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Persian Qashqai Rug, Vintage Persian Area Rug, about 7' x 4'

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Original price $950.00
Current price $480.00

Rug ID:1006

Origin:Persian                                            

Type:entrance rug , area rug

Woven:Hand Knotted

Size:6’.10”x3’.10”

Highlight Colors:White , red background  , black

Design:qashghaie

Knot Density: 180 - 200

Shape : rectangular

Pile Material:100% Wool

Foundation Material:Cotton

Condition(used )

Age :1970s

Pile Thickness: Medium

In Stock:One

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2) Please note pictures are part of description, view them with accuracy. Also,  consider colors may look lighter,  darker or different shade depending on the  setting of your monitor or phone.

We tried to include different angles and lighting to present most actual color on photos.

3) Vintage,  aged and antique rugs may have embellishment, fading or other imperfections that is part of their origin, character and authenticity.We do our best to magnify them in photos.

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Qashghaie/ gashghaie rugs and history 

Qashqai are tribal nomad tribes with Torkaman, Arab, Lurs, and Kurd's ethnic background.Some live near the city of Shiraz.Their colorful rugs and Kilim have red or brown ground colors or indigo blue and golden yellow. Thrugs normally have a patter learned from past generations. The patterns could have a medallion layout with vertical diamonds attached. Some times they are repeated in each corner in a smaller size. These rugs are often made by Women weavers who mastered the skills of older generations. One of their famous rugs is called Kashkooli.The medium rugs usually have higher quality, lasting longer due to asymmetric knots and finished parts feature deeply depressed warps. The coloring materials are gathered from nearby countryside barks, berries, herbs, and other foliage to manufacture the needed dye.