Afghan Kelim rugs are hand knotted by Turkmens in northern Afghanistan. Kelim is the name of a common Persian weave, but also of the technology used in the production. Kelims are primarily produced by nomads and are pile-less rugs, which are also used for bags, as wall decoration, or as curtains for tents. A natural colour scale with geometrical symbols and octagons is used.
Dimensions 148 x 107 cm