Tribal Persian Rug, Originated from Lori, Geometric Design ~1980

This Nomadic Lori Carpet is a 40-year-old woven by hands of Lori nomadic women in nomadic tents. The design of this carpet is called Kheshti which is consists of wheat clusters motifs that bring goodness and blessings in the culture of Lor tribes.

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    Description

    Lori Carpets

    Lor is an Iranian ethnic group living in the west and southwest of Iran. Lori carpet in Lorestan has its roots in the vast history and civilization of the people of this land. Traditions among the Lors are reminiscent of the history of their weaving, for example, they use small wooden tools called Sok to weave carpets, which are the mother of metal tools in the Bronze Age and belong to the period when all tools were wooden, ie before Discovery of metal. These are evidence of Lori carpet antiquity and can help to identify its ancient and independent traditions in techniques, raw materials, tools, and even designs. Lori carpet weaving was forgotten, but in the last few years, steps have been taken to keep it alive and to develop it.

    All consumables in Lori carpets have been produced in the Lorestan region so that Lori carpets can be considered as an all-local and indigenous carpet specific to the Lorneshin region of Iran. The warp and weft, dye, and even wood used for Lori carpet-weaving loom belong to this region.

    Nomadic carpets

    Migration is the oldest human way of life, and its persistence to the present day is very attractive. Every year, thousands of tourists from all over the world travel to Lorestan to watch the nomadic lifestyle. Lor nomads live in tents. They make a living mainly from animal husbandry and migrate to cold regions in hot seasons and to tropical regions in cold seasons to reach new pastures. Nomads usually produce all the necessities of life for themselves. One of the most famous products of nomads is handmade carpets that are produced in tents and on horizontal wooden looms. Nomadic women weave beautiful patterns on carpets according to their culture and mental creativity. The unique designs and designs of nomadic carpets have given it a worldwide reputation.

    Lori Nomadic Carpet Design

    Lori carpet designs have a lot of variety that weavers weave them with the help of their creative minds, and with a variety of suitable colors that they choose, a world of beauty is created. The maps of Lori carpets are mainly subjective and based on the specific geography of Lorestan and the characteristics of the life of the people of this land, including animal husbandry, agriculture, pristine nature, and hunting scenes.

    About this nomadic Lori carpet

    This rug is a handmade Lori nomadic carpet woven more than 40 years ago in Khorramabad, Lorestan. The design of this carpet is called Kheshti, and it shows the wheat clusters that in the culture of Lori nomads cause blessings and abundance of products.

    • No allergenic
    • Natural color
    • Made of best quality natural materials like wool and cotton
    • Unique design

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    Additional information

    Color

    Red

    Size

    138x213cm

    Manufacturing

    Handmade (Knotted by hand))

    Age

    Approx 40 years

    Carpet ID

    DR-498

    Knot density

    Matreial group

    ,

    Origin

    Carpet Pattern

    ,

    Carpet Pile

    Carpet Warp

    Similarity

    Unique

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    Availability: 1 in stock SKU: DR-498
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