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Qala-i-nau Kilim Medium



Description

Unique rug as depicted in photograph, non-repeatable one-off design with the individual irregularities and variety associated with a handmade ethnic rug.
Approximately 6'8" x 4'
Qala-i-Nau, the capital of Badghis Province in western Afghanistan, north of Herat. Qala-i-Nau is Hazara for castle in a gully or narrow valley. In western Afghanistan. Herat was historically one of the greatest artistic centers in the Middle East, and it continues to be a thriving center of the arts in the modern world. This rug has deep sutble colours of brown, granite, madder red and camel, 100% wool. All Soumak have geometric pattern with many tribal motifs all around and are excellent with contemporary, traditional and modern decors.The rugs are made by the nomadic or semi-nomadic tribes.


Dimensions
Length x Width: 204 cm x 122 cm