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Balouchi Handmade Hand Knotted Persian Rug.

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Rug no.: 304

Style: Balouchi

Province: Sistan o Balouchestan

Made in: Iran

Foundation: Cotton

Pile: Wool & Goat Hair

Colors: Red, Ivory, Deep Yellow, Black, orange, Dark Blue (Refer to the Pictures)

Size in cm: 187 x 101

Shape: Rectangle

Age: 16 Years Old

Condition: Excellent

Kpsi: 110 (knots per square inch)

Woven: Hand Knotted

Where is BALOUCHESTAN?

The province of Baluchestan, where the tribes who make the distinctive Baluch rug have lived over the centuries, borders KERMAN to the east and south. The two important cities in this province are ZABOL and ZAHEDAN.

Visibility: The most dominant feature of BALUCH carpets is a pattern formed by the repetition of highly stylized camel's foot- or pear-shaped medallions surrounded on all sides by geometric borders. The result is a very geometric and intricate design .BALUCH rugs from IRAN have white cotton or grey wool foundations. Goat hair is also a common warp material in many BALUCH rugs. BALUCH rugs are made of soft wool, are loosely woven, and are colored with corrosive black/brown dyes. Camel wool is widely used as a background color in the making of many Baluch pile rugs

 

Knots: BALUCH weavers use almost exclusively the asymmetrical Persian knot. Knots tend to be small and tightly packed down.

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Rug no.: 304

Style: Balouchi

Province: Sistan o Balouchestan

Made in: Iran

Foundation: Cotton

Pile: Wool & Goat Hair

Colors: Red, Ivory, Deep Yellow, Black, orange, Dark Blue (Refer to the Pictures)

Size in cm: 187 x 101

Shape: Rectangle

Age: 16 Years Old

Condition: Excellent

Kpsi: 110 (knots per square inch)

Woven: Hand Knotted

Where is BALOUCHESTAN?

The province of Baluchestan, where the tribes who make the distinctive Baluch rug have lived over the centuries, borders KERMAN to the east and south. The two important cities in this province are ZABOL and ZAHEDAN.

Visibility: The most dominant feature of BALUCH carpets is a pattern formed by the repetition of highly stylized camel's foot- or pear-shaped medallions surrounded on all sides by geometric borders. The result is a very geometric and intricate design .BALUCH rugs from IRAN have white cotton or grey wool foundations. Goat hair is also a common warp material in many BALUCH rugs. BALUCH rugs are made of soft wool, are loosely woven, and are colored with corrosive black/brown dyes. Camel wool is widely used as a background color in the making of many Baluch pile rugs

 

Knots: BALUCH weavers use almost exclusively the asymmetrical Persian knot. Knots tend to be small and tightly packed down.