Decorum Rugs Collection
Type: Vintage Bibikabad Hamadan Persian area rug
Item No: D0180:
Region: Northwest Persia, Hamadan Region
Materials: Wool Pile on cotton foundation
Size: 105.5” by ”144
Condition: Good, Full pile throughout… a very substantial Persian hand knotted rug,
Description: Vintage Bibikabad Hamadan Persian area rug
This rug was woven in the village of Bibikabad (Bubukabad) which means ‘Village of the Grandmother’, It is Northeast of the city of Hamadan, near Kabutarhang, and just south of the major road to Qazvin. Most Hamadan villages weave smaller, scatter or accents rugs, but Bibikabad is known for their larger sizes or kellegis (gallery rugs) and oblong carpets. This has been going on at least since the 1880s. These rugs are known for heir blues, reds ,ivory, accents in green and field crowded with herati (fish design), botefs, , or tendrils. They are thick with a longer pile.
This is a wonderful one of a kind piece that can be used on the floor for many decades to come.
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