This Persian rug has a wool foundation and a wool pile. It has a respectable 165 knots per square inch.
The Kurdi Quchan rug is famous amongst tribal pieces. these rugs are hand-knotted by Kurdish peoples in a village named Quchan in the Khorasan province in the north east of Iran. The wool of these pieces is made extremely soft and coloured using natural vegetable dyes. The designs of Kurdi Quchan pieces are similar to the Caucasian designs found within other tribal rugs.
Kurdi Quchan - 195 x 117cm
|Product No: 1746||Knot Count: 165 KPSI|
|Pile: Wool||Foundation: Wool|
|Origin: Persian||Age: New|