Country of origin: Persia
Koliai carpet, handmade by semi nomadic koliais (Kurdish). The Kurds are known as good carpet weavers. The carpets are firmly knotted with a high pile and a saturated colour scale. Koliai weavers use a cotton or wool warp, both with two wefts between the rows of knots. Their patterns often have large, geometrical figures. The workmanship is strong; the carpets are heavy and compact with good durability.
Pile: rough wool yarn of good quality
Weft: cotton or wool yarn, usually one weft after every row of knots
Warp: cotton or wool yarn
Knot density: 80.000 - 250.000 knots per square metre
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