This is a perfect large Khal Mohammadi area rug. It has been hand-knotted in the Dawlatabad region of Balkh Province, Afghanistan. The carpet has a Marino wool pile and organic cotton warp with an average of 160,000 knots per square meter.
- With 160,000 knots per square meter, this rug is durable and tear-resistant.
- The Marino sheep wool used in this rug makes it lightweight, soft, and silk-shiny.
- New and recently knotted rug.
This beautiful Turkmen Tribal design Afghan hand-knotted rug has been weaved by the Afghan Faryab Workshop’s best craftsmen. With a lifetime of carpet weaving experience, the Afghan Faryab Workshop artists have always produced unique. (Learn more about the Artisans)
(40 x 40) 100KPSI or Approx 160,000 knots per m²
Dawlat Abad, Balkh, Afghanistan
Knotted by Hand