Persian Blue/Green Handmade 5'X7' Gabbeh Rug Rc-244
Handmade Gabbeh Rug
Traditional dyeing with completely natural materials
Length: 7' 3.36" (222 cm) / Width: 5' 6.12" (168 cm)
Persian Blue/Green Handmade 5'X7' Gabbeh Rug Rc-244 can be used to decorate different rooms in a house because of its beauty and originality. The striking beauty and long lints of this Gabbeh have made it more used in the living room and in front of sofas or in front of the fireplace.
About Persian Blue/Green Handmade 5'X7' Gabbeh Rug Rc-244
This Gabbeh is produced in the Fars province of Iran with a unique design. The fleece used in this Gabbeh makes it soft and delicate. Wool, one of the primary raw materials for Gabbeh production, becomes more beautiful when dyed with natural materials. In terms of texture, it is considered one of the delicate textures, and due to its unique design and color, it iscompatible with any color and arrangement. The colorfastness of these Gabbeh is more than the other Gabbeh rugs, which are painted with chemical dyes. This Gabbeh does not have the same sample with this pattern, and it is 100% washable.
Gabbeh rugs are like paintings using simple elements and abstract concepts. Because the Gabbeh comes from the weaver's mind, there was no other similar Gabbeh, and this has made each Gabbeh unique and the beauty of this 5'X7' rug. If you are also interested in traditional Persian carpets, you can give originality to your home space by using the stunning designs of Gabbeh rugs.
This Gabbeh is woven with natural wool and stained with traditional dyeing and natural colors. In this green rug, chemicals are not used (If the Gabbeh's fiber has natural colors, it does not hurt much against direct sunlight, but Gabbeh rugs painted with chemical dyes, especially if it is inferior, will be quickly pale against direct sunlight.)
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