masque abelam PNG hogon soninké mali marteau lawlé baoulé vipère bitis burkina cruche bozo mali ikenga yoruba nigeria porte maroc berbère porte berbère maroc porte berbère maroc collier pedi afrique du sud kuyu congo bronze fleche fleche PNG arrow fleche PNG arrow marteau baoule poids or ashanti poids or akhan poids or baoule egungun nigeria yoruba peigne akhan ghana mumuye statue nigeria benoue

Mumuye statue- Nigeria

R0701

Akhan comb

T0627

Egungun staue - Yoruba

T0420

Akhan gold weigth

LP278

Akhan gold weigth

LP277

Akhan gold weigth

LP276

Bawle Law'le hammer

S0106

Combat arrow

Papua New Guinea

Combat arrow

Papua New Guinea

Combat arrow

Papua New Guinea

Brass Kuyu figure- Congo

OPER01

Pedi beads necklace - South Africa

P0939

Berber door - Anti Atlas - Morocco

L0846

Berber door - Anti Atlas - Morocco

L0841

Berber door - Anti Atlas - Morocco

L0840

Ikenga statue - Yoruba - Nigeria

T0422

Bozo water bowl - Mali

S0601

Lobi Bitis snake - Burkina Fasso

R1015

Bawle Law'le hammer - Ivory Coast

R1002

Soninke hogon - Mali

R0901

Abelam yam mask - Papua New Guinea

N1207

Thanakra just entered its 20th year of existence and still is rue de Grenelle in Paris where you may discover a wide choice of moroccan tribal carpets originating in all parts of Morocco, mostly mountains. Their vast majority is made of authentic family carpets (made at home for home); the balance is made of workshop carpets woven in the countryside of their regions of origin. All of them are woven by hand and able to grant your interior a dimension, an originality, a tone rooted with their freedom of composition and the quality of their handspun wools, that are either dyed according to traditional practices or just used with their natural color. European architects and decorators of the first half of the 20th century already noticed the modernism and originality of these moroccan tribal carpets woven by berber people whose independence was a cherished treasure.