1436 - Balutsh 197x101cm
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|Length x Breadth||197x101cm|
The Baloutsh (Beloutsch) is made by the nomadic tribes in the east of Persia, which they produce
on their moves in the triangle Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan. This fact excludes the big loom.
Primarily women make carpets with a low pile and in general the with is below of only one meter.
The patterns are strongly Turkmen and oldnomadic influence. A wide range of geometric shapes,
and geometric Leaves give rise to different trees of life and prayer rugs. Preferably
dark colors are used, such as brown, black, ink blue and dark red.
It is wool on wool or goat hair, camel hair, at a rare Knot density
subject of about 100-300 thousands of nodes per squaremeter.