It’s well known for us that Baluchi rugs are woven by Baluchi nomads in North Khorasan. Especially around the cities of Torbat Heydariyeh, Kashmar, Torbat Jam, Sarakhs. Also, we meet a few cases in the southern regions and Sistan Baluchestan. Meanwhile, the city of Torbat-e Jam and Torbat-e Heydarieh have maintained their reputation and position as the largest center for the production of Baluch carpets for many years.
Turkmen culture is very influential in the decoration of these carpets and manifests itself in various forms, such as the use of dark red colors and dark blue colors, which creates geometric and regular designs (for instance rhombuses, octagons, hooks, and Etc).
The color of Baluchi carpets is usually natural and mostly includes dark colors, especially black, dark red, brown, and light red forms. All of the mentioned above are sometimes called Siyahkar in local dialects.
General product conditions
This rug is handmade and handmade rugs, in general, may have minor defects such as asymmetry.
Older rugs may have changed color a little bit in some places. This is completely natural and if this feature is present in our carpets, you can see it in the carpet pictures.
Due to the fact that the rugs are so old, in some areas the height of the rugs mass may be less than in other areas. It’s quite natural and if some of our rugs have this feature we will show them in the pictures.
All of our rugs are professionally washed and are individually inspected before leaving our warehouse. We try our best to display the most accurate images. There might be a slight difference in colors between the actual product and the one you see on the screen (because of the device characteristics).
Persian hand-knotted carpet made of wool and natural colors. Carpet is traditional old style, from province Baluchestan.
Carpet is hand-knotted in Iran. The style of this carpet is traditional and is called Baluch, because it is produced in Baluchestan.
- Warp - cotton
- Pile - wool
- Size: 200x126cm
- Style: traditional
- Wool&Cotton Warp