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Handmade by the Following Members of Cooperative Tiglmamin
Halima Aissaoui from Moulide was born in 1976 and later relocated to Khenifra. Halima is a widow and has three children. Halima completed the third grade and then went on to learn the art of weaving from her mother and through vocational training. Halima joined the cooperative in order to make money to manage the expenses of her home and her children.
4ft 9in x 3ft 1in x 1in
1m 46cm x 93cm x 3cm
Taska, Traditional Loom
Product ID: 13446
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