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304 x 212
Handspun wool Unique Knotted by hand
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This Persian Bakhtiari was hand-knotted by nomads of the Bakhtiari tribe. This Persian carpet plays with the colours of the Orient in the most beautiful patterns. The design of its ornaments is inspired by Persian gardens. Over the years, the so-called traditional garden design has gained great popularity in the western world. Its high knotting density in combination with the strong yarn promises a long-lasting pleasure of Persian carpet art.

Village / nomad rug

This rug belongs to village and nomadic rugs from Iran, formerly Persia. This type of rug is knotted by hand in smaller towns and villages in old tradition. Even nomads still knot Persian rugs in the open air. The rugs are knotted without a draft and completely from the mind. They are characterized by classical ornaments, which are arranged in straight and geometrical patterns. Thanks to their cultural-traditional origin, these rugs have a unique character that embodies ancient Persia.

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Handspun wool

This rug is made of hand spun sheep wool of the highest quality. Especially in Iran (former Persia), Afghanistan and Pakistan wool is still spun by hand before the actual knotting of the rug begins. Wool has proven itself as a natural and extremely hard-wearing material over centuries. Among other things, it has dirt-repellent and heat-insulating properties. At the same time, wool is incomparably soft and has a natural shine.

Knotted by hand

Traditionally hand-knotted rugs still form the highest quality standard among all types of rugs. Depending on the type of knot, the rugs are extremely robust and can last for generations. The finer and tighter a rug is knotted, the more detailed ornaments and patterns can be depicted on the pile. At the same time, a very fine oriental rug requires a much higher manual effort as well as a higher level of experience and skill of the knotter. Thus the knot density also serves as a decisive value factor of hand-knotted rugs. The quality is not directly related to the knot density. A rather coarse rug may well have been made in excellent quality.

Care & Fair

Following our ethical principles, we at Nain Trading are declared supporters of the organization CARE & FAIR. The goal is joint action by carpet dealers worldwide to give children from carpet weaver families in India and Pakistan the foundation for socially protected growing up. This improves the situation for the whole family in the long term. A child-friendly childhood for a life worth living - that is the mission.


Carpet ID: 160308009896549 Size: 304x212 cm Thickness: ap. 12 mm Knot density: 200 000 - 250 000 / m² Manufacturing: Knotted by hand Pile: Handspun wool Warp: Cotton Origin: Persia / Iran Age: New Weight: ap. 23 kg Also know as Baktjar In stock: Unique - Only 1 in stock

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