Hangewebter Kelim der Kurden aus dem alten Persien
Kurdischer handgewebter Kelim
Kurdischer handgewebter Kelim
Handgewebter Kelim
Kelim Persien Kurdistan
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Neat kilim

Regular price
€1.500,00 EUR
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€1.500,00 EUR
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160 cm x 130 cm
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SKU: 80469-101

Neat Kelim is simply an absolutely nice guy who is welcome in every room because somehow he always fits in perfectly. Whether stylish or minimalist, you can count on the guy. The carpet was made by the Kurdish people in the northwest of ancient Persia. The geometric pattern is typical of nomadic tribes and the villagers of the Orient. If you are under 50, a premium one-off item like this is still considered new. 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 weaving with a loom is the oldest method of making a carpet. Due to the long tradition, many regional specialties have developed. Typically hand-woven carpets have no pile, but instead have an identical motif on both sides and can therefore be used on both sides. Because of their compact structure, woven carpets are very robust and resistant.

Additional information
Origin Kurdistan, Persia
Age 1995-2005
Manufacturing Method Woven
Material Wool
Length 160 cm
Width 130 cm
Color Blue, Copper, White