This carpet is knotted by villagers in the Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province in western Iran. The Khesti (squared) an established garden motif, is perhaps the most well-known rug design in this area. The carpet is divided into individual squares with imaginary animals and plants acting as symbols and in this especial rug every square has a unique motif. The wool is considered to be one of the best in Iran, since the wool comes from sheep which graze in the mountains thus making the wool fat and shiny.
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