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Arts and crafts of Morocco

Author: James F Jereb
Publisher: London : Thames & Hudson, [1995]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The arts and crafts of Morocco. This book examines all the media: textiles, jewelry; leather, wood and metalwork; and pottery and ceramics. It contains guidance for collectors and analyzes the belief systems, festivals and ceremonies to which the arts relate.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James F Jereb
ISBN: 050027830X 9780500278307
OCLC Number: 33206598
Description: 160 pages : illustrations (some color), 1 map ; 26 cm
Contents: Beliefs, symbols and tattoos --
Textiles: clothing, weaving and embroidery --
Jewelry and adornment --
Leatherwork, woodwork and metalwork --
Ceramics --
Ceremonies and the celebration of life and death --
Collecting Moroccan arts and crafts.
Responsibility: James F. Jereb.

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Demonstrates the strengths of Moroccos crafts a centuries-long tradition which intermingles influences from both Black Africa and Islam. This book examines vibrantly coloured textiles, jewelry,  Read more...

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Showcases the remarkable achievements of the artisans of this still exotic country.

 
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