24.5 X 37.5 inches // WOOL
Tazairzeet is a feminine symbol of Amazighi women and is a traditional metal pin that adorns their garments for formal occasions. Its distinctive design has been featured prominently in the handwoven Amazigh carpets of southern Morocco for thousands of years. This particular carpet also features the repeated usage of the famous “Free Man” symbol along its outer borders; this symbol is synonymous with the fierce independence and strength of the Amazigh people, whose flags raise the sign of the “Free Man” from Morocco to Mali. This carpet was hand woven and crafted in the town of Agdz, Morocco, by Naima and Fatima.