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Rahrah Kilim- 6.1'X6.1'/1.9X1.9 Mt.

2,337.50
2,750.00
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    Width   185 Cm/6.1 Ft  
    Length   187 Cm/6.1 Ft  
    Height   0  

    Rahrah Kilim- 6.1'X6.1'/1.9X1.9 Mt.

     

    Width 185 Cm/6.1 Ft

    Length 187 Cm/6.1 Ft

    Rahrah are woven using the supplementary weft technique. In plain kilims, the horizontal weft threads pass over and under vertical warp threads. In Rahrah, the wefts actually wrap around the warps--resulting in a thicker rug with a rich embroidered look. Yurdan's Turkish and Persian Rahrah are both beautiful and durable--a good choice for high traffic areas.

    Beautiful flatweavings such as this one, made by the tribal women of Anatolia, are highly appreciated by collectors and have rightly earned a place in history for the anonymous women who made them. Named after the village or region of its origin, this rug is from 60 to 90 years old, and was probably made as a traditional dowry piece. The fine condition of the rug is testimony to its value: the tribespeople who owned it took pains to safeguard it from wear and weather. Increasingly rare (as the nomadic lifestyle becomes extinct), fine antique kilims are more than floor coverings or dry museum pieces; each one is a window into another culture and time.

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    Property Value
    Rug by Size 6X6Ft.
    Kilims by Shape Square
    Kilims by Pattern Geometric
    Kilims by Material Wool on wool
    Kilims by Condition Fine
    Kilims by Age New
    Kilims by Style Iran

    Iran Kilims


    Persian Kilims are flatweaves including Gelim, Sumakh, Jajim, & Sofreh types. A thousand years ago, every town in Iran had its own distinct weaving style. Society was also a factor: elegant silk carpets signalled wealth and distinction, while Sufis and Dervishes (who shunned earthly materialism) wove coarser rugs. Among the Azerbaijani, Shahsevan and Qashqa'i nomads, slit-woven tapestry predominated. Over time, village motifs and styles intermingled. But whether made for kings or shepherds, both old and new Persian rugs remain treasured throughout the world for their ethnic splendor. Let Yurdan.com be your source of woven history! Synonymous with High Fashion, a Persian kilim will be the centerpiece of your home, & enjoyable for many years to come.  We offer various Persian rugs including new and antique Persian kilims, Soumaks, Rahrah, Afshar, Bakhtiari, Lori, and Shiraz kilims, as well as discount kilims.
    To learn more, visit our  Oriental Rugs Page

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