A traditional variety of the Persian, Gabbeh carpets were traditionally used as a sleeping rug. Primitive and rough, these medium-sized, hand-woven pile rugs are characterized by an abstract design featuring open colour fields and playful geometry. Usually made by women, Gabbeh carpets are thicker and more coarse than other Persian carpets. Gabbeh is a Persian word that means raw, natural or uncut. Although the patterns are simple with little detail, they are Iran's best-known nomadic carpets.
Rug Origin: Pakistan
Knotting Technique: Hand Knotted
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