750,00 

Kilim from the Qashqai tribe of southern Iran. This vintage kilim was handwoven by a nomadic or village woman, using her own hand-spun and carded wool.

The moj, also called chajim. It is a type of kilim that different tribes wove, including the Qashqai. Moj were used to cover the piles of carpets and kilims in nomadic tents, although today they are used as yet another kilim on the ground. This moj has vertical bands, woven from expertly spun wool, thus giving a kilim of great precision. Woven in two halves and joined at the center.

226×167 cms

1960’s

1 in stock

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SKU: k1910181

Kilim from the Qashqai tribe of southern Iran. This vintage kilim was handwoven by a nomadic or village woman, using her own hand-spun and carded wool.

The moj, also called chajim. It is a type of kilim that different tribes wove, including the Qashqai. Moj were used to cover the piles of carpets and kilims in nomadic tents, although today they are used as yet another kilim on the ground. This moj has vertical bands, woven from expertly spun wool, thus giving a kilim of great precision. Woven in two halves and joined at the center.

226×167 cms

1960’s

Weight 6.9 kg