Baluch Nomadic Praying Persian Carpet 95x128
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: 95 cm
Length: 128 cm
Area: 135 cm
Shipping: Free delivery in UAE within 7 business days.
More info: Baluch rugs are characterized by the dominant feature of repeated camel's foot- or pear-shaped medallions within geometric borders, creating a geometric and intricate design reminiscent of the Turkmen style, particularly the use of the "gul" motif.
Known for their high quality, these rugs, lasting for years, are typically small (2 x 3 to 4 x 6 feet) with larger sizes being rare. Finished rugs are nearly square, featuring dark red or blue hues contrasted with white, yellow, and orange accents.
Predominantly woven by the Taimani Tribe in Afghanistan and the Baluch Tribes in Iran, the foundations vary, with Iranian Baluch rugs having white cotton or grey wool bases. Goat hair is also a common warp material.
These rugs, with a soft wool, thin, tight pile texture, predominantly use the asymmetrical Persian knot, resulting in small, tightly packed knots.
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.