hjra table lamp

Anti-Atlas
€ 800,00 EUR

- Handspun and handwoven white lampshade
- made of 100% Siroua wool, an endangered sheep living in a volcanic massif with very long wool fibers, located less than 100 km from the weavers' village
- the lampshade is made in the Anti-Atlas region by the weavers from the Feija tribe and then the table lamp is assembled by us using cannes de Provence (local reed) and local rock in Marseille.

Approximate measurements: 50 x 26 cm

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hjra table lamp
hjra table lamp
hjra table lamp
hjra table lamp

hjra table lamp

Anti-Atlas
€ 800,00 EUR

- Handspun and handwoven white lampshade
- made of 100% Siroua wool, an endangered sheep living in a volcanic massif with very long wool fibers, located less than 100 km from the weavers' village
- the lampshade is made in the Anti-Atlas region by the weavers from the Feija tribe and then the table lamp is assembled by us using cannes de Provence (local reed) and local rock in Marseille.

Approximate measurements: 50 x 26 cm

full description
sizing
handmade
care instructions

The artisan

Feija tribe

This village is landlocked in the mountains of the Moroccan Anti-Atlas, until the early 2000s, it was accessible only on foot or accompanied by mules. The architecture of their typical houses is entirely made of local stones. The village is mostly inhabited by women,  the lack of work force men to leave for bigger big cities.

Two cooperatives and more than 45 Berber women work in this tribal territory. Women weavers go on keeping this ancestral savoir-faire alive as the veil is still used for wedding ceremonies.

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Feija tribe