Bougie Baluchi is a nomadic rug: a cool, rustic type just waiting to pimp up any room. Carpets like this one are made by nomads directly from memory, freestyle and without a pattern. The carpet was made by the Baluchistan people in the south-east of ancient Persia. The geometric pattern is typical of nomadic tribes and the villagers of the Orient. With over 50 years of age, it is considered a premium vintage one-off 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.
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