Two artisans have weaved this Kashi Afghan rug in two months. The artists have used the traditional tribal carpet weaving technique to keep the authenticity and quality of the carpet.
Geometrical patterns and flower designs with turquoise, black, brown, and many other colors represent heavenly gardens. In the meantime, tribal symbolisms are in every corner of the rug, which shows the artisans’ beliefs, aspirations, and past.
To increase the quality and durability of the carpet, it has been woven with 160,000 knots per square meter. The carpet will live for decades and maintain its beauty with knot density.
- Woven in two months
- 160,000 knots per square meters makes this rug durable and damage resistant
- Made of wool pile and cotton warps colored with vegetable dyes – All organic materials
- Sheep wool used in the rug makes it flame resistant
- First-hand, recently finished rug
This Kashi Afghan rug has been weaved by the best craftsmen of the Afghan Faryab Workshop. With a lifetime of experience in carpet weaving, the artists of the Afghan Faryab Workshop have always produced unique and incredible rugs. (Learn more about the Artisan)
Photos of the rugs have been taken using the Canon EOS 1200D camera. To show the exact quality of the carpets, we do not edit the images of the rugs.
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(40 x 40) 100KPSI or Approx 160,000 knots per m²
Knotted by Hand