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 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:  1500 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:  475 Euros

  • Turkoman Kizil Ayak, North Afghanistan. An unusual prayer rug with a naughty looking character, dated (1341) and with an inscription. Finely woven ... read more
    price:  925 Euros

  • Turkoman Kizil Ayak. a cute prayer rug with nice wool, full pile and checkered central field. Mint condition with full pile. ... read more
    price:  720 Euros

  • a remarkable antique Qashqai kilim with a dramatic design consisting of three large medallions, and the field filled with scattered motives throught. ... read more
    price:  SOLD!

  • a mysterious kilim sourced in Afghanistan, but from the colours and design, we venture to say it could be Iranian, perhaps from ... read more
    price:  SOLD.

  • a rug woven by Arab groups in the south of Iran. All the dyes are natural and the dyer has achieved a ... read more
    price:  1550 Euros

  • a fantastic Kashkuli rug with Herati pattern, Southern Iran. It has everything one expects from a Kashkuli rug: thight weave, great range ... read more
    price:  4500 Euros including postage

  • Fantastic rug woven by ethnic Arabs living in the South of Iran. All the dyes are natural, with a very nice turquoise ... read more

  • 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:  2200 EUROS including shipping

  • a fantastic primitive looking 19th century Julkhyr. It is loosely woven, with long pile and soft and shinny wool. a remarkable piece. ... read more

  • a very thick gabbeh, woven mainly with undyed soft wool. The central large figure has some triangular hankerchieves, so she might be ... read more
    price:  SOLD

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  • Traffic jam Uzbek style. a julkhyr with a stunning graphic design, with soft shinny wool and a mixture of natural and chemical ... read more

  • a finelly and superbly woven Qashqai saddlebag woven with warp float patterning. In good original condition, with some staining and repair. 129x73cms.
    price:  650 Euros

  • a well woven Belouch saddlebag with natural dyes and in mint condition. 140x58 cms. (at1806731)
    price:  425 Euros plus postage

  • The weaver of this saddlebag from the Qashqai nomads from South West Iran, was very creative when designing the saddlebag. Natural dyes, ... read more
    price:  275 Euros plus postage

  • a superb Afghan Mugor kilim with natural dyes from Ghazni Province. For this kilim sheep and goat´s wool and some areas of ... read more
    price:  750 Euros plus postage

  • a naturally dyed Belouch runner with a superb range of colours and in good original condition. 310x80 cms k1802054
    price:  750

  • 5 more mid 20th c Bakhtiari horse bands in excellent original condition.
    price:  175€ including postage per band

  • 5 more Bakhtiari horse band in excellent original condition. These woven bands up to 800m long are used to tie loads ... read more
    price:  175€ including postage per band