Article REF.: Si - 766
Colors: gold, red, green
Size: 293 x 249 cm
Age: 0-20 years
Origin: Carpet Ghashghai lori bafte Persian
Warp and weft: cotton
Knotting density: 700 000 knots/m²
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|Design||Geometric, Multiple medallion|
|Manufacturing||Knotted by hand|
|Knots by M²||350000-370000|
The Ghashghai, one of the largest tribes Persians, partly nomadic, and partly sedentary, lives in the region Northwest of Shiraz. The carpet Ghashgai consists entirely of wool, which is of the highest quality. Vegetable dyes are used exclusively. The most recent productions, it is rare to find one in which artificial dyes have been used. In many works, the background is blue dark so that black sheep's wool can be used in their manufacture. On the ground, a compressed form of the design of Fazil is seen while the floral design.
In ancient times, the ornaments were often Indians leaves, and small pets stylized, as dogs, sheep, chickens, and other were important. Called a Ghasghai the Kashkolis model. Although the main design Kashkolis base consists mainly of geometric rosettes, the border is often a reason for rosettes separated from each other by an oblique line.
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