A woman’s old ceremonial headscarf from the Berber Ida tribes, most likely from the Ida ou Kensous or the Ida ou Zeddoute, inhabiting areas of the Moroccan Central Anti Atlas in the region of the Jbel Siroua. Hanndwoven in wool by artisan weavers and painted and dyed in three shades with henna in averu characteristic U-shaped pattern.
Morrocan henna dyed wool scarf – £1,600
Morrocan henna dyed wool scarf – these famed designs are thought to be an inspiration to Mark Rothko
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