Moroccan Ceramic.

Ceramic art is a prominent and ancient activity in the Draa Valley in Morocco and reveals the imprint of the artisanal culture and influences of Fez and Marrakech. Tamegroute pottery is one of the oldest of its types. Its raw material consists mainly of clay, the color of which remains a secret inherited from ancient practices in Fez; its unique, green enamel is celebrated, and created by local potters. It is typical of rural pottery and is handed down as an inheritance from father to son.

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