The most well-known Nomadic Persian rugs are Gabbeh rugs, hand knotted with 100% natural dyed wool with a high pile.
Gabbeh meaning "unfinished" or "unclipped." in Farsi, the language of Persia, today's Iran. While it resembles a traditional Persian rugs Toronto.

Handmade Gabbeh Rug Designs and Colors

Gabbeh Persian carpets were originally designed by expert women from the Qashgai tribes in Persia's southwest. The original designs were relatively simple, with only a few colorful motifs, primarily geometric mixtures of items that looked like animals, humans (kids), or trees (abstracts), coarsely knotted with vividly colored wool.Persian Gabbeh Rugs

New & Revised Versions of Modern Gabbeh Rugs

Traditional rugs never go out of style, and they can simply be blended into a modern theme. Hand knotted modern Gabbeh carpets are similar to traditional rugs just on the surface because they have been modernized in design.

Thoughts on Gabbeh Persian Rugs

Our latest collection of Gabbeh carpets, which is now available online are 100% exclusive to Arain Rugs, which makes them feel more special. Find the ideal Gabbeh Area rugs for each space of your home.
Discover exquisite oriental Gabbeh rugs at an affordable price and enhance the beauty of your house with a timeless traditional charm! Click here for more information and to see our Gabbeh Rug’s Collection.Antique Gabbeh Rugs

During the COVID-19 outbreak, can your Gabbeh rug turn into a death trap

During the time of COVID-19, Gabbeh rugs are not a health hazard. Since handmade Oriental rugs have wool fibers and small holes in the surface of a rug continue to gather dirt, germs, and bacteria even after you've used a disinfectant, they can't be disinfected.
So, whether you have purchased online Gabbeh Rug, a Persian rug, or a Pakistani carpet from our store at Arian Rugs, the risk of COVID-19 spreading is quite minimal!

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