Vintage Moroccan Rug, Origin: Morocco, Circa: 1950, a mid-20th century Vintage Moroccan hand-made rug. This colorful boucherouite rag rug from Morocco delights with bright colors and easy-to-read abstract pattern. It presents a unique work of tribal art, in which graphics and colors bring out the universal values of beauty. Colors are chosen and arranged intuitively and without plan. It is an authentic reflection of Berber weavers' everyday life. Checker pattern in purple, pink, shades of blue and grey, red, white mix randomly with one or two individual squares of unpredicted color to form a truly unique abstract piece of art. "Boucherouite" means rag or torn cloth in Moroccan Arabic. This kind of rugs were made by Berber women from a combination of any materials that could be found including cotton, nylon and wool. It represents an innovative response of Berber women to socio-economic changes in Moroccan society with nomadic tribes settling in towns and loosing access to sheep breeding. This one-of-a-kind, recycled fabric Moroccan vintage rug would breathe individuality and excitement into any modern interior or else it would perfectly tie together any eclectic décor arrangement.