This is a unique Red super Kazak Sheberghan rug. The rug originates from Sheberghan city in Jawzjan province of Afghanistan, where mostly Turkmen artisans hand-knot traditional and modern design rugs. It has been hand-knotted in four months by three artisans.
The rug has been hand-knotted by experienced artisans who have selected an antique Kirman rug design for this rug.
- Made of high-quality Ghazni hand-spun wool pile (surface) and cotton warp (foundation)
- Dyed with vegetable and natural dyes
- 35 x 38 Knots density, making the rug soft and durable,
- Recently hand-knotted: new
The design of this rug is based on an 16th-century Persian Kerman carpet known as ‘The Clark Sickle-Leaf Vase Carpet’ sold for 33$ Million dollars in 2013 in New York.
The carpet has a wool pile (surface) and cotton warp (foundation). The wool used in this rug is called Ghazni handspun wool which is a unique type of wool found only in Afghanistan. The artisans have spun this wool by hand and dyed it with vegetable and natural pigments.
The carpet has been hand-knotted by three artisans living in province of Jawzjan in four months. They have made 35 vertical pile of knots and 38 rows of knots per each 10 square centimeters, completing the rug in four months.
Photography: The photos of the rug were taken under the sun with natural lighting to show the real colors of the rug.
Shipping: Free worldwide shipping.
Ghazni Hand-Spun Wool
(35 x 35) 76 KPSI or Approx. 122,500 Knots Per m²
Knotted by Hand