Among the specialties of Moroccan crafts, silver jewelry. The most beautiful creations can be found in southern Morocco. Tiznit is the most populous city in the matter. Jewelry can be modern or traditional designs inspired local Amazigh or contemporary designs, the pieces can be large and imposing or otherwise discrete and small, simple or inlaid with precious stones, decorated with black enamel and decorated with colorful designs , geometric, sealed ... in any case they are still as charming and diverse as the tastes and preferences of each individual.
The jewels represent the specialty of the region are fibulas or heavy bracelets, which seems to be the Amazigh woman who served not only ceremonial but also defensive weapons, which forms in diamond.
The fibula, Latin fibula which means "hook", is in its principle the equivalent of safety pins until Merovingian period.
From the Antiquity and in the Middle Ages, the men used it as daily accessory, brooch or hook to attach their clothes, but also as element of finery .Archaeological excavations have uncovered brooches metal (bronze, gold, iron) or ivory, some of which are inlaid with precious stones.
Of all the jewels Amazigh, the fibula is one that offers the greatest diversity. It consists of a metal plate finished with a pin at the base of which is a split ring used to fasten together two pieces of material.
The Amazigh fibulae usually go in pairs, which are attached to each other using a string.
Lobed, round, triangular, with or without precious stones, engraved, chiseled, solid or pierced ... as many women as brooches!