Baluch Nomadic Persian Carpet 115x275
This Baluch Nomadic Persian carpet is handmade by Baluch nomads, living near the border between Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan
|Material: Wool with plant-based dye|
Width: 115 cm
Length: 275 cm
Area: 316 cm
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More info: The repeating patterns of highly stylized camel's foot or pear-shaped medallions which are framed on all sides along with geometric borders is the most prominent element of Baluch (Balouch) nomadic Persian carpets.
The result is a very geometric and intricate design that borrows largely from Turkmen style, especially in the use of the “gul” motif. Carpet Baluch Nomadic (Balouch) rug is of excellent quality and last for several years. These rugs are usually small (2 x 3 to 4 x 6 feet). Larger sizes exist, but are hard to find.
Finished rugs are nearly square. Dark red or blue contrasted with splashes of white, yellow and orange. They have soft wool, thin, tight pile texture and the foundation of the majority of the Baluch (Balouch) rugs comes from two areas: The Taimani Tribe in Afghanistan and the Baluch Tribes from Iran.
The foundation of Baluch nomadic Persian carpet is made of white cotton or grey wool. In several of these rugs, goat hair is also used as a warp material. Baluch (Balouch) rugs are woven from soft wool and dyed with corrosive black/brown dyes. Weavers in the Baluch (Balouch) region nearly exclusively utilize the asymmetrical Persian knot. Knots are often tiny and densely packed.
Vacuum regularly to extend your Persian rug’s life.
Air it out to help prevent moisture buildup.
Rotate to distribute wear and fading.
Avoid excessive sunlight to prevent fading.
Clean spills immediately to minimize damage.
Use under-rug padding for multiple benefits.
Be mindful of furniture placement.
Supervise pets around the rug.
Call the pros for occasional deep cleans.