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 A rare prayer Shia rug from Southern Iran, possibly woven by tribes of Arab origen. Traditionally, Shias didn´t design specific rugs for praying, but they pray touching with the headfront a  ...
 A rare prayer Shia rug from Southern Iran, possibly woven by tribes of Arab origen. Traditionally, Shias didn´t design specific rugs for praying, but they pray touching with the headfront a  ...
 A rare prayer Shia rug from Southern Iran, possibly woven by tribes of Arab origen. Traditionally, Shias didn´t design specific rugs for praying, but they pray touching with the headfront a  ...
 A rare prayer Shia rug from Southern Iran, possibly woven by tribes of Arab origen. Traditionally, Shias didn´t design specific rugs for praying, but they pray touching with the headfront a  ...
 A rare prayer Shia rug from Southern Iran, possibly woven by tribes of Arab origen. Traditionally, Shias didn´t design specific rugs for praying, but they pray touching with the headfront a  ...
 A rare prayer Shia rug from Southern Iran, possibly woven by tribes of Arab origen. Traditionally, Shias didn´t design specific rugs for praying, but they pray touching with the headfront a  ...
 A rare prayer Shia rug from Southern Iran, possibly woven by tribes of Arab origen. Traditionally, Shias didn´t design specific rugs for praying, but they pray touching with the headfront a  ...
a rare prayer Shia rug from Southern Iran, possibly woven by tribes of Arab origen. Traditionally, Shias didn´t design specific rugs for praying, but they pray touching with the headfront a stone or clay piece, called mohr (Persian) or Turbah (arabic). In our frecuent trips to Iran, we have sometimes found tiny prayer kilims woven by the Qashqai, but rarely rugs. The kilims are normally woven with undyed camel wool, representing the earth. In this case, the weaver has followed the same format as the kilims using undyed camel wool. For the Mihrab or prayer niche, vegetable forms have been used (a central tree?), that contrasts with the more formal border. This rug is dated in the Persian calendar in the year 1358, our year 1935. 112×77 cms You can buy this rug directly from our web: https://nomada.biz/en/producto/arab-rug-from-iran-112x77-cms/
price:  350 EUROS