This lovely antique Baluch rug from the 19th century is a wonderful piece crafted by the skilled hands of Baluchi tribal weavers.
Handwoven with vegetable-dyed wool, this rug boasts earthy color ways that evoke a sense of warmth and comfort. The low wool pile on a floppy wool foundation adds to its unique texture and character, creating a sense of depth and dimension that will surely catch the eye. This rug bears the marks of its journey through time and use, with a well-worn appearance that is sure to delight lovers of vintage and antique decor. Please see pics for full character and condition.
These rugs were woven small and traveled with the Baluchi tribe members, serving as both a practical and decorative item in their daily lives. It is said that they were also used as tent coverings, adding to their versatility and utility. With that said, this beauty will bring a bit of history, character, and style to any space it resides in.
Low pile. Worn. Vegetable dyed wool pile on a wool foundation.
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