Country of origin: Persia
Kashan rugs are handmade in the city of Kashan and its surroundings. Superior rugs were manufactured here during the Safavid dynasty (1502-1736). After a period of decline high quality rugs were being manufactured again at the end of the 19th century. The rugs are manufactured with high knot density with Persian knot, warp and weft of cotton and the wool for the pile is of high quality. The patterns consist of beautifully designed medallions, niches, trees and figural motifs, dominating colours are blue, red and beige.
Pile: wool yarn of good quality
Weft: cotton yarn, 2 wefts between the rows of knots
Warp: cotton yarn
Knot density: 90 000 - 380 000 knots per square metre
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