Hosseinabad or Hussainabad tribal rugs are handwoven by the semi-nomadic peoples of northern Iran in Hosseinabad village near Hamadan. These long runners feature simple geometric patterns – with or without a central medallion. Small animals or floral elements are sometimes incorporated, and the famous Herati design is occasionally included. Vibrantly coloured with natural vegetable dyes, shades of ivory, red and navy blue are most common. The foundation (warp and weft) of these rugs are usually cotton and occasionally goat hair. Good quality rugs, Hosseinabads enjoy a surprisingly long life.
Rug Origin: Iran
Knotting Technique: Hand Knotted
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