A Kilim visibly is a pileless rug with designs that are geometrically or chromatically arranged, and red, blue, yellow, and green as its default color scheme. It has been produced majorly in countries that were part of the former Persian Empire. Jajim, a common variation, is made by sewing together narrow strips that are woven separately.
Once traditional village rugs made mostly by women, Kilims are no longer made for personal use or in specific regions. Modern productions are different in that market demand dictates the designs, colors, materials, and every other property. Our Collection of Kilim Rugs features various modern and tribal productions made of
industry’s finest wool.
Thickness ca: 0,5cm
Age: Approx 30 years
Origin: Fars, Persia
Pile: Handspun wool
Also known as: Kilim, Jajim Qashqai
Knotting Density: Woven
If you are a B2B customer interested in our carpets, you can contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. This way we can create individual offers for you.
We are proud of our products and guarantee high quality and the origin of our carpets. That is why we offer a 30 day return policy should you be dissatisfied with your product.
Please note: Wrinkles caused by transport, which can sometimes be seen in the pictures, will disappear within a few days after the carpet has been delivered.