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The growing enthusiasm for tribal rugs is not difficult to comprehend. They are full of life, vibrantly colored and rich in imagination. The inventive geometric designs are part of a weaving tradition that dates back two thousand years to the nomadic tribes and villages of Iran, Turkey, Afghanistan and other areas further north and east in Central Asia. Tribal rugs have a special character and personality, for they were created not to sell but to use on one’s own home. And it is this “hominess” and this homespun flavor that makes them so easy to live with in the modern home. Indeed, they are an absolute delight anywhere -bedroom or family room, foyer or dining room. They simply glow with beauty and charm. Of course, with the growing appreciation of these delightful rugs, prices have escalated considerably. Fortunately, we acquired much of our collection early on, before the prices began to soar, so we are able to pass on exceptional savings to our customers. The vast appeal of tribal rugs is eloquently summed up by the eminent naturalist, Sir David Attenborough, who spent much time with tribal weavers while making a film about them and their art: “Today, the straightforward yet subtle creations of the tribal weavers have come to be appreciated more and more. The complexity of their meanings, the nuances of their history and traditions, and all the insights of connoisseurship, certainly enhance their fascination. But their abiding appeal rests surely on those qualities which were so treasured by their anonymous creators-a pride in craftsmanship, a joy in pattern and invention, and an unquenchable delight in color.” Bold and exciting natural dye colors of this Iranian Heriz are central to the crisp and contemporary look
Natural dyes (from minerals and plants) of Kolyai Tribal Rug echoing an unusual sense of colour Bold and exciting colors of the 9’x12’ Tribal Heriz are central to the crisp and contemporary look.