Ahadoune Henna Dye
This Ahadoune rug was made by a member Aït Sagrouchène tribe. It was hand made 40-50 years ago in the village of Gourrama. The style and design of this rug is extremely rare and truly one of a kind. The raw wool offers a very soft texture and the colors come from natural dyes; the orange is made with Henna and the green from mint.
Info Tribe :
Ait Saghrouchene big family Zenata. They consider coming from Molay Ali ben Amer Ben Yahya Ben Driss Denasti Idrissid. Regarding the legend, Molay Ali Ben Amer, their ancestor would dry a jackal that would devoured the sheaps.
"Saghr" means dry out and "Ouchene" means Jackcal.
- Length: 106’’
- Width: 58.5"
- Material: Wool - raw sheap wool and henna / mint dye
- Type: Area
- Decor: Moroccan / Bohemian / Eclectic
- Style: Glaoui
- Tribe: Glaoua