Henna Lamps Are Back!


We hope you are enjoying your summer and thank you for your continued business. We would like to invite you to view our new collection of henna lamps. Please click on the image below.

Moroccan Henna Lamps are Back!

Moroccan Henna Lamps are Back!


Barton Gym Turns Mo-Rock-An: Moroccan and a little rock ‘n’ roll.


A featured article is Interior Design Magazine explains how William Sofield  reinvents the David Barton brand with a Miami Beach gym and spa. Berber Trading Company had something to do with it. 

Moroccan Mirrors by Berber Trading Company at David Barton Gym in South Beach

Moroccan Mirrors by Berber Trading Company at David Barton Gym in South Beach


Canopies from Berber Trading Company at David Barton Gym in South Beach

Canopy Display from Berber Trading Company at David Barton Gym in South Beach

… The secret is the lighting. Originally, it was so dim that some members complained. And we’re talking about South Beachers! “There were a couple of areas that were a little dark,” Barton allows. “People were bumping into the walls.” Pin spots were added, but the effect is still flattering. Gelled halogens and LEDs turn concrete colums among the rows of machines into pinkish-orange accents. In the words of a local marketing executive who’s been a Barton member for more than a decade, “The lighting is so strategic. You look great in every mirror.” Beneath the atrium’s glass vault, panels punched out like Moroccan tin lanterns filter sunlight during the day and are lit a romantic night-sky-over-Marrakech blue after dark. The lighting both seduces and energizes. “The whole place is about getting buff and having fun,” Sofield says. “David’s members work out hard. Then they party harder than anyone and recuperate faster.”…

Love what you do and do what you love.


iTagineTV: Chef Brian Roland cooks Moroccan Tagine


Watch Chef Brian Roland of Gourmet Girl Magazine as he teaches us how to cook in a Moroccan Chiken Tagine using in our Ourika Tagine and serves it in a Blue Berber Tagine.

Plan your work and work your plan


Spices: Turmeric


Known in Morocco as “kharqum” derived from its scientific name (Curcuma Longa). According to Wiki, it belongs to the Ginger family and is believed to have originated in India. Its active ingredient is curcumin, it has a distinctly earthy, slightly bitter, slightly hot peppery flavor and a mustardy smell. In Ayuverdic medicine, it is used as an antiseptic as well as antibacterial, and is used on wounds, cuts, and burns. 

In some eastern countries, it is also used as an anti-inflammatory agent, and a remedy for gastrointestinal disorders, as well as used as a natural food and fabrics colorant.

Moresque Tea Glasses in “Avant Bride”


AvantBride reviewed our Moresque Tea Glasses being used at a wedding as votives on the reception tables. Click here for the full posting.

Tagines Summer Sale


As we’re starting the Summer Season, we would like to share with you a new tested resipe that one of our customers has shared with us. We also offer you a Special Customer Appreciation Discount.  Please use the discount code shown below during checkout and the  total will be  reduced automatically.

Authentic Moroccan Tagines Sale

Authentic Moroccan Tagines Sale

Tagine vs. Tajine vs. Tangine!


There is much confusion about how to spell the word tagine….

People don’t care about what you know until they know that you care.