Maimana Kilim is a type of traditional flat-weave rug that originated in the Maimana district of northern Afghanistan. These kilims are known for their bright colors, bold designs, and exceptional quality.
Maimana Kilims are typically made from wool or a wool/cotton blend, using a flat-weaving technique that creates a smooth, durable surface. The designs on these kilims often feature geometric patterns, including diamonds, hexagons, and triangles, as well as stylized floral and animal motifs. The colors used in Maimana Kilims are typically rich and vibrant, and may include shades of red, blue, green, yellow, and purple.
One of the distinguishing features of Maimana Kilims is their quality and craftsmanship. These kilims are often made by skilled weavers using traditional techniques that have been passed down through generations. As a result, Maimana Kilims are known for their durability, colorfastness, and ability to withstand heavy use.
Today, Maimana Kilims are highly prized by collectors and designers around the world for their beauty, history, and cultural significance. They are often used as decorative rugs, wall hangings, or even as upholstery fabric. Whether used in a modern or traditional setting, a Maimana Kilim is sure to add warmth, texture, and personality to any space.
|Actual Size||10' 1" X 12' 8"|
|Country of Origin||Afghanistan|
|Period||21st Century 1st Qtr|
|Colour Tags||Red, Ivory, Purple, Green, Pink|