Dozens of cultures coexist in Morocco, dozens of different ways of understanding life, and each of them weaves Beni Ourain Marokkanische Teppiche with different colors, motifs, textures, and techniques.
We are not going to get into them simply because we don't know them. We will only point out that the urban ones are very different from the rural ones. The urban ones are of greater dimensions, strong colors and embroidery based on symmetrical repetitions of geometric motifs.
The rural ones can be of different colors depending on the origin, clearer in the middle Atlas - where the klim are typical, bushy with long threads of wool - and more alive to the south.
They must like carpets so much that they think that every tourist should return home with one. In the Medina of Fez alone, there are hundreds of beach bars selling Marokkanische Azilal Teppiche.
Every Moroccan in the tourist world has a "cousin" who sells carpets (strong coincidence), and if walking through the palm grove of Tinerhir someone invites you to have tea at home, 90% that we will taste that tea in the carpet workshop of his "cousin".
Let's play now with hypothetical accounts. If we counted all the beni mguild teppich of all the garitos of all the cities of the whole country, a minimum of 1,000,000 carpets for sale.
Expecting that it takes months to make a good beni ourain teppich, they don't add up. The solution: poor quality of many handicrafts (arched edges, poorly drawn motifs, etc.) due to excessive pressure on the poor producers, and import of many others, especially from the Netherlands - acrylic, and factory.
Many sellers in Morocco sells genuine Marokkanische Wollteppiche.
Theory to buy the real Marokkanische Wollteppiche:
We know the theory, which we expose here, which you should put it into practice while buying marokkanisches kleid: Observe if the edges are straight, scratch with the nail to see if the knots are tight, and tear a piece of wool from the back to turn it on, if not it burns but it smells like roast lamb, it's real wool.
If these tips are not enough for you - on the other hand logical, they are not for us - the solution is to prepare the pocket and buy a carpet that has passed the quality control of the handicraft ministry since they guarantee its origin and have a color code according to the product finish: orange, blue, green or yellow labels, decreasing order of quality.