Persian Nomadic Rugs

Nomadic Persian Rugs are woven by either nomadic pastoralists or semi-settled tribes people. This represents the simplest and earliest form of weaving. Their looms are horizontal and portable, and Nomadic Persian Rugs (Tribal Rugs) also feature a rectilinear (geometric) design featuring ancient motifs that have been passed down families through the generations. Nomadic Persian Rugs (Tribal Rugs) employ a wool-on-wool construction (whilst settled nomads might use wool-on-cotton).  

 

Qashqai

qashqai1.68x1.20 si

Bownat

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Qashquli

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Yallameh

yallameh1.41x1.04ms s

Mashad Belouch

mashadbelouch2.40x1.48ms s

Gabbeh

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Afshar

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Luri

luri 2.40x1.50m s