(Pronounced Cahn Mahm-dee)

rug-type-khan-mamdi

Khan Mamdi carpets have their roots in the regional nomadic tribal culture. Historically, they would have been knotted with naturally dyed hand spun yarn, but today they are almost entirely knotted from commercially-produced dye and machine-spun wool.

Bold geometric and
stylistically floral designs.

Reflecting their historical traditions, Khan Mamdi rugs are constructed on horizontal looms with 100% wool on a wool warp and weft. Khan Mamdi rugs stand out for their bold geometric and stylistically floral designs in rusts, reds, blues and greens.

  • Knot count: Over 100 knots per square inch
  • Colors in each rug: 4–7 colors
  • Composition: 100% wool on a wool warp and weft
  • Type of knot: Senna
  • Production: A 9’x12′ rug could be completed in 9–10 months by four to five experienced artisans working five to six hours a day