Named after the Qashqa'i tribe in Persia, these nomadic rugs represent the skillful weaving styles of the tribe. Combining unique details with traditional family motifs the rugs are heavily ornamented. They often feature geometric patterns and highly developed floral designs. The colors often feature red, saffron yellow and navy. A distinguishable mark of Qashqai antique rugs is the use of flat weave.
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5 Rugs Found in Gashgai / Qashqai Rug
Featuring brilliant colors, intricate zef borders, detailed cuffs and colored tassels, this overcoat exemplifies the tribal style.
Imbued with geometric details of the Gashgia, this luxurious medallion carpet represents a combination of city style and tribal traditions.
This awe-inspiring Persian Gashgai rug depicts a stunning tribal interpretation of the immortal Tree of Life drawn in a precise, stylized and well-defined manner.
Crafted during the turn of the century, this antique Persian Gashgai rug displays a powerful, richly colored repeating pattern filled with ancient symbols.
Created in Persia, this exquisite antique Qashqai rug depicts an archetypal stacked-lozenge medallion decorated with turtle guls and Turkic-influenced motifs.
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