Nómada is located in San Sebastián in the North of Spain and specialises in nomadic carpets, kilims and textiles. We travel to and import directly from Iran, Turkey, India, and Nepal. We can also source Afghan and Central Asian pieces. Find out more at www.nomada.biz

  • a rare prayer Shia rug from Southern Iran, possibly woven by tribes of Arab origen. Traditionally, Shias didn´t design specific rugs ... read more
    price:  350 EUROS

  • Palas are a type of kilim woven to be used as a surface to do domestic activities within the nomadic comunity (dry ... read more
    price:  350 EUROS

  • a kilim from the Obruk region, very finelly woven combining plain weave with cicim technique. The desing is composed of a well ... read more
    price:  2500 Euros

  • a beautiful Qashqai kilim that originally was a large bag. All the dyes are natural, including a beautiful green and mustard yellow. ... read more
    price:  350 EUROS

  • a pretty chantah or bag woven by Qashqai nomads from Southern Iran (could also be Luri?), purchased in our last trip to ... read more
    price:  175 Euros

  • a superb soumak technique Afshar spindle bag, with a tree of life motive in the front and a diagonal striped motive at ... read more
    price:  225 EUROS

  • a camel horse dress, probably Qashqai with an interesting combination of techniques (plaited and perhaps knitted areas), and with the original iron ... read more
    price:  95 Euros

  • a Bakhtiari spindle bag. In many cases spindle bags are woven in one piece and folded over widthwise , as is the ... read more
    price:  150 EUROS

  • Small Qashqai mid century chanteh with soumak and floating weft embroidery onto warp faced cotton and wool ground, authentic used nomadic piece ... read more
    price:  95€ including postage

  • Alpujarran rugs were domestic items generally woven for personal use, a tradition that remained in Southern Spain (the muslims stayed for 800 ... read more
    price:  1750 Euros

  • a Neyriz region saddle cover from South West Iran. Very well preserved, with four tiny repairs (see pictures), maybe caused by the ... read more
    price:  500 Euros.

  • Kyrgiz or Uzbek, perhaps from Afghanistan, felt camel head-dress with applique stitching and horse-hair tassles, a rare tribal piece in excellent condition. ... read more
    price:  400 EUROS

  • Cute small little bag woven by Bakhtiri nomads from Iran. It combines kilim and knotted areas. Both sides of the bag are ... read more
    price:  100 Euros

  • a nice band with finelly woven wool in good condition expept for some very small holes near the edge. All natural dyes. ... read more
    price:  300 Euros

  • Horse band from Qashqai nomads from s.w. Iran in original condition. All natural dyes. Sourced during our travells in Iran. (at974), 93x4cms ... read more
    price:  155 Euros

  • An unusual saddlebag woven with the moj or jajim technique by a Qashqai weaver. Very finelly spun wool and cotton. Natural dyes ... read more
    price:  225 EUROS

  • a very freely designed saddlebag woven by Arabic tribes from South West Iran, with a mixture of flower, plants and botehs that ... read more
    price:  290 Euros

  • Fine woven Qashqai Darreshuri saddlebags with the warp-float patterning technique. Naturaldyes. In good condition including the closing loops and the side cords. ... read more
    price:  450 EUROS

  • Big Suleimani Turkman Afghan rug from the end of 19th Century or beggining of 20th Century. This rug has a very balanced ... read more
    price:  9500 Euros

  • a moj with a very unusuall finish with complementary-weft weave border, quite common in Qashqai kilims but very rare in a moj ... read more
    price:  1250 EUROS

  • This moj (as the jajims are called in the South West of Iran), is finelly woven and all the dyes are natural. ... read more
    price:  925 EUROS

  • An extremelly fine Yomut bag in overall good condition with some small repairs on the sides and a bigger repair at the ... read more
    price:  450 EUROS

  • a dramatic Aqcha Turkman bag with a huge central gül with a few nice yellow touches. Thick, and with soft and shinny ... read more
    price:  SOLD

  • This type of long and narrow kilim was doubled lenghwise, stuffed with straw and tied round the neck of the mule. Sometimes ... read more
    price:  175 EUROS

  • Uzbek bag. The saturated colour achieved with natural dyes, the quality of the wool, together with a gabbeh like design, make this ... read more
    price:  325 EUROS

  • a Kunduz area, North East Afghanistan, cute little rug made by a young girl to learn the art of weaving. Glossy wool, ... read more
    price:  135 Euros

  • a very fine pushti or small rug from Malayer, Iran, with a high density knot count, soft shinny wool, all good colours,full ... read more
    price:  650 EUROS

  • An extremelly rare (and spooky!) Nagaland head hunters belt made with light weight wood, plant fibre and hair. The faces, each one ... read more
    price:  575 EUROS

  • Although not so old, i love this very expressive rug woven by Belouch nomads from Herat region of Afghanistan. The fangs, the ... read more
    price:  1250 Euros

  • a rug woven in the North of Afghanistan by ethnic uzbeks, with soft and shinny wool. The yellow colour touches add a ... read more
    price:  1250 Euros

  • a Kuba rug with very vibrant natural colours and a nice design. The formality of the border and the mihrab contrasts with ... read more
    price:  2500 EUROS

  • a fantastic Belouch rug with mainly undyed camel wool. It is loosely woven, with a floppy handle. The wool is lustruous, soft ... read more
    price:  825 EUROS

  • An atractive Karaja rug from North West Iran that combines undyed and dyed areas. Full pile and in good condition. 183x94 cms ... read more
    price:  1500 EUROS

  • This large Turkman Hajloo arif Khag prayer rug is framed by a large scale border. The colour palette is restricted to only ... read more
    price:  1150 EUROS

  • a coarsely woven Belouch prayer rug with the best quality soft wool. The feeling is that of a very tribal rug and ... read more
    price:  875 EUROS

  • a very funky Julkhyr from North East Afghanistán woven by Uzbek women. Woven in two strips and sewn together. This julkhyr will ... read more
    price:  495 EUROS

  • a Kyrgiz prayer rug from North East Afghanistan. Nice soft wool and in mint condition with typical Uzbek yellow highlights. 116x83 cms, ... read more
    price:  585 EUROS

  • An Afghan Dawlatabad Turkman cuval woven with soft and shinny wool. The light blue colour adds a nice touch to this piece. ... read more
    price:  1450 EUROS

  • For this tightly woven Ersari rug, only the best quality soft and shinny wool has been used. The white strong and more ... read more
    price:  1750 EUROS

  • a great julkhir woven by Uzbek weavers in Afghanistan. The central field is occupied by enormous botehs. 258x103 cms. 1950s, (A1802027). Please get ... read more
    price:  950 EUROS

  • This prayer rug has a more formal border that constrasts with an unusual mihrab surrounded by two water jugs and randomly scatered ... read more
    price:  475 EUROS

  • a coarsely woven Belouch prayer rug with a very tribal feel. The handling of the piece is similar to a loose gabbeh. ... read more
    price:  975 Euros

  • The central field of this Nigxia rug is dominated by two large dragons on a plain field. a rewoven area around one ... read more
    price:  2500 Euros

  • a soft, glossy and shinny prayer rug woven by ethic Uzbeks in Afghanistan. The 11 güls in the field are framed by ... read more
    price:  675 euros

  • a wild at heart julkhyr from n.e. Afghanistan (could be Kyrgiz or Uzbek) with a great range of colours and a very ... read more
    price:  950 Euros

  • a squarish shaped Turkman Kizil Ayak prayer rug with the softest and shiniest wool you can think of. Very thick pile. a ... read more
    price:  975 Euros

  • An unusual size for a Mushwani Belouch rug, from Herat region. Low pile but structurally sound, with an autumn palette. 166x72 cms ... read more
    price:  750 Euros

  • An extremely fine little rug or pushti with Herati pattern. The blue is to "dye" for, all with natural colours and is ... read more
    price:  SOLD