Kashkuli 3x5 Gabbeh with Trees and Colorful Squares in Undyed Wool
Really cool Gabbeh depicting an assortment of colorful squares intermingling with symbolic trees and animals.
Some believe that the repetitive square design represents wells or water sources, which to the semi-nomadic weavers that produce authentic Gabbeh rugs and carpets is a symbol of wealth and prosperity. It can also be interpreted as a charm to ward off evil spirits. Either way, we love this fun Gabbeh that has almost a Scandinavian feel in its design and has been knotted in a background color of undyed wool, showing all the subtle variation seen in the sheep that produce the high quality wool used to make these whimsical and timeless designs.
This is just one example of the many wonderful rugs that we have in our showroom. Purchase through our site and have it shipped to you, or come see this or any of our other unique and one-of-a-kind hand-knotted rugs in person in our 2037 NW Lovejoy Street showroom in NW Portland, Oregon.
- Measures: 3'0" x 4'4"
- Materials: Handspun Wool and Naturally Sourced Dyes
- Hand-knotted in Southern Iran by Semi-Nomadic Weavers.
- Rug # 8786
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