Our Glorious History
The Coin Berbère 67 is a family run carpets and antiques shop in the Medina of Fes across multiple generations. Owned by Bouzidi Idrissi brothers: Khalid and Abdul.
The shop was mentioned in the New York Times magazine, it has a wide collection of Rare Moroccan antique textiles, 17th and 18th century wooden doors, pottery, rich embroideries, silver jewelry, ancient silk caftans and a large selection of carpets from over 40 different tribes
Ranked N° 1
The best Rugs and Antique Store in Fez city
Coin Berbère are set up to freight carpets anywhere in the world with the fast DHL service.
From the Atlas Mountains to the Sahara desert,
each tribe has developed its own
distinctive design with varying weaving and embroidery styles.
Azillal rugs are tribal rugs from the central Moroccan province of Azillal. Azillals typically incorporate more geometric shapes and multiple colors of wool tainted with vegetables dyes.
Beni Ourain rugs are handmade in the Rif Mountains by Beni Ourain tribes; they are 100% sheepskin wool.
Vintage carpets are hand woven by skilled women. They have colorful designs with Berber motifs.
Kilim rugs are producing in the High Atlas Mountains, it is known by their intricate Lattice work and thick pile bounds
Handira or Moroccan weeding
Handira or Moroccan weeding blankets are coming from the Middle Atlas; they are madding from cotton, linen and sheep’s wool.