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6.7x9.2 Nanadj [2699]
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Rug Number: 2699
Type: Nanadj
Origin:  Persian
Size:  6.7x9.2
Design:  Floral
Category:  Antique
Circa:  1970s
Color:  Navy Blue
Pile:  Wool
Foundation:  Cotton
Condition:  Excellent
Weave:  Handmade
Price: $1,900 

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c1970s Antique Floral Persian Nanadj Rug 6.7x9.2

6.7x9.2 Nanadj

History of Origin

Situated in west-central Iran, Nanadj is perhaps one of the largest centers for the trade of tribal rugs. The patterns in Hamadans vary from primitive geometrics to floral or overall designs. Colors can also vary widely, from red, green and blue, to beige, rust, yellow and salmon.
Kurdish carpets are woven throughout western Iran, in and around the rugged mountains of Kurdistan. The resilient Kurds descend from the ancient nomads that roamed the area thousands of years ago. They live a semi-nomadic life, either in villages or in tribes away from the cities where they can still practise their traditions and live as their ancestors did. Some Kurdish tribes include the Herki, Senjabi, Gurani, Jaffid, and Kalhors. Major rug-producing centers include Senneh, Bidjar, and the district of Khamseh. Other Kurdish villages and districts that produce rugs are Borchelu, Goltogh, Khoi, Koliai, Lylyan, Mousel, Nanadj, Songhore, Touserkan, and Zagheh. There are many grades of hand-made rugs produced in this vast province, and almost every color can be seen in these rugs. All have a pile of wool, and the foundations are of cotton, or more rarely, wool or goat hair. The weaving quality in Kurdish rugs varies from loose to dense knotting and the Persian asymmetrical knot is used more frequently than the Turkish symmetrical knot. The colors are mainly from natural dyes, and bright lively colors are used to bring life to their simple homes. The Kurds are a very peaceful, gentle people who prefer their simple nomadic lives to the complexities and frustrations of the modern world. Many other major rug-producing centers of Iran, such as Hamadan, Lorestan, or even Arak, show traces of Kurdish influence.


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