Large Iranian Gabbeh Rug


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Fourth quarter 20th Century

  • £800.00
  • €956 Euro
  • $1,084 US Dollar

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2016
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A sumptuous woollen Iranian Gabbeh rug in rich earthy colours. Gabbeh is the name of a special rug woven by the Lori and Qashqai tribes and most are sold in the bazaars of Shiraz. This fine example has a graduating main field with a central chess board medallion in ivory and green with pink line border, two surrounding panels with stylised birds and two plain panels, all with varied surrounds, enclosed by an ivory, green, blue and red serrated border. As is traditional with Gabbeh rugs, the ends are kilim and are sewn back on themselves, meaning this is a fringeless rug (an advantage when vacuuming!) Very thickly woven and will withstand plenty of use for many years. Late 20th century.

250cm x 232cm


  • W: 250cm (98.43in)
  • D: 232cm (91.34in)


Fourth quarter 20th Century

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