Vibrant tribal rug most likely from the Shiraz region of Southwest Iran — although possibly originating farther north in the Hamadan province.
Vivid colors including red, black, orange and green.
Persian weavers have been crafting these amazing carpets in village for centuries.
This geometric motif is most common around the city of Shiraz and is typically woven by tribal groups such as the Qashqai and Khamseh Federation.
Excellent overall condition with very minor wear on the wool pile.
No holes or weakened areas.
Woven from 100% natural wool — the warp and weft is cotton.
Photo with Morgan silver dollar displays the back of the rug.
The exact size is 8 ft. 6 in. by 3 ft. 9 in. 1960s.
The Qashqai are a confederation of 5 distinct tribal groups who banded together in a political alliance in the 19th century.
Another confederation — the Khamseh (which means 5 in Arabic) — formed in the 19th century as a counterbalance to the Qashqai. The rugs of all of these tribes are quite similar in many respects.
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