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Handmade by the Following Members of Mohamed El Asri
Mohamed El Asri
Mohamed was born around Essaouira in 1988. Around the 6th grade, he dropped out of school. In 2008 he moved to Tiznit, a town famous for its silverwork approximately 100 kilometers from Agadir, to work in his cousin's workshop. Once he began working with silver his passion grew and under his cousin's guidance he became a very created and talented silversmith. Mohamed makes silver jewelry for both men and women and ensures that each product respects the cultural traditions of Tiznit silverwork. His talent and quality of work has enabled him to participate in many national handicraft fairs.
2in x 1in
5cm x 3cm
Forceps, Scissors, Cutting Torch
800 Tiznit Silver
Product ID: 8698
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These charms are an important piece of jewelry that Amazigh women traditionally wear in southern Morocco. Special wholesale pricing is available. Ask on [email protected]
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