Vintage Hanbal Rug




Beautiful Moroccan Boucherouite Rug handmade by women in their homes ini the Atlas Mountain region of Morocco. Each rug is individually made over a period of months creating a unique one of design. Stunning colours and design every pattern has a different meaning symbolising traditions, luck and happiness.


Hanbal/Hambel are handwoven flat weave rugs lighter, softer, a larger blanket type rug and less thicker than than traditional rugs. The word Hanbal in Morocco refers to the weaving method used. These stunning rugs can measure up to 12 foot and were used as bedding and relaxing, or to decorate the tent.


Boucherouite Rugs are traditionally made from textured pile using strips of fabric, Cotton and Wool. Handmade with fabric strips to create Texture and a Beautiful soft pile to this piece finished with a knotted fringe.
One off Artistically designed Rug to complete a contemporary look to any space, create a highly decorative feature when wall hung or as a Luxurious floor covering.


Weave <> Flatweave
Colours <> Multi Tones
Texture <> Low Pile
Age <> Vintage
Size <>134 x 225 cm /  4'5" x 7'4"


Please note the following information is for your interest.

All rugs are cleaned prior to shipping. This item is shipped direct from Morocco by secure fast couriers with guaranteed delivery. Please allow for the processing of your order 1-3 Days. We will provide tracking number upon request once your order has been dispatched.

Delivery time 3 - 5 days depending on location and customs.
A wonderful free trade agreement exists between the US and Morocco allowing exemption from custom charges.

We also recommend that a rug pad be used underneath your rug this aids the longevity of the rug, protects the weave, prevents movement and protects the underside from any soiling. Rugs are beautiful on the reverse side too and can be used in the summer months in this position giving your space a lighter feel.

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