Gabeh (tribal) 9098
Country of origin: Persia
Thick, long-piled rugs produced by the tribes of Fars originally for their own use and not for the commercial market. The word Gabeh means unclipped. Gabeh are usually woven on horizontal looms. Persian Gabeh. Made by nomadic tribesmen from the uplands of the Fars province in southern Persia. The knotting on the better items can be extremely fine by nomadic standard , and a good quality wool is normally used. Nomadic, Natural Dyes, Hand knotted, Wool pile.
The colours of the rug look different depending on the angle from which you look at it.
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