Afghan Kilim | Rug - Elnaz

By Yuva
$575
100% Wool
L1430 x W1310 mm
Short Pile

This is an Afghan Balouch Soufreh or 'Eating Cloth' was traditionally used on the floor as a table cloth on which plates of food were placed.

Today, they make wonderful wall-hangings, however equally can be used as a floor rug. The square shape makes the soufreh a very versatile kilim.

This particular Soufreh is a Balouch Soufreh from SouthWest Afghanistan. Beautiful border detailing. Lovely warm brown tones. 

Details
  • Category
    Floor Rugs
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 131 x 143cm
  • 100% wool
  • Flat weave
  • Over 60 years old
  • Product SKU: TR3101
SKU: afghan-kilim-elnaz
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About the
Seller

YUVA is a specialist importer of kilims, and other vintage rugs, runners, saddle-bags, cushions and bags. With a love of traditional artistry and an eye for quality, we have found our passion in sourcing beautiful Turkish goods, all hand woven with a rich history.

Our goal is simply to introduce New Zealand to the timeless allure of Turkish rugs and make these beautiful products accessible to everyone. We work closely with collectors, interior designers and first time buyers seeking to add a touch of elegance to their living space. We provide expert advice, ensuring that every customer finds the perfect rug that speaks to their unique style.

Our team travels to Turkey annually to discover new trends, purchase new items and support the local communities that bring these artworks to life. Each piece is personally selected, no two are ever the same. Great attention is given to quality, design, colour harmony and of course, value for money.

YUVA (formally Mary Kelly Kilims) was originally established in 1995 by Mary Kelly. Mary's daughter in law, Harriet Kelly joined the business in 2019 and has since transformed YUVA into what it is today. Harriet now runs YUVA, carrying on Mary's adoration and deep knowledge of Turkish homewares.

Thanks for stopping by, we hope you enjoy following our journey.