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The dinandier is a craftsman who shapes and manufactures utilitarian and decorative objects by hammering red and yellow copper leaves, pewter, nickel silver, bronze or silver. This trade is usually attached to the boilermaking. However, the work of the dinandier is to apply different techniques, including stamping for cold forging metal objects.
The wood painter is an artisan who applies paint or varnish on the surfaces of a piece of furniture or a wooden object. He also creates ornaments using floral and traditional motifs. The consistency of the paint applied on the bottom of the wood is dark and heavy, while that for the ornaments is lighter and lighter. It uses color pigments diluted in water and an egg-based binder or with oil paint. He makes his decor freehand or stencil.
The woodcarver is an artist specializing in the creation or restoration of works carved in the wood. He cuts the wood to give it precise shapes. Two sculptural techniques can be distinguished: ornamental sculpture and sculpture in the round. The first is to create reliefs on a flat surface by removal of materials, its great era is in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The second is a 3-dimensional sculpture technique which, unlike the former, is not physically attached to the bottom of the room but is placed on a pedestal.
The carpet craftsman manually makes carpets, he designs and realizes the carpets by the application of a variety of weaving techniques requiring a large number of operations, of various but complementary steps. Making a carpet is a real art despite the progress that has taken place in the fields of industry, the manufacture of hand-knotted carpets is still carried out today in much the same way as it was centuries ago . Generally, the Moroccan rug is divided into two large families of carpets: Mainly a stitched carpet called the urban carpet and the "rural carpet", which includes the lockstitched carpet and rug combining both woven patterns with knotted patterns. Adding to these two great families, the "hanbel" is distinguished by the integration of stitches and sequins.
The leather craftsman is the one who manufactures leather products using manual and mechanical tools. The term "leather goods" means "the shaping of leather goods morocco". In its origin "morocco" is a leather originated in Morocco, manufactured since the ninth century, primed by processes giving it an appearance, a flexibility and particular characteristics rare and very popular.