79 x 207



Size: 79 x 207

Origin: Iran

Pile: High 

Abadeh is a village halfway between Schiras and Isfahan. The most common design from Abadeh is the so called “Heybatlou” which goes back to one of the Gashgai subtribes. This design has a large hexagon with a rosette or medallion in the centre and the corners. Part of the design are little floral motifs, animals such as birds and camels or small geometric designs. These are spread all over the rug. Abadeh can be found in all sizes up to 6m2. Through their often structured and symmetrical design, Abadeh are great runners for hallway or kitchen. Mostly they occur in subtle colours as reddish browns, beige and blue.

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