Gabbeh (from the Persian language farsi; raw, natural, uncut) represents a rough and primitive carpet with patterns mostly made by Ghashghai nomads from the Farsi province in the southwest of Iran. These carpets are probably the most well-known handmade carpets from Iran. They are manufactured by handspun wool, both in the pile and warp, and the yarns are dyed using plant dyes. The carpets are much thicker than other Persian carpets, sometimes up to 2.5 cm thick.
The patterns of the carpet are of a simple type with only a few elements of decorative, mostly rectangular objects containing animals.
100 % Wool
Size: 4′ x 6′ (120×180)
?NAIN? IN CENTRAL IRAN IS FAMOUS FOR ITS BEAUTIFUL CARPETS FOR CENTURIES THE USE OF PASTEL AND HARMONIOUS COLOUR COMBINATIONS TOGETHER WITH INTRICARE DESIGNS MAKE THE NAIN CARPETS MOST SOUGHTAFTER.A HIGHLY COLLECTABLE ART WORK WOVEN BY THE MASTER WEAVER.
100% Wool & Silk inlay
Size: 6’9″ x 9’9″ (200x300cm)
A Sarouk rug is a type of Persian rug from Markazi Province in Iran . Sarouk (also Saruk or Sarough) rugs are those woven in the village of Saruk and also the city of Arak and the surrounding countryside. Sarouk rugs continue to be produced today, using the same methods as during early production, with the exception of the post-production dye job. Known for their exceptional quality and ability to withstand decades of wear,
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