Loristan Gabbeh Iranian nice with a beautiful vase of flowers in the center. The Loristan Gabbeh is knotted by women of the nomadic tribes of Loristan,
Loristan Gabbeh. There are also examples, called Shouli, named after the village of fars Shoul Sanger, only knotted with wool in natural colour: ivory, brown and black.
Loristan Gabbeh. Once they were used not only as rugs, but also as mattresses or blankets in tents, in fact they are soft, fluffy and thicker than other Persian rugs (some pieces reach 4 cm thickness).
Gabbeh inserted in this category are few old pieces remained: very soft and brightness wools. Gabbeh are exclusively hand knotted carpets in wool almost made by the women of the nomadic tribes . .