3'6" x 9'7" Hand-knotted Saveh Red Wool Rug
This rug is a One of a Kind
to the contiguous US and Canadian provinces
Hand-knotted in Safaveh, in the Hamadan province of Iran.
Quality : Very good
Remarks : Not perfectly parallel/perpendicular
Khaki, Light Copper, Navy Blue
About this Rug
Saveh is a town in the Hamadan province of Iran. They usually have a geometric medallion-and-corner design and all over motifs or boteh and are mostly woven with the symmetrical Turkish knot. They tend to have bright colors using blue, red, dark brown, black, green and white. It is a hard wearing, attractive, all purpose tribal rug.
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