Moshwani’s are beautiful village rugs from Afghanistan. They arte made in Afghanistan and ported over the Hindu Kush mountains into Pakistan to be sold. Usually a cross between Kelim (flatweave) and pile (carpet), they are woven in wool with vegetable dyes on a wool foundation. Colours tend to be soft reds and dusty blues and
This Barjusta is a mix of kelim and pile. It is beautiful, with an unusual and bold design, the colours are red and dusty blue on a beige ground. all the beige is kelim and the colour is pike. These rugs are still being made in Afghanistan and brought over the mountains to be sold
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