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everline wrote:
Where is the rug from? Thanks!
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This rug is actually a Kazak, not exactly Persian. They come from a small tribal city made in between Iran, Russia, Turkey, and Azerbaijan
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Ashley Ma | Tapis d'Orient Bashir

Hi everline,

Traditional Kazakh motifs are highlighted in rust red and golden hues on this traditional Caucasian design. Handwoven in Afghanistan, intense color and sharp geometric patterns yield a dramatic, dynamic aesthetic. Vegetable dyes and traditional crafting methods are combined to create a one-of-a-kind work of art for the modern home.

For more information, email us at info@bashircarpets.com or call us at +1 (514) 735-1958. Here is an example of a similar rug that we carry: http://www.bashircarpets.com/k152032.html

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ALRUG wrote:
Is this a Kazak rug? - This looks like a Kazak rug, a modern one and not antique. A very fine rug, indeed. Do you think low-pile Kazak rugs (geometric patterns) are better suited for such a setting than other medium-pile rugs (probably floral or curvilinear patterns)?
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Rebellious Raven wrote:
Where do I find this light? - Hi can you tell me where the light came from thanks
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