Keen Farahan is a classic oriental rug, but ready for a new, modern vibe. If you hang out with him, you can look forward to 1001 compliments for your impressive interior design style. The rug was made in the Faraahaan region of ancient Persia. The geometric pattern is typical of nomadic tribes and the villagers of the Orient. With over 100 years it is considered an exclusive, antique collector's item. It is the epitome of boss-like stability: honest sheep's wool is undoubtedly the most important material for a hand-knotted rug. After shearing, the wool is divided into different grades, cleaned, washed and further processed by hand. Hand knotting is a craftsmanship that has been handed down over many generations. Such a carpet is labor-intensive knot by knot - the production is therefore extremely time-consuming. Since quality and workmanship can be influenced during the entire production process, there are practically no processing errors.
This carpet was made in a court factory, i.e. it was made for the royal family or for the government. The basic color is real camel hair which has not been dyed! For the highest possible quality material, only highland camels were used.