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The Arab tribes of southern Iran wove a type of kilim called Shiraki, which means needlework, although they were woven on a loom. Practically all of them were made in two halves and joined at the center.

In this shiraki, and on a deep red background, a garden of small flowers has been arranged on alaticework. Larger flowers have been woven for the border. The use of turquoise blue stands out.

184×139 cms

1960-70s

In stock

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SKU: k2101546

The Arab tribes of southern Iran wove a type of kilim called Shiraki, which means needlework, although they were woven on a loom. Practically all of them were made in two halves and joined at the center.

In this shiraki, and on a deep red background, a garden of small flowers has been arranged on alaticework. Larger flowers have been woven for the border. The use of turquoise blue stands out.

184×139 cms

1960-70s

Weight 7.9 kg