Description & Technical information

The Baharlu are nomads living in the south of Iran and they belong to the family of the Khamseh confederation. Their rugs are close to the Shiraz weaving techniques. Colourful and souple.

Date:  Around 1880
Period:  19th century, 1850-1900
Origin:  Iran
Medium: warp and weft: wool, pile: wool
Dimensions: 185 x 150 cm (72⁴/₅ x 59¹/₁₀ inches)
Categories: Textiles