Hand-knotted Large Kashmar Rug
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Kashmar rugs are known for their high quality and come from the city of Kashan, located in the Khorasan Province in eastern Iran. The tradition of weaving these rugs can be traced back to the 1500s and they are considered to be rare and historically significant. They are made using Persian knots by master weavers and often feature traditional floral designs. The city is also a collection point for Baluch tribal area rugs. Kashmar rugs are made with a cotton foundation and wool pile and are known for their use of pomegranate colors. Baluch rugs from the region, also known as "Kashmar Baluch," typically feature designs such as Mihrab or large center motifs, with colors such as reds, dark blue, and occasionally ivory or camel. By the late 20th century, many weavers from Kashmar had started to adopt designs similar to other regions in Iran to meet the demands of domestic and foreign consumers.
The Pile material is 100% natural fine wool and the foundation is made of natural cotton.
Dimensions: 12'8"x9'7" - 387x292 cm