Senneh

Senneh

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Serapi

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Yalameh

Yalameh

0.00
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Bakhshayesh

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Serapi

Serapi

0.00
Tribal Bijar

Tribal Bijar

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Suzani

Suzani

0.00
Bijar Tribal

Bijar Tribal

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Serapi  Hand knotted in northern Afghanistan by Hazara women in a cottage industry setting using handspun vegetable dyed Ghazni wool on upright looms. Kebabian’s rugs and carpets from these families are some of the finest examples of classic tribal and village designs due to the weavers' commitment to continuing the integrity of the original carpets. This requires the use of authentic materials, proper weaving and finishing. The end results are recreations that have "soul" and where the human touch is self-evident.

Serapi

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Serapi  Hand knotted in northern Afghanistan by Hazara women in a cottage industry setting using handspun vegetable dyed Ghazni wool on upright looms. Kebabian’s rugs and carpets from these families are some of the finest examples of classic tribal and village designs due to the weavers’ commitment to continuing the integrity of the original carpets. This requires the use of authentic materials, proper weaving and finishing. The end results are recreations that have “soul” and where the human touch is self-evident.

Serapi

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Baluch

Baluch

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Suzani

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Serapi

Serapi

0.00
Verneh  Hand knotted in northern Afghanistan by Turkmen women in a cottage industry setting using handspun vegetable dyed Ghazni wool on horizontal looms. Kebabian’s rugs and carpets from these families are some of the finest examples of classic tribal and village designs due to the weavers’ commitment to continuing the integrity of the original carpets. This requires the use of authentic materials, proper weaving and finishing. The end results are recreations that have “soul” and where the human touch is self-evident.

Verneh

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Karajeh  Hand knotted in northern Afghanistan by Hazara women in a cottage industry setting using handspun vegetable dyed Ghazni wool on upright looms. Kebabian’s rugs and carpets from these families are some of the finest examples of classic tribal and village designs due to the weavers' commitment to continuing the integrity of the original carpets. This requires the use of authentic materials, proper weaving and finishing. The end results are recreations that have "soul" and where the human touch is self-evident.

Karajeh

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SERAPI

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Moroccan

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Oushak  Hand knotted in northern Afghanistan by Hazara weavers in a cottage industry setting using handspun vegetable dyed Ghazni wool on upright looms. Kebabian’s rugs and carpets from these families are some of the finest examples of classic tribal and village designs due to the weavers' commitment to continuing the integrity of the original carpets. This requires the use of authentic materials, proper weaving and finishing. The end results are recreations that have "soul" and where the human touch is self-evident.

Oushak

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Mamluk

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Fes

Fes

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Farahan  Hand knotted in northern Afghanistan by Turkmen women in a cottage industry setting using handspun vegetable dyed Ghazni wool on horizontal looms. Kebabian’s rugs and carpets from these families are some of the finest examples of classic tribal and village designs due to the weavers’ commitment to continuing the integrity of the original carpets. This requires the use of authentic materials, proper weaving and finishing. The end results are recreations that have “soul” and where the human touch is self-evident.

Farahan

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Tangier

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Bijar  Hand knotted in northern Afghanistan by Hazara weavers in a cottage industry setting using handspun vegetable dyed Ghazni wool on upright looms. Kebabian’s rugs and carpets from these families are some of the finest examples of classic tribal and village designs due to the weavers' commitment to continuing the integrity of the original carpets. This requires the use of authentic materials, proper weaving and finishing. The end results are recreations that have "soul" and where the human touch is self-evident.

Bijar

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Serapi

Serapi

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Serapi-Bijar-Afghan-Tribal-Rug  Hand knotted in northern Afghanistan by Hazara women in a cottage industry setting using handspun vegetable dyed Ghazni wool on upright looms. Kebabian’s rugs and carpets from these families are some of the finest examples of classic tribal and village designs due to the weavers' commitment to continuing the integrity of the original carpets. This requires the use of authentic materials, proper weaving and finishing. The end results are recreations that have "soul" and where the human touch is self-evident.

Bijar

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Serapi

Serapi

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Kazak

Kazak

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Sonata

Sonata

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Oushak

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Ersari

Ersari

9,500.00
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Northwest

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Tangier

Tangier

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Serapi

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Kazak

0.00
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Khal-mohamadi

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CYPRESS

CYPRESS

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Southwest

Southwest

375.00
Gabbeh

Gabbeh

0.00
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Mamluk

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Verneh

Verneh

0.00
Bakhshayesh

Bakhshayesh

0.00
Bijar

Bijar

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Turkmen Salor  Hand knotted in northern Afghanistan by weavers using handspun, vegetable dyed wool. The Tekke Bokhara pattern consists of an octagon surrounding a quartered hexagon, and if you look closely at the inner ornamentation of the Tekke motif you can see relics of bird forms. This rug is a perfect example of classic tribal rug weaving. The primitive design is the perfect canvas for the madder red’s beautiful abrash, which radiates throughout the piece.

Turkmen Salor

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Serapi

Serapi

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Oushak

Oushak

0.00
Caucasian

Caucasian

0.00
Tekke

Tekke

0.00
Bakhshayesh

Bakhshayesh

0.00
Mamluk

Mamluk

0.00
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Ardabil

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Serapi

Serapi

0.00
Qashqaii

Qashqaii

0.00
North-West SERAPI-NORTHWEST-TRIBAL-AFGHAN-RUG

North-West

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Kurdish

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Kazak SERAPI-KAZAK-AFGHAN-TRIBAL-RUG

Kazak

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Suzani

Suzani

0.00
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Bakhshayesh

0.00
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Oushak

0.00
Bijar  Hand knotted in northern Afghanistan by Hazara weavers in a cottage industry setting using handspun vegetable dyed Ghazni wool on upright looms. Kebabian’s rugs and carpets from these families are some of the finest examples of classic tribal and village designs due to the weavers' commitment to continuing the integrity of the original carpets. This requires the use of authentic materials, proper weaving and finishing. The end results are recreations that have "soul" and where the human touch is self-evident.

Bijar

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