Old tent poles from the Moroccan South Berber Nomadic people in the Sahara desert. They were also used as palanquins’ feet to create the camel saddle. When the blue men of Sahara stop, this saddle is turned upside down and acts as a table or luggage carrier.
Each wooden tent pole features a unique engraving with a beautiful geometric pattern. The tent stake became authentic pieces of art that add authenticity and vintage and ethnic atmosphere to an interior.
The perfect masterpiece for travel-themed home decor!
This tribal ornament is a fantastic piece with a long story. It features a mushroom-shaped head and a long carved wooden body decorated with Tuareg engravings.
Why I love it:
I love vintage objects, imperfections, and patina of age. Especially the naive or primitive creations that men and women have shaped for personal use and pleasure.
Carries wear and evidence of use—metal base for better exhibition. Black felt pen underneath.
Dimensions: H33″, base 6″x6″ —— H85cm, base 16x16cm
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