Gabbeh (sometimes known as Gabba) rugs are tribal Persian rugs. They are characterised by abstract designs, often minimal with playful; geometric motifs. They are popular among the populations of the Zagros Mountains in Iran, known as the Kurdish, Luri an Qashqai tribes. This is Persian Gabbeh design, but has been hand woven in India.
Gabbeh rugs are much thicker than most other handmade rugs, with a thickness of around 7mm.