The Baloch or Baluch are an Iranian people who live mainly in the Balochistan region, located at the southeasternmost edge of the Iranian plateau, encompassing the countries of Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan. There are also Baloch diaspora communities in neighbouring regions, including in India, Turkmenistan and the Arabian Peninsula.

This exquisite semi-antique Baluch rug, with its undyed natural wool weave, is the perfect choice to breathe life into a neutral interior.

The combination of neutral tones that generate subtle color changes add sparkle and character to this rug, establishing a contemporary and serene atmosphere. With an original and creative design, its ethnic patterns tell stories of the past, while its modern aesthetic will enrich any contemporary space.

This semi-antique rug has a simple and charming design with 8-petal flowers schematically represented on a natural undyed wool background, which varies in color and creates subtle color changes. The border are simple quartered rhomboid-shaped motifs. The rug is finished off at two of the ends with kilim finishes. The wool used is extremelly soft and the pile has been left long. The warp is made of wool of different shades, as can be seen in the fringes.

The nomadic essence and the connection with nature are intertwined in this unique rug. Its simple lines and neutral colors evoke life without complications, where nature marks migrations and the rhythm of life. A work that brings the serenity of simple and natural life to your home.

Material: 100% hand-spun sheep wool   

Size: 270×142 cms

Origin: Baluch tribe from Afghanistan

Date of weaving: 1960s

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SKU: A2205057