This is a pre-1900 hand knotted genuine Persian area rug with 100-percent wool pile, which is in very good (abrash-100-percent vegetable dye) condition.
Hand Knotted rugs are the first choice of critics and collectors, as every knot of the rug is honed by a skilled weaver’s hands, without any machine’s interference.
The quality of a hand-knotted carpet are determined by the number of knots per square inch, as some fine weavers can take up to a year to create a single average size rug.
100-percent Wool is the primary material used to create these handmade rugs that are usually placed in a well-deserving high-price space.
Hand-Knotted rugs can hold up high traffic for more than 20 years, hence are a popular choice for hallways, living rooms, offices etc. These fine examples of craftsmanship silently tell the tale of a weaver’s traditional legacy.
Rug Style: Sarouk (Farahan)
Origin: Central Aisa
Pile: 100-percent Wool
Weave Type: Hand Knotted
KPSI: 225 knots per inch square
Size in Feat: 7′ 1” X 4′ 5”
Size in CM: 216 X 135
Size Class: 4×7
Condition: Very Good (Abrash-100-percent Vegetable Dye)
Primary Color: Beige & Ivories
Color Detail: Green, Light Blue, Navy Blue, Red, Beige, Rose, Light Green, Orange, Blue, Pink, Rust Red, muted gold.
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