This artisanal pot is made in the southern foothills of the Rif Massif by Aicha.
Made using early primitive ceramic techniques from the Rif region, dating back to 6000 BC. After drying, the pieces are covered with a whitish slip and decorated with a pattern of red and brown ocher. These pieces are made from clay found in the potters surroundings in the Rif Mountains.
Decorative motifs are painted with a goat hair brush made by the potter to apply natural pigments. Variations are to be expected - each piece is fired in an open fire creating different results including smoke marks, making each piece one of a kind.