The most well known of all Kurdish kilims originate from Senna, now called Sanandaj, and its environs. Senna is the present capital of the Iranian Kurdistan and has been, since at least the Safavid era, a town with a sophisticated urban demand for workshop carpets and kilims. This is a a typical Senna kilim with wool on cotton warps and cotton fringes. It has repeating floral patterns over the whole field. The field of flowers is reflected in the border, a traditional Senna feature. The compositions seen in Senna kilims also appear in this kilim: tiny floral motifs contained in a distinctive medallion in the center. Senna kilims are usually in small in size, basically slit woven and the colors are predominantly blue, red and white. This piece is around 80 years old and in very good condition.
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