There is not much I can say about these images.  I think they speak for themselves.  Unlike some of the works of the artists in the market, these were taken in a studio/workshop.  The craftsmanship is exquisite and it decorates homes of the richest and royalty. One of the goals of the owner and his partners is to keep supporting this of art for future generations of Moroccans – a goal worthwhile pursuing. In this post I tried to show many of the steps involved in the creation of these masterpieces.  I hope I have succeeded . Uups, before I leave you, the red and white “fillegrie” is made of cows’ bone and a red resin._O9B1276

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2 Responses to ““Moroccan Fillegrie” – A Speciality of Marrakech” Subscribe

  1. Susan Woog Wagner May 6, 2016 at 1:25 am #

    Wonderful images.. You’ve captured the real artisans and I love the craftsmanship…
    Once more, beautiful work.

  2. Robert Schwartz January 4, 2017 at 1:23 am #

    An Outstanding collection of images!

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