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  • Exquisite Signed Afghani Pictorial Rug I Hunting-Afghan,Afghani,Baluchi,Exquisite,High Value,Hunting,Pictorial,Rare,Signed
  • Exquisite Signed Afghani Pictorial Rug I Hunting-Afghan,Afghani,Baluchi,Exquisite,High Value,Hunting,Pictorial,Rare,Signed
  • Exquisite Signed Afghani Pictorial Rug I Hunting-Afghan,Afghani,Baluchi,Exquisite,High Value,Hunting,Pictorial,Rare,Signed
  • Exquisite Signed Afghani Pictorial Rug I Hunting-Afghan,Afghani,Baluchi,Exquisite,High Value,Hunting,Pictorial,Rare,Signed
  • Exquisite Signed Afghani Pictorial Rug I Hunting-Afghan,Afghani,Baluchi,Exquisite,High Value,Hunting,Pictorial,Rare,Signed
  • Exquisite Signed Afghani Pictorial Rug I Hunting-Afghan,Afghani,Baluchi,Exquisite,High Value,Hunting,Pictorial,Rare,Signed
  • Exquisite Signed Afghani Pictorial Rug I Hunting-Afghan,Afghani,Baluchi,Exquisite,High Value,Hunting,Pictorial,Rare,Signed
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Exquisite Signed Afghani Pictorial Rug I Hunting

Regular price $7,500.00
Regular price Sale price $7,500.00
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Construction: Hand-Knotted 

Design Name: Hunting Baluchi

Age/Production: Antique 1984 (Inscribed in the rug)

Pile Material: 100% Natural Soft Wool, soft like silk

condition: Antique (Full Pile Condition)

Finish: Fringe Edged

Size: 6.9 X 10.7 Ft

Made in: Afghanistan (Or in one of the surrounding countries)

This rug was woven and signed by the Afghanistan refugees. In the middle of the rug, it is signed in Persian which translates into "Made by the Afghanistan refugees" in English. The signed date in Gregorian and Shamsi Calendar reads "1989". This is one of a kind, museum grade rug.

All of our hand-knotted rugs are professionally washed and treated. All rugs are individually inspected before leaving our warehouse

Afghani rugs are typically made from natural plant or animal fibers, such as silk, wool, cotton, jute, and sisal.... No two rugs may look exactly alike because the natural fiber will always have discrepancies in the coloring.

If you have used or seen Afghani rugs you know that they are amazing. Their pile is low and dense, and they last forever.

Besides good quality material, the knot is also important in the rug production process, Typically, Turkish knot or Persian knot (depending on what the design calls for) are used in the production of Afghani rugs. These knots are the most durable on the planet and they show off the traditional dyeing process that produces a naturally lustrous sheen.

Afghani rugs perform well in contract settings like hotel lobbies and conference rooms. This is heirloom qualityas well as in at homes and apartments. These rugs can be passed on to your kids, or grandkids as a lasting memory and portion of your estate.

(Item ID= 1115)