Circa 1930, this 6.10 x 11.8 hand-woven Ghudjeri Kilim is made up of narrow strips of warp-faced patterning and sewn together resulting in a unique, usable, piece of art for the floor. Great size - can be used as a focal point or backdrop in any room. These rugs are made on narrow looms where the weaver will sometimes make strips up to 30 feet in length. Vegetal dyes, 100% wool, nomadic weaving. These rugs have many uses, e.g.; floors, door and roof covers, bed covers, horse blankets, etc. All original
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