Our brass jewelry is handcrafted in Marrakech. As we use recycled brass, there may be beautiful irregularities in the material. Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc and has a yellow-golden color. If the jewelry is not worn for too long, it may develop a tarnish. You can easily remove this by using a little copper polish on a soft cloth.



Pottery has been made for centuries in the desert village of Tamegroute. The glaze is made from local ingredients, with copper providing the green color. The pottery is made by hand, making each piece unique.

The pottery is characterized by three unglazed dots (in the dinnerware), which is where the products are supported as they enter the wood-fired oven. The glaze contains various shades of green, as well as blue, yellow, and brown. The position in the oven affects the color. We advise against putting the pottery in the dishwasher. In Morocco, the garden pots are left outside all year round, even in the high mountains where it freezes. Morocco is drier than our climate, so we recommend lifting the pots off the ground in the winter.

LPN Collection

In a village in the Atlas Mountains, Mohamed makes ceramic plates, bowls, cups, and frogs for us. He uses a dip-dye technique, and it is always a surprise how the pottery comes out of the oven. Each piece has its own design. We advise against putting the pottery in the dishwasher, but the few times it accidentally ended up in ours, it came out beautifully.


In the High Atlas, Berber women weave colourful cotton cloths. The widths are all different because one house may have a larger loom than another. The cloths are used as bedspreads, tablecloths, or picnic blankets. Our bedspreads are vintage. They are dyed with natural pigments and each one is beautiful in color and pattern.

We advise having the bedspreads dry cleaned.

Cotton blankets

We have the cotton blankets with pom-poms made in Marrakech. They are made of 100% cotton and can be machine washed.


We have a collection of several types of rugs, from vintage to new, flat-woven to thickly knotted, kelim-like to very soft and woolly. One of the most famous types from Morocco is the Beni Ouarian, originating from the Berber tribe of Beni Ouarain, who live in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. The rugs are always made by women. The Beni Ouarain often has a diagonal line pattern, but can also be found with other designs. Vintage means more than 25 years old.