Luri 3x5 Gabbeh
Traditional Styling Meets Tribal Durability.
The Lurs are a tribal group in Western Iran that have contributed greatly to the production and refinement of handmade rugs and textile in the region. Often more organized than the more whimsical Gabbeh rugs, rugs woven by the Lurs tend to have more of the traditional motifs, such as borders and sub-borders, corner spandrels, and open lozenge shaped central fields. This particular on features a lovely willow tree in green against a central field of un-dyed wool in it's center The wool used this rug is the same high quality hand-spun wool used in Gabbeh rugs for its durability, and the pile is dense and roughly a half an inch thick. The same naturally sourced dyes are used in here as well, resulting in the deep rich reds produced by using the root of the madder plant.
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: 3'4" x 4'11"
- Materials: Handspun Wool and Naturally Sourced Dyes
- Hand-knotted in Southern Iran by Semi-Nomadic Weavers.
- Rug #7549
Shipping calculated by weight via Shopify.