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Afshar / Sirjan

151x235 cm
 1.228
20%
 1.535
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This carpet is handknotted by villagers, who were former nomads in the south of Persia. The carpet often has a geometrical pattern with red and blue colours. The Afshar carpet is thought to be the best examples of nomadic art among carpets, with their primitive and majestic beauty.

Read more about Afshar carpets here...

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