Terracotta amphora worked by female potters from El Rif.
Moroccan pottery from this area is characterized by an ancient tradition born in prehistory. This art that has survived to our days, inherited from mothers to daughters, is molded by hand and fired in the open air. His drawings are traced with a goat hair brush decorated with manganese (black) and iron oxides (red).
Measurements: 57cm high; 38cm in diameter.
As it is a handmade piece, it may contain slight imperfections characteristic of the work process and the nature of its material.