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Antique Kabuliwallah Rug

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Destination: Mumbai, India

Named in honor of the eponymous story by the great Rabindranath Tagore, in which a fruit-seller from Kabul makes friends with the young daughter of an Indian writer, this antique Afghan rug features alternating stripes of pink, brown, and orange, interspersed with a complex geometric design. We were told this tribal beauty dates back to the late-1800s.


The relationship between India and Afghanistan has long been a close one. Linked ever since 305 BC, when the Seleucid Empire gave a large part of what is now Afghanistan to the Indian Maurya Empire in an alliance trea... Read More

Details and Dimensions

7.8 ft L, 2.7 ft W

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