Vintage hand woven belouch rug 107cm x 184 cm
A fabulous rug mid to late 20th century.
Hand made from traditional designs.
Super quality wool with stunning colours. A real work of art for your floor that will look amazing in any room.
Mid 20th century. This rug has a blue back ground which makes it quite unusual and very appealing.
Great condition with no damage this rug will get better and better with age adding a touch of luxury and a country house feel to your room.
The area of Balochistan, the home of the Baluch rug (also Belouch, Balouch or Balooch), borders the south-east of Kerman on the south-eastern edges of the Iranian plateau in Iran, western Pakistan and south Afghanistan. Baluch rug Camels are important to Baluchi tribes and the 'camel print', as well as occasionally camel hair, is used in the creation of their rugs. Baluch rugs can be made on a foundation of cotton or wool, goat hair is often used in the weft. The ‘camel print’ or ‘gul’ repeat medallions are common in Baluchi rugs although various other designs are produced. Dark reds, browns or blue backgrounds often contrast with white, ivory, yellow or orange patterns. Baluchi rugs are soft and flexible yet extremely resilient and have a real feeling of age and history behind them. They are sought after in the West due to their tribal appeal. Baluch rugs are limited in size due to their tribal origins, woven on horizontal looms the maximum length is normally around 2-2.5 metres. Baluch rugs are excellent value for money.
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