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Vintage Indian Rug, Silky Pile, 6’2” x 4’2”, KPSI 280- 300

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Original price $1,200.00
Original price $1,200.00 - Original price $1,200.00
Original price $1,200.00
Current price $650.00
$650.00 - $650.00
Current price $650.00

Rug ID:1198


Type: area rug

Woven:Hand Knotted

Size: 6’2”x4’2”

Highlight Colors:Orange , Green, beige

Design: pictorial

Knot Density:280-300

Pile Material: Lamb wool

Foundation Material:Cotton.                                           

Condition: used

Shape: rectangular

Age :1970s

Pile Thickness: low

In Stock: One

Essential points prior to purchase:

1) We only ship to mainland 48 states in Us .

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.

4) We stand behind our products for your most satisfaction in accordance to our return policy.

Pakistan rug and history:

The rug manufacturing started in India and when Pakistan separated, Muslim weavers moved to Pakistan. In recent years they are using Newland wool yarn which gives the rugs a silky look. The high knot density rugs have stronger durability at a lower price than Persian rugs.

The quality of rugs especially in corners can not be compared to Persian rugs for durability. They are mass-produced in Karachi and Rawalpindi divided into Mori and Persian .90% of Mori rugs have Bokhara or Turkmenistan patterns. Ziegler rugs in Pakistan have patterns copied from the older traditional Arak district of Iran. Persia rugs are also manufactured in Pakistan have inspiration from Caucasian rugs that are sold as" Kazak fine" .