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We visited this jeweller today and watched him at work and then bought a gorgeous pair of filigree earrings. I was spoilt for choice and the man who owns the shop and makes the jewellery is very friendly and welcoming.
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I was brought here 5years ago by a member of the Moroccan staff from La Maison Anglasie where I was staying, so I knew this was someone I could trust and that his work is the best. He is a lovely man and I have...More
Original handmade quality jewellery from silver. Big choice. Do not afraid to ask the locals, where to find it. It is in medina souk, small section with jewellery shops, on the corner. Great place to buy something reminding you of your trip.
Found this little shop in the Taroudant market via a local. The jeweller was working away in the corner of his shop, skilfully layering silver with cedar wood.
He showed me the entire process and finished off a ring whilst I was there. I speak...More
I was thrilled to meet this fine artist. We contacted him based on reviews and he actually met us at our lodging since we were working on a short time frame. Once we were in the souk, he showed us a couple of pieces he...More
I had a pair of solid silver earrings made here in the traditional Amazigh liberty sign, which I love. And the jeweller made them in a day, fantastic craftsman.And, of course ,I had to haggle about the price which I did before ordering them, the...More
Aarab Lahcen is still practicing the ancient art of silver filigree in his little shop in Taroudant. It's becoming more difficult to find Moroccan silver work. Much of the silver in Morocco is imported from Thailand. Not so in Lahcen's shop. He pulls the tiny...More