ISLA Persian Baluch 191x113cm
61852Regular price £600.00 Sale price £333.00 Save £267.00
This is a Baluch rug (also known as Baluchi) - a handmade rug made by the Baluch nomads. The Baluch nomads are situated between Iran, Pakistan, and Afghanistan. They also exist at a smaller scale in Bahrain and in the Punjab province of India.
Traditionally, Baluch rugs are often small with lively patterns. The main colours are red, brown and dark blue.
|Knot Density||350000-400000 Knots/sqm|
TYSHA Persian Qashqai 302x208cm
66348Regular price £1,750.00 Sale price £1,250.00 Save £500.00
The Qashqai are renowned for their pile carpets and other woven wool products. They are sometimes referred to as "Shiraz" because Shiraz was the major marketplace for them in the past. The wool produced in the mountains and valleys near Shiraz is exceptionally soft and beautiful and takes a deeper colour than wool from other parts of Iran.
Qashqai rugs have been said to be "probably the most famous of all Persian tribal weavings".
|Knot Density||250000-300000 Knots per m2|
MIDNIGHT Signed Persian Qum Silk 89x58cm
57928Regular price £1,250.00 Sale price £700.00 Save £550.00
Most of the hand-knotted high quality Persian silk rugs are made in the city of Qum. The are very carefully and finely knotted. The entire foundation is made from pure silk - both the warp and weft are silk (sometimes only the warp).
Despite their shorter history, Qum Silk Persian rugs are now among the most popular of all Persian rugs, which is down to the superior standard of craftsmanship and the rich variety of patterns. The artists and craftsmen adopted many of the beautiful designs and motifs from other rug producing regions and interpreted them with enormous skill.
|Province||Persian Qum Silk|
|Knot Density||800000-900000 Knots per m2|