Traditional support for burn incense , copper-plated metal hand-cut , this support has always accompanied religious occasions but also wedding ceremonies , it is closely linked to the traditional Moroccan culture and is a great symbol to drive away evil minds but also a symbol of hospitality
Brassware is an ancestral art which refers to the artistic work of metal, the dinandier, forms the sheets of metals like copper, brass, silver, aluminum, nickel silver or even tin using Various tools, hammers and scissors. Brassware is an ancestral art of precision that requires a lot of time and coordination of an entire team. In Morocco, the city of Fes excels in the art of copperware, from the first dynasties that succeeded one another in Morocco, but it is under the Mérinides that the brassware has acquired its titles of nobility. The master craftsmen dinandiers of Biyadina, have acquired a solid mastery of this art, they excel in the manufacture and the shaping of teapots, trays, sugar bowls, photophores, mirrors etc ...
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