Gabbeh Lori Rug
The first Gabbehs were simple sleeping rugs woven in southwestern Iran. The appearance of Gabbeh rugs has evolved from an absence of colors or designs into a field playfully decorated with geometric objects resembling plants, animals, and humans. Lacking the intricacy and scale of other Persian carpets – such as the lower KPSI - makes Gabbeh a more affordable rug. The growing demand for the modern pile and shag rugs has turned Gabbeh into a universally popular rug in recent years. For our Gabbeh Collection, we have handpicked some of the finest handwoven pieces of this pile rug.
Carpet ID: 504426
Thickness approx: 1cm-1.5cm
Origin: Fars, Persia
Pile: Persian Handspun wool
Manufacture: Hand knotted
Also known as: Luri, Rizbaft, Lori, Loribaft
Knotting density: Approx. 183000 Knots/sqm
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Please note: Wrinkles caused by transport, as you can see in the pictures, will disappear within a few days after delivery of the carpet.