Last time we visited the house at Alcácer, not only did I solve the mystery of things that went bump in the night, I also discovered some previously hidden treasures including some rather nice Moroccan swag which has gone onto the adoption list. Eat your heart out David — this is a copper lamp shade from Morocco. It needs a good polish and then it is being adopted. As it is very heavy we may use it with a large multi wick candle in the base. I will of course update you with pictures when it is cleaned and in use.
Another one for David — a Moroccan copper pot — this one has been kept clean and polished and is on permanent display.
This one is also on the adoption list. This as you can see is a veteran treadle Singer sewing machine mounted on its own bespoke table. This was bought second-hand by Mr Ps mother over 50 years ago. It is still in use today, running up curtains and sheets for the household.
This sleigh bed is French, the tapestry on the wall behind is hand sewn in Morocco by Mr Ps mother.
I know what this is — it is of leather and wood construction and comes from Morocco. I am going to get you to guess what it is — answers in comments please.