The word "Gabbeh" comes from the Persian meaning of raw, natural and uncut. The Gabbeh patterns are primitive and very basic or plain. The term Gabbeh has come to stand for several styles of rugs, made by different tribes such as Kurdish, Luri, Bakhtiari and Qashqai, which are spread right through south western Iran. They are made of natural hand spun wool yarn, the dyes are mainly natural. They are known for their simplicity and durability, which would suit both modern and not so modern surroundings.
The pattern includes a solid cream field framed by a wide border. Simple motifs are randomly placed over the rug to decorate.
Made from wool
Dimensions are 2.00 x 3.00m
The primary colour is earthy beige/cream/ and fawn/brown
Producing Methods: 100% hand-knotted
Pile Height: Thick
It comes with Certificate of Authenticity
Each item is one of a kind, featuring a unique variation
Delivery: Free Delivery across New Zealand
To maintain the condition and extend the life of your rug, vacuum them regularly. For long term protection against Sun Fade, Wear, Mold and Permanent stains we recommend using our Rug Protection service.
For hard-to-remove stains professional care is recommended, contact House of Haghi's Cleaning Services at
09 529 5151
Note: The digital images we display have the most accurate colour possible. However, due to differences in computer monitors, we cannot be responsible for Variations in colour between the actual product and your screen. Fringes: Most hand Knotted Rugs have fringes.
Size. Some handcrafted rugs may vary in size plus or minus 3 inches from the stated dimensions. This is not a manufacturer defect but a common characteristic of the way handmade rugs are individually woven.