This Khal Mohammadi rug has been hand-knotted by three artisans of the Afghan Faryab Workshop. It had taken four months to be completed. The artisans have used the bast sheep wool and high knot density which makes it a high-quality rug.
- 160,000 knots per square meters makes this rug durable and damage resistant
- Made of the combination 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 completed rug
This Khal Mohammadi rug has been weaved and knotted in Sheberghan city of Jawzjan province, Afghanistan. The best craftsmen of the Afghan Faryab Workshop has worked on this beautiful. (Learn more about the Artists)
Photos of the rugs have been taken using the Canon EOS 1200D camera. To show the exact quality of the rugs, we do not edit the photos of the rugs.
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(40 x 40) 100KPSI or Approx 160,000 knots per m²
Knotted by Hand