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  • Beni Mguild Moroccan Carpets -16% Off
    620

     

    The Berber Beni M’Guild carpets are woven by the tribe’s women in the Middle Atlas region south of Meknes, between the towns of Ifrane and M’Rit, the capital of which is Azrou. They originate in a mountainous environment. They are made of thicker wool and, as a unique feature, are just one color, with variable fringes owing to the employment of several wools during the elaboration process. Originally, they were blue, green, and red; but, for some time now, purple and orange have been common. Certain vintage versions include typical rhomboidal motifs and fish thorn shapes. The ancient Beni M’Guild is scarce and has a hazardous but effective ornamentation. Certain motifs are reversible, with a different hue on either side.

    • State:Vintage from the 1970s
    • Manufacturing: By hand
    • Materials: Organic Wool of sheep 
    • Condition: Perfect, clean, no damage, no stain at all
    • Size: 164cm x 236cm / 5.38ft x 7.74ft

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  • Beni Mguild Moroccan Rug -12% Off
    1323

     

    The Berber Beni M’Guild carpets are woven by the tribe’s women in the Middle Atlas region south of Meknes, between the towns of Ifrane and M’Rit, the capital of which is Azrou. They originate in a mountainous environment. They are made of thicker wool and, as a unique feature, are just one color, with variable fringes owing to the employment of several wools during the elaboration process. Originally, they were blue, green, and red; but, for some time now, purple and orange have been common. Certain vintage versions include typical rhomboidal motifs and fish thorn shapes. The ancient Beni M’Guild is scarce and has a hazardous but effective ornamentation. Certain motifs are reversible, with a different hue on either side.

    • State:Vintage 
    • Manufacturing: By hand
    • Materials: Organic Wool of sheep 
    • Condition: Perfect, clean, no damage, no stain at all
    • Size: 200 cm x 327 cm / 6.56 ft x 10.72 ft

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  • Berber BENI MGUILD Moroccan Rug -17% Off
    799

     

    The Beni Ourain and Beni M’Rirt areas are separated by around 200 kilometers, with the Beni M’Rirt region being farther to the west of the Middle Atlas Mountains. The landscapes of the two are very diverse, and as a result, the components are as well. Historically, this was expressed via the use of symbols in the design of old carpets. The Beni M’Rirt carpets are very rich and opulent, and have a close resemblance to the Beni Ourain designs. They are handwoven following the traditional Berber style, but have a different knot than the Beni Ourain, with a thinner wool yarn and a medium pile. Beni M’Rirt carpets are often bigger.

    • State:Vintage 
    • Manufacturing: By hand
    • Materials: Organic Wool of sheep 
    • Condition: Perfect, clean, no damage, no stain at all
    • Size: 223cm x 321cm / 7.31ft x 10.53ft

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  • Blue Beni Mguild Moroccan Rug -23% Off
    2220

     

    The Berber Beni M’Guild carpets are woven by the tribe’s women in the Middle Atlas region south of Meknes, between the towns of Ifrane and M’Rit, the capital of which is Azrou. They originate in a mountainous environment. They are made of thicker wool and, as a unique feature, are just one color, with variable fringes owing to the employment of several wools during the elaboration process. Originally, they were blue, green, and red; but, for some time now, purple and orange have been common. Certain vintage versions include typical rhomboidal motifs and fish thorn shapes. The ancient Beni M’Guild is scarce and has a hazardous but effective ornamentation. Certain motifs are reversible, with a different hue on either side.

    • State:Vintage
    • Manufacturing: By hand
    • Materials: Organic Wool of sheep 
    • Condition: Perfect, clean, no damage, no stain at all
    • Size: 197 cm x 332 cm / 6.46 ft x 10.89 ft 

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  • Handmade Beni Mguild Area Rug -17% Off
    850

     

    The Berber Beni M’Guild carpets are woven by the tribe’s women in the Middle Atlas region south of Meknes, between the towns of Ifrane and M’Rit, the capital of which is Azrou. They originate in a mountainous environment. They are made of thicker wool and, as a unique feature, are just one color, with variable fringes owing to the employment of several wools during the elaboration process. Originally, they were blue, green, and red; but, for some time now, purple and orange have been common. Certain vintage versions include typical rhomboidal motifs and fish thorn shapes. The ancient Beni M’Guild is scarce and has a hazardous but effective ornamentation. Certain motifs are reversible, with a different hue on either side.

    • Manufacturing: By hand
    • Materials: Organic Wool of sheep 
    • Condition: Perfect, clean, no damage, no stain at all
    • Size: 184cm x 334cm / 6.03ft x 10.95ft

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  • Large Rugs Beni Mguild -26% Off
    1890

     

    The Berber Beni M’Guild carpets are woven by the tribe’s women in the Middle Atlas region south of Meknes, between the towns of Ifrane and M’Rit, the capital of which is Azrou. They originate in a mountainous environment. They are made of thicker wool and, as a unique feature, are just one color, with variable fringes owing to the employment of several wools during the elaboration process. Originally, they were blue, green, and red; but, for some time now, purple and orange have been common. Certain vintage versions include typical rhomboidal motifs and fish thorn shapes. The ancient Beni M’Guild is scarce and has a hazardous but effective ornamentation. Certain motifs are reversible, with a different hue on either side.

    • State:Vintage
    • Manufacturing: By hand
    • Materials: Organic Wool of sheep 
    • Condition: Perfect, clean, no damage, no stain at all
    • Size: 204 cm x 330 cm / 6.69 ft x 10.82 ft 

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  • Large Vintage Beni Mguild Moroccan Rug -8% Off
    720

     

    The Berber Beni M’Guild carpets are woven by the tribe’s women in the Middle Atlas region south of Meknes, between the towns of Ifrane and M’Rit, the capital of which is Azrou. They originate in a mountainous environment. They are made of thicker wool and, as a unique feature, are just one color, with variable fringes owing to the employment of several wools during the elaboration process. Originally, they were blue, green, and red; but, for some time now, purple and orange have been common. Certain vintage versions include typical rhomboidal motifs and fish thorn shapes. The ancient Beni M’Guild is scarce and has a hazardous but effective ornamentation. Certain motifs are reversible, with a different hue on either side.

    • State:Vintage 
    • Manufacturing: By hand
    • Materials: Organic Wool of sheep 
    • Condition: Perfect, clean, no damage, no stain at all
    • Size:  210cm x 310cm / 6.88ft x 10.17ft

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  • Moroccan Beni Mguild  Carpets -9% Off
    1750

     

    The Berber Beni M’Guild carpets are woven by the tribe’s women in the Middle Atlas region south of Meknes, between the towns of Ifrane and M’Rit, the capital of which is Azrou. They originate in a mountainous environment. They are made of thicker wool and, as a unique feature, are just one color, with variable fringes owing to the employment of several wools during the elaboration process. Originally, they were blue, green, and red; but, for some time now, purple and orange have been common. Certain vintage versions include typical rhomboidal motifs and fish thorn shapes. The ancient Beni M’Guild is scarce and has a hazardous but effective ornamentation. Certain motifs are reversible, with a different hue on either side.

    • State:Vintage
    • Manufacturing: By hand
    • Materials: Organic Wool of sheep 
    • Condition: Perfect, clean, no damage, no stain at all
    • Size:200 cm x 296 cm / 6.56 ft x 9.71 ft 

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  • Moroccan Vintage Rugs Beni Mguild -29% Off
    1300

     

    The Berber Beni M’Guild carpets are woven by the tribe’s women in the Middle Atlas region south of Meknes, between the towns of Ifrane and M’Rit, the capital of which is Azrou. They originate in a mountainous environment. They are made of thicker wool and, as a unique feature, are just one color, with variable fringes owing to the employment of several wools during the elaboration process. Originally, they were blue, green, and red; but, for some time now, purple and orange have been common. Certain vintage versions include typical rhomboidal motifs and fish thorn shapes. The ancient Beni M’Guild is scarce and has a hazardous but effective ornamentation. Certain motifs are reversible, with a different hue on either side.

    • State:Vintage from the 1970s
    • Manufacturing: By hand
    • Materials: Organic Wool of sheep 
    • Condition: Perfect, clean, no damage, no stain at all
    • Size: 193 cm x 396 cm / 6.33 ft x 12.99 ft

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  • Morrocan Rug Beni Mguild -11% Off
    1622

     

    The Berber Beni M’Guild carpets are woven by the tribe’s women in the Middle Atlas region south of Meknes, between the towns of Ifrane and M’Rit, the capital of which is Azrou. They originate in a mountainous environment. They are made of thicker wool and, as a unique feature, are just one color, with variable fringes owing to the employment of several wools during the elaboration process. Originally, they were blue, green, and red; but, for some time now, purple and orange have been common. Certain vintage versions include typical rhomboidal motifs and fish thorn shapes. The ancient Beni M’Guild is scarce and has a hazardous but effective ornamentation. Certain motifs are reversible, with a different hue on either side.

    • State:Vintage
    • Manufacturing: By hand
    • Materials: Organic Wool of sheep 
    • Condition: Perfect, clean, no damage, no stain at all
    • Size: 157cm x 404cm / 5.15ft x 13.25ft

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  • Rugs Beni Mguild -15% Off
    650

     

    The Berber Beni M’Guild carpets are woven by the tribe’s women in the Middle Atlas region south of Meknes, between the towns of Ifrane and M’Rit, the capital of which is Azrou. They originate in a mountainous environment. They are made of thicker wool and, as a unique feature, are just one color, with variable fringes owing to the employment of several wools during the elaboration process. Originally, they were blue, green, and red; but, for some time now, purple and orange have been common. Certain vintage versions include typical rhomboidal motifs and fish thorn shapes. The ancient Beni M’Guild is scarce and has a hazardous but effective ornamentation. Certain motifs are reversible, with a different hue on either side.

    • State:Vintage from the 1970s
    • Manufacturing: By hand
    • Materials: Organic Wool of sheep 
    • Condition: Perfect, clean, no damage, no stain at all
    • Size: 155cm x 278cm / 5.08ft x 9.12ft

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  • Vintage berber Moroccan Rug Beni Mguild -7% Off
    1770

     

    The Berber Beni M’Guild carpets are woven by the tribe’s women in the Middle Atlas region south of Meknes, between the towns of Ifrane and M’Rit, the capital of which is Azrou. They originate in a mountainous environment. They are made of thicker wool and, as a unique feature, are just one color, with variable fringes owing to the employment of several wools during the elaboration process. Originally, they were blue, green, and red; but, for some time now, purple and orange have been common. Certain vintage versions include typical rhomboidal motifs and fish thorn shapes. The ancient Beni M’Guild is scarce and has a hazardous but effective ornamentation. Certain motifs are reversible, with a different hue on either side.

    • State:Vintage
    • Manufacturing: By hand
    • Materials: Organic Wool of sheep 
    • Condition: Perfect, clean, no damage, no stain at all
    • Size: 233cm x 326cm / 7.64 ft x 10.69 ft

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  • Vintage Moroccan Beni Mguild Rug -20% Off
    621

     

    The Berber Beni M’Guild carpets are woven by the tribe’s women in the Middle Atlas region south of Meknes, between the towns of Ifrane and M’Rit, the capital of which is Azrou. They originate in a mountainous environment. They are made of thicker wool and, as a unique feature, are just one color, with variable fringes owing to the employment of several wools during the elaboration process. Originally, they were blue, green, and red; but, for some time now, purple and orange have been common. Certain vintage versions include typical rhomboidal motifs and fish thorn shapes. The ancient Beni M’Guild is scarce and has a hazardous but effective ornamentation. Certain motifs are reversible, with a different hue on either side.

    • State:Vintage from the 1970s
    • Manufacturing: By hand
    • Materials: Organic Wool of sheep 
    • Condition: Perfect, clean, no damage, no stain at all
    • Size: 145cm x 218cm / 4.75ft x 7.15ft

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  • X-Large Morocco Vintage Beni Mguild Rug -15% Off
    2290

     

    The Berber Beni M’Guild carpets are woven by the tribe’s women in the Middle Atlas region south of Meknes, between the towns of Ifrane and M’Rit, the capital of which is Azrou. They originate in a mountainous environment. They are made of thicker wool and, as a unique feature, are just one color, with variable fringes owing to the employment of several wools during the elaboration process. Originally, they were blue, green, and red; but, for some time now, purple and orange have been common. Certain vintage versions include typical rhomboidal motifs and fish thorn shapes. The ancient Beni M’Guild is scarce and has a hazardous but effective ornamentation. Certain motifs are reversible, with a different hue on either side.

    • State:Vintage
    • Manufacturing: By hand
    • Materials: Organic Wool of sheep 
    • Condition: Perfect, clean, no damage, no stain at all
    • Size:  183 cm x 264 cm / 6.00 ft x 8.66 ft 

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Beni Mguild Rug

beni mguild carpets

Beni Mguild rug, from western central Middle Atlas in Morocco.  A unique variant of a “tree of life” design; quite typically the weavers of this region in the Middle Atlas love to enlarge flatweave motifs and transform them into boldly drawn pile rug designs. Loved for their playful and complex color variation.

A Beni Mguild rug was also the back drop for style icon Yves Saint Laurent’s avant guard runway collection in 1969. Beni Mguild rugs are those Moroccan beauties whose saturated pink, red, peach, blue, and ochre backgrounds set the tone for warmth and joy in interior design. Many 20th century designers have been captured by the unique personality of Moroccan Berber rugs, whose abstract and geometrical motifs are the vanguard of modernist and post-modernist style. Le Corbusier famously said, “Do as the Berber do: marry imagination to the most recognisable geometry, but define the imagination.” And with that in mind, he showcased Moroccan Berber rugs in his Maison La Roche-Jeanneret and Pavilion de l’Esprit Nouveau.