Whatever your heart desires [and some that it doesn't] can be found in any colour, any size or shape and any quantity in the Marrakech souks. There are some exquisite artisan goods of the highest calibre alongside questionable Asian imports sold under the guise of Berber antiquities, but all come at a price. That price is to be determined on the day by he who haggles hardest. Often people ask my opinion about the price they paid for an item and to be honest I really don't know . If you love something, buy it, take it home and enjoy it, I tell them. I roughly think you want to aim to pay around half the original starting price but I do not believe in going backwards and forwards over what amounts to a few cents or a few euros. As tourism is down, the vendors are finding life very tough. If you are not comfortable with bargaining then a visit to the Government Artisnal Centre with its set prices will be way less daunting. No matter your preference, you can shop till you drop.