A colorful addition to the home, this vintage Moroccan wool rug was handmade circa 1950-1960, idealizing the Berber tribal rug style. This particular edition of the mid-century vintage Moroccan rug relies on blue, red, and purple fabric creating this tactile allure, complementing the classic pattern. Elements and characteristics of this region include different textural details for the transitional, modern, contemporary piece to produce its desired shag effect. Horizontal stripes in an array of colors include black, purple, blue, teal, green, and pink. Over these stripes, diamond shapes of various sizes hang down vertically, as those that are black, purple, and red are featured prominently among those that are white, faint pink, and light blue. The diamond lozenge pattern was hailed among the primitivist tribal symbols of the Moroccan weavers as a symbol of femininity and matriarchal attitudes, keeping with the spiritual and magical aspirations of the culture to promote good health through vivid, loving designs that enjoy as much of a storied background as they do a versatile design appeal. This 3’9 x 6’10 rug would make a nice addition to a lively area, able to complement a hallway with the same striking detail as a child’s room.