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New Red India Gabbeh 8′ X 10′

$4,500.00

SKU: 24010185
General Size: 8' x 10'
Actual Size: 8'-5" x 10'-1"
Background Color: Red
Age: New
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Origin of Rug: India
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Suggested Retail Price*: $4,500.00 Contact Us for Sales Price

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Description


Drawing upon the rich tradition of Persian Gabbeh designs, this Indian-made rug pairs timeless craftsmanship with a simple, yet evocative visual appeal. Crafted with high-quality wool, its deep crimson palette and subtle checkered motif offer both a tactile and visual warmth that invites touch. Seamlessly integrating with modern and minimalist decor styles, its understated pattern accentuates any contemporary space. This elegantly handwoven rug measures 8'5" x 10'1", making it a distinctive yet versatile addition to the Asian Trade Rug Company collection.

Gabbeh are tribal rugs crafted by the nomadic Kurdish, Luri and Qashqai people of the Zagros Mountains in Iran. The word Gabbeh translates from Farsi meaning raw, uncut, or natural. These rugs are a byproduct of a pastoral lifestyle, produced using wool from their sheep herd and dyes from native plants. Gabbeh rug concepts are now being copied and reimagined at many notable modern centers of weaving across the world.

Our collection includes new and vintage/antique handmade rugs, each with its own unique characteristics and color variations, enhancing their individuality and charm. We do our best to accurately depict colors and areas of variation/repair/wear in our photos. We invite you to embrace the inherent beauty of these variations, as they contribute to the authenticity and allure of our handcrafted rugs. Expert repairs and restoration available as needed.