|Size||2' 9" x 3' 11"|
|Knot Density||200 KPSI|
Persian Gabbeh rugs are traditionally made by nomadic tribes in Iran, particularly the Qashqai and Luri tribes. They are crafted using a technique known as hand-knotting, where each individual knot is tied by hand onto a foundation of vertical warp threads. This meticulous process results in a durable and long-lasting rug.
One of the distinctive features of Persian Gabbeh rugs is their unique and abstract designs. They often feature geometric patterns, tribal motifs, and stylized animals. The designs are typically bold and asymmetrical, with vibrant hues such as red, orange, blue, and green dominating the color palette. These rugs are celebrated for their ability to add warmth and character to any space.