Hamadan Rug 390cm x 302cm / 12’10” x 9’11”
Hamadan a city in Western Iran, is the collective name given to the range of Persian carpets knotted in the villages and towns surrounding the city. Qualities and patterns differ greatly but generally these rugs have a tribal look to the varied geometric and floral patterns and motifs. They are classically dark blues and reds with highlights in greens, ivory golds. Quite thick pile and considered hardwearing.
|Hand-Knot type||Shahr-Baff symmetric Knot, single weft|
|Knot count||100,000 to 300,000 knots per square meter|
|Pile depth / Rug thickness||5mm/8mm|