|ID# 1580||Date: Made in summer 2014 |
Delivered to Company in November 2014.
Published in USA December 12, 2014
|Price: |0 SALE $0 |Size: 2‘1” X 3‘4”|
(63 X101 cm)
9 h X 9
|Origin: Pakistan||Style:Vegetable Dye War Rugs||Tribe: Turkman|
|This rug features an array of Predator drones used, allegedly, in Pakistan. The drones appear armed given the long rectangels attached perpendicularly to the wings. This is the first rug of this design we have seen or received. |
The quality of materials is excellent. The wool is spun by hand and the colors are vegetable dye. The rug sits flat, but there is a slight edge roll (where the wefts are a little to tight) on the top right corner.
|Wool: Excellent. Hand spun wool from Ghazni, Afghanistan. Ghazni is famous for the quality of its wool. ||Sheen: Excellent || Handle: Sturdy, firm, strong. ||
Selvedge: One cord wrapped in red wool. |
Fringe: Two inch white cotton. ||Pile: 4mm||Warp: White cotton||Weft: Double shoots of white cotton|
|Warp Depression:Full warp depression, also known as "Double Knotted"|