250,00  IVA incl.

This vintage sofreh woven by a Qashqai nomad weaver has a pretty “abrash” (change of colours within the red colour), framed by a simple border with colourful tuffts.

Sofrehs take their name from the Farsi (Persian) word for cloth and are used for several functions connected with preparing and eating food. Eating cloths are normally referred to simply as sofrehs and vary enormously in size-from small, rectangular mats for personal use to extremelly long, narrow runners for communal eating.

144×80 cms

1980s

In stock

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SKU: k2101370

This vintage sofreh woven by a Qashqai nomad weaver has a pretty “abrash” (change of colours within the red colour), framed by a simple border with colourful tuffts.

Sofrehs take their name from the Farsi (Persian) word for cloth and are used for several functions connected with preparing and eating food. Eating cloths are normally referred to simply as sofrehs and vary enormously in size-from small, rectangular mats for personal use to extremelly long, narrow runners for communal eating.

144×80 cms

1980s

Weight 2.9 kg