Hand-Knitted Afghan Kilim (Flat Woven) Rug

Hand-Knitted Afghan Kilim (Flat Woven) Rug

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This one-of-a-kind hand woven Afghan Kaleen rug was created by a Kasakh villager using embroidery and needle-work on the top.
While Pile rugs are usually preferred by royal families and other well-to-do people, the Kaleen, or flat weave, types of rugs are preferred by many villagers for their ruggedness and utility.
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SKU: 007
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Availability: 1 in stock

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Origin: Border of Iran and Afghanistan

Age: Circa 1940 to 1950

Dimensions: 24″ x 72″ (approximate)

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This one-of-a-kind hand woven Afghan Kilim rug was created by a Kasakh villager using embroidery and needle-work on the top.
This rugs was woven flat, and then the designs were embroidered on the top by hand.
This rug contains symbols of birds, which represent freedom, as well as stars, which represent good luck.
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