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211 cm x 272 cm

1 in stock


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  • ID: 14178
  • Name: Heriz (very rare)
  • Size: 211 cm W x 272 cm L
  • Woven: Hand-Knotted 
  • Origin: Persian
  • Age: Contemporary (not used)
  • Pile: 100% Wool - Shiny Wool
  • Foundation: 100% Cotton
  • Dying : Natural dyes
  • UNIQUE: Only 1 in stock
  • CERTIFIED GENUINE: Comes with Certificate of Authenticity
    This rug is knotted in northwestern Persia. The rug is often large and very durable and therefore suitable for hallways and public environments with high traffic areas. The wool is cut short to an average length.
    The city of Heriz is situated in the northwest of Iran/Persia, not far from the greater city of Tabriz. In the city and its surroundings carpets are manufactured with a pattern that is easily recognized; in the center, there is a large right-angled medallion with large marked corner sections. Large carpets are mainly made by fairly rough yarn on a cotton warp with a rustic design. Heriz carpets, with its high wool quality, are well known for their durability and hardiness and are very suitable for hallways and dining-rooms.
    RUGS WOVEN BY NOMADS: Nomads move continuously and do not stay permanently in one geographic region.They weave handmade carpets on collapsible looms. Due to that fact there may be slight variations in weaving and the different shades of wool with sometimes uneven in shape giving it a real feeling of a genuine nomadic handicraft. The weaving is made from memory and it depends on each artisans momentary inspiration. The workmanship is of high quality from hand spun wool to preparing the natural dyes from organic plants and roots to dye the wool in different colors in preparation for weaving. Persian Handmade rugs have a timeless appeal which transcends the whims of fashion, and are one of the most sustainable and eco-friendly flooring options available. Each unique design represents the artistic vision and fine craftsmanship by the hand of the weaver.

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