Under the wrought-iron knocker, a hamsa had made of boe and decorated with henna has been inlaid, and it is surrounded by beautiful art nouveau-style carving. Dark moroccan silver rivets on the door are carefully placed in the hand-carved lattice design, giving further protection from evil forces and adding even more to the exquisite beauty of the piece. Wrought-iron hardware for the knocker and slide-lock. Tamarisk wood, also known as salt cedar, is naturally pest repellent and ages beautifully. The variances in grain and staining create a beautiful contrast and add a rich warmth.This beautiful set of hand-carved wooden doors was made in a family cooperative in the southern moroccan town of amazraou, near zagora. This item was completely handmade in the tuareg cooperative, using techniques passed down through many generations.
These are truly the finest doors you will find in all of morocco. Absolutely stunning and one of a kind. Double doors in frame measure 209cm tall x 211cm wide (82in x 83in).
Each door measures 190cm x 98cm (75in x 39in).