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Cordoba: 6'5" x 2'7"

Cordoba: 6'5" x 2'7"

Cordoba: 6'5" x 2'7"
Cordoba: 6'5" x 2'7"
Cordoba: 6'5" x 2'7"

Regular price: $430.00

Sale price: $215.00

You Save: $215.00 (50%)

NameCordoba
Size in feet 6'5" x 2'7"
Size in meters1.96 x 0.79
Pile (Fiber & Yarns Used)100% Pure Lamb's Wool
Type of fabricationGenuine Hand-knotted with Turkish knots (Ghiordes)
Country Made InPakistan (South Asia)
Design OriginMoorish (Spanish Iberia)
ConditionExcellent (Brand New)
Available In Other SizesYes, upon special request
Carpet IDLT011501

*Contact us to verify availability and price. Only special offers can be purchased at BashirCarpets.com.
**This carpet is hand-knotted. Differences in shape, thickness, pattern and sizes can occur. Fine hand-knotted carpets have a light and dark side depending on the direction you are standing from. If you are standing against the wool or silk pile of the carpet, they will look darker and vice-versa.
***Each new carpet is of the highest quality in its category and is carefully handpicked overseas by a member of the Bashir family.




A Brief History of Cordoba Carpets

Cordoba is a city located in south central Spain and steeped in over 2,000 years of rich history – the Romans, the Visigoths, Jewish peoples, the Moors and then the Spanish all left their distinct imprint on Cordoba, making it one of the most interesting cities in Spain. This very fine wool rug is made up of 100% Turkish or Ghiordes knots and represents the influence of the Moors in Spain. Some of the palaces built in Spain by the Moors between the 8th and 11th century display this design on their interior walls. This design can be seen in the tile walls of the Alhambra royal palace, the fortress in Granada and the Alcázar of Seville Palace, originally a Moorish fort.





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