While I’m in Morocco, I’ve asked some of my favourite bloggers to write some desert inspired guest posts. First up, it’s the amazing even*clevelandÂ (also, check out her incredible Sahara posts from a few weeks ago!)
assrou n’swoul: translated as ‘the key thrown over the shoulder’. Used by wealthyÂ TuaregÂ women as a counterweight to keep their veils and robes in place, and prized by their owners as symbols of status of prestige. Made of laminated layers of copper, iron, silver and brass.