Gabbeh has many designs which originates of nomad thoughts and visualizations.
All of our rugs are handmade and have been woven by nomad women.
The best use of these rugs is to cover floor and decorate your living room or bedroom.
Exuberant colors add happiness vibe to your home. Gabbehs are heavy and have high pile height.
these rugs cover part of the room and help to decorate a complex room and change the style.
Carpet weaving history started 2500 years ago in Persia. Persian rugs were initially knotted as a requisite and indispensable floor covering when nomad tribes travel among mountains in Zagros area. These carpets protected them from cold and damp.
This art has been handed down from many years ago during wars and violence up to now.
There are many colors of them. Blue , red , green, grey ….
What is Gabbeh ? Complete guide for buyers
Gabbeh Carpet is a type of carpet which is common among the tribes and weavers of rural and urban, especially in south and central of Iran country and Qashqai tribe. This rug is woven with a long sleeping pile and with a many wefts , usually between 3 and 8 wefts per row.
Gabbeh, due to its large coarse and fleshy texture and softness, is an attractive underlayment for villagers and nomads. The Gabbeh is woven with geometrical designs and animal motifs, especially the role of the lion, which symbolizes courage and bravery, and the motif of tiger, leopard, horse, deer, and all kinds of birds and ….
Gabbeh’s design, like other carpets, reflects the inner desires, beliefs, and beliefs of its designers and weavers. Nomadic and rural women call on family and other men to learn these behavioral traits by weaving the design of fearless, rebellious, impatient, savvy, and free animals.
The wool consumed in the Gabbe is not colored and is natural and usually does not exceed three to four colors. If it is needed to dye it, colors similar to the original color are used and therefore the color of this substrate is more resistant to washing and sunlight.
Basically, Gabbe’s resistance is more than just a rug. This feature, coupled with its good design quality and texture, makes it popular in the country and abroad.
“Gabbeh rug” with shorter pile and less wool is the preferred type of gabbeh, with wool consumed more often and without dyeing.