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Kilim of the tribes of Arab origin of southern Iran. This vintage kilim was handwoven by a nomadic or village woman, using her own hand-spun and carded wool.

This type of kilim is called “shiraki” in southern Iran, which literally means “needlework”, although they are woven on a loom. The central field, woven mainly from natural undyed wool, is made up of repeatedly woven bushes and the edge is formed by birds carrying goats on their backs.

 

234 × 175 cms

1960’s

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SKU: k2101553

Kilim of the tribes of Arab origin of southern Iran. This vintage kilim was handwoven by a nomadic or village woman, using her own hand-spun and carded wool.

This type of kilim is called “shiraki” in southern Iran, which literally means “needlework”, although they are woven on a loom. The central field, woven mainly from natural undyed wool, is made up of repeatedly woven bushes and the edge is formed by birds carrying goats on their backs.

 

234 × 175 cms

1960’s

Weight 8.9 kg