Are you looking for a rug that will not leave anyone indifferent when they enter your home? Are you one of the people who need to put color in their life? Do not look any further! With its slightly irregular shape, the long wild pile of sheep’s wool, the warp of goat’s wool, this rug is an authentic tribal work that the weaver probably made for herself with an spectacular range of colors (fuchsia, orange, purple…) that guarantee a cheerful home. The rug is finished at two of the ends with kilim finishes. The hair is somewhat worn in places. The weft and selvedge are made of goat’s wool and the warp and knotted areas are made of sheep’s wool.

Material: 100% hand-spun sheep wool   

Size: 270×158 cms

Origin: Kohistan Baluch tribe from Afghanistan

Date of weaving: 1950s


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.

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SKU: A2212118