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Handmade by the Following Members of Warchat Mohamed Amda
Mohamed Amda was born in Azlak roundabout in Kalaat Magouna in the year 1980, which includes the largest cooperative for the manufacture of daggers. He is married and a father of four children . Currently living in Ouarzazate, his first school level is secondary, he learned the craft at the hands of the father, and the beginning was the manufacture of daggers, where the first activity of the region, and after the father’s death a few years ago, he moved to Ouarzazate because it attracts a number of tourism every year and thus the craft has been developed to manufacture other products according to market requirements
17in x 2in x 1in
42cm x 6cm x 3cm
Hammer and Cisors, Welding Tools
Product ID: 13413
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A Sousse and Saharien culture , mean masculinity during the wedding parties or equestrian ceremony. could be as well on wall houses decoration
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