middle Atlas Mountains of Morocco, where the carpets are made from many different tribes. These rugs are the said to be the most mystical of Moroccan rugs, and feature designs that reflect the whim of the weaver.
Boujad rugs are a really wonderful piece of 'folk' art that tell a tale of the lives for the women who make them.
3.1m x 1.33m