7' 5'' x 4' 5'' Baluch Authentic Persian Hand Knotted Area Rug - 111841

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Product Description

Collection: Baluch Rug.
Age: 40-60 Years (Semi Antique).
Size FT: 7' 5'' x 4' 5'' .
Size CM: 225 cm x 135 cm.
Colors: Red, Blue, Red-Brown, Camel, Cream, Black, White.
Material: 100% Natural Wool and Cotton.
Has fringe.

Baluch Rugs
Baluch rugs are hand knotted carpets that come from the Baluchistan region. The Baluch people, who are a nomadic tribe, are known for their unique rug-making traditions, which have been passed down from generation to generation.
Baluch rugs are characterized by their intricate geometric designs and bold colors. The designs often feature stylized flowers, animals, and other motifs, and the colors used are typically earthy tones such as browns, reds, and blues. The rugs are also known for their fine-quality wool, which is often hand-spun and dyed using natural materials.
One of the distinguishing features of Baluch rugs is their small size. These rugs are typically small enough to be used as decorative wall hangings or as prayer rugs, with dimensions ranging from 2x3 feet to 4x6 feet. Despite their small size, Baluch rugs are highly valued for their beauty and craftsmanship.
Another notable feature of Baluch rugs is their durability. The weavers use a tight knotting technique that creates a dense, sturdy weave, making the rugs able to withstand heavy use and foot traffic. The wool used in these rugs is also known for its resilience, ensuring that the rugs will last for many years with proper care.
Finally, Baluch rugs are prized for their cultural significance. Each rug tells a story about the weaver's life and traditions, and the designs and patterns are often passed down from generation to generation. For the Baluch people, rug-making is a way of preserving their cultural heritage and passing it down to future generations.
In conclusion, Baluch rugs are a unique and beautiful expression of the Baluch people's cultural heritage. Their intricate designs, bold colors, and durability make them a valuable addition to any home, while their cultural significance makes them a valuable piece of art history.

Original name: Baluch Rug.
Alternative name(s): Baluch Carpet.
Origin: Sistan and Baluchestan, khorasan.
Category: Village, Nomadic.
Common designs: Mihrab, Boteh.
Dyeing method: Natural, Synthetic.
Pile material: Wool, Camel Hair.
Foundation material: Wool, Cotton, Camel Wool.
Knot type: Asymmetrical (Persian).

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