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Borchelu - 320 x 172 cm

Borchelu Handmade Hand Knotted Genuine Persian Tribal Rug.

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Description

Item no.:35

Style: Borchelu

Province:  Kurdistan

Made in: Iran

Foundation: Cotton

Pile: Wool

Colors:  Red, Blue, Black, Ivory, Green (Refer to the Pictures)

Vegetable dyed

Size in cm: 320 x 172

Shape: Rectangle

Age: 42 Years old

Condition: Excellent (No Fade, No Stain, Undamaged, Unused)

Kpsi: 100 up to 150 (knots per square inch)

Woven: Hand Knotted

Free Delivery to: Australia Wide

 

BORCHELU RUGS

Borchelu rugs, hand woven in the Kurdish district in northwestern Iran, produces intricately detailed floral tribal rugs typified by bright colors and elements of nature.

Borchelu, a Kurdish district in northwestern Iran, produces absolutely magnificent tribal rugs. Their predominantly long, narrow shape lends itself for use as a rug runner.

The Borchelu rug runner is hand woven with great care by nomadic tribes living in remote areas, far away from modern civilization. Borchelu is one of the few places where single wefted rugs are tied with asymmetrical knots. Weaving is done by the women of the tribe.

They educate their daughters in the age old craft of rug weaving and continue to pass down this delicate art from generation to generation. A mother and daughter may work diligently for several months to complete a single rug runner.

 

While some Persian rugs include floral patterns in their designs, the Borchelu rug runner is among the most floral and intricately made of all tribal rugs. The bright colors and elements of nature typify the style of tribal rug runner from this region. A very popular design features a round floral medallion in the center of a field of flowers colored predominantly in magnificent shades of reds and burgundies, with blues, greens, or ivories serving as a contrast.

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Item no.:35

Style: Borchelu

Province:  Kurdistan

Made in: Iran

Foundation: Cotton

Pile: Wool

Colors:  Red, Blue, Black, Ivory, Green (Refer to the Pictures)

Vegetable dyed

Size in cm: 320 x 172

Shape: Rectangle

Age: 42 Years old

Condition: Excellent (No Fade, No Stain, Undamaged, Unused)

Kpsi: 100 up to 150 (knots per square inch)

Woven: Hand Knotted

Free Delivery to: Australia Wide

 

BORCHELU RUGS

Borchelu rugs, hand woven in the Kurdish district in northwestern Iran, produces intricately detailed floral tribal rugs typified by bright colors and elements of nature.

Borchelu, a Kurdish district in northwestern Iran, produces absolutely magnificent tribal rugs. Their predominantly long, narrow shape lends itself for use as a rug runner.

The Borchelu rug runner is hand woven with great care by nomadic tribes living in remote areas, far away from modern civilization. Borchelu is one of the few places where single wefted rugs are tied with asymmetrical knots. Weaving is done by the women of the tribe.

They educate their daughters in the age old craft of rug weaving and continue to pass down this delicate art from generation to generation. A mother and daughter may work diligently for several months to complete a single rug runner.

 

While some Persian rugs include floral patterns in their designs, the Borchelu rug runner is among the most floral and intricately made of all tribal rugs. The bright colors and elements of nature typify the style of tribal rug runner from this region. A very popular design features a round floral medallion in the center of a field of flowers colored predominantly in magnificent shades of reds and burgundies, with blues, greens, or ivories serving as a contrast.