A perfect Afghan Mamluk Hand-Knotted Rug: It is a unique artwork of Hazara carpet weavers of Kabul. The artisans have used high-quality Ghazni hand-spun wool dyed using vegetable dyes for this rug.
- Made of Ghazni hand-spun wool pile and cotton warp
- dyed with vegetable dyes
- Durable and tear-resistant
- Made of all organic materials
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Design: The carpet design is based on old Mamluk Turkmen motifs, consisting of a medallion surrounded by other geometrical patterns shaped like flowers. It has a beautiful color combination of navy blue in the middle with beige and orange-red in the borders.
Craftsmanship: The carpet was hand-knotted in two months by two carpet weavers in the Yusufi workshop in the Western part of Kabul. Approximately 7KG of hand-spun Ghazni sheep wool has been used on this rug. This Afghan Mamluk hand-knotted rug is made of a hand-spun wool pile and cotton warp to maintain ultimate durability, softness, and authenticity.
The first step in making this rug was making the yarn out of sheep wool by hand. After that, the yarn is dyed with vegetable dyes and provided to carpet weavers to make these beautiful Mamluk rug.
Ghazni Hand-Spun Wool
Chorcoal, Navy Blue
(35 x 35) 76 KPSI or Approx. 122,500 Knots Per m²
Knotted by Hand