Sofreh is a type of flat-weave rug that is generally used for bread-making, preservation and a spread on the floor to put out lunch and dinner.
The featured vintage Sofreh is made by Afshar Tribe in Persia. The design of this Sofreh features a central lozenge medallion on a plain field followed by loose zig-zags in the border. The sofreh is finished by decorative small rosettes on the border. The colour of Sofreh represents desirable Abrash due to the humble vegetable dying vessels of tribal people. Variation of one colour results in stunning stripes. The use of colour in this Sofreh transformed it into a creative piece of art.
This unique Afshar Sofreh could be a perfect addition to any collection. It can be used as a table cloth on the dining table or coffee table.
- Authentic Sofreh Made by Afshar Tribe of Sirjan, Persia Circa 1950
- Wool and Organic Dyes
- She Measures 1.35 X 1.35 m
- One of a Kind
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