Our supportive environment fosters independence, strength of character, and a lifelong pursuit of heritage. We strive to provide our client with an extraordinary craft.

We will never stop trying to keep our creative history alive for the sake of future generations. 

MORROKENZ partners with some of Morocco's few remaining traditional craftsmen to produce the best craft products and lifestyle goods.

In honor of SAFI, the Moroccan city where Africa's first pottery school (the AMALI school) was founded and where ceramics have been practiced for more than two millennia, we created MORROKENZ. UNESCO just named SAFI the pottery capital of the world. After a long trip, we were able to bring our beloved Moroccan craftsman's pottery to the entire world.

Choosing to let people learn about the rich artisanal legacy of Morocco, one of the oldest countries in the world, to create handicrafts was an intentional move. 

Ceramics, beauty and well-being products, and other such pieces are becoming excellent ways for us to share our culture with the rest of the world. With us, you'll be able to discover more about Morocco and our handmade products.

Moroccan art and craft are so unique that it has won the hearts of people all over the world.

Each item at Moroccan Market has a story, a scent, and a context.

Through this brand, we want to make our crafts easier for you to get and give a voice to our most skilled artisans. Respect for men and women who put their hearts and souls into their creative work sets us apart from others.

We have to connect traditional craft communities with people who value authentic products that are made in an environmentally friendly manner. And with the eye of a designer and years of experience in this field, we work together to update shapes, add modern color palettes, and pay attention to the small details to blend old traditions and new ideas. 

And as a craft lover and supporter, you will help keep the traditions and skills of Morocco alive when you buy from our beloved artisans.

Educare School

Jaghnane El Idrissi Omar