Karaja Transitional Handwoven Tribal Rug
Hand knotted in northern Afghanistan by Turkmen weavers using handspun vegetable dyed local mountain sheep wool in a cottage industry setting. The Turkmen are well known for using horizontal floor looms, which were also employed by their nomadic ancestors.
Kebabian’s rugs from these families are some of the finest examples of classic tribal and village designs. Kebabian’s shares their passion for weaving beautiful recreations and collaborates with the weavers on color, design and weave. The end results are spectacular rugs and carpets that will stand the test of time.
PANTONE shades: We do our best to find the closest match to one or multiple colors in the rug. The shade card we choose may not always be the perfect one, but we do our best (it’s a lot of work)! At times we may show multiple shade cards so you can get a better sense of color. Finally, when photographing rugs from the same group (shipment, collection, SKU, etc.) we will often use one or two shade card(s) so that you can get a good sense of the coloration. Hope you enjoy viewing our beautiful rugs!
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