These carpets are knotted in the holy town of Qum in central Persia. The material used is silk which makes them thin and tight. The carpets are extremly well-made and in some cases very detailed. This kind of carpet shows a fine tradition of knotting silk carpets and is one of the best and newly manufactured carpets.
Qom Silk Carpet 98×155 cm– Signed Mohsen Hashemian
|Knot density||approx 1000 000 knots per m²|
|Age||Contemporary 0-10 years (not used)|
|Thickness||≈ 5 mm|
|Manufacturing||Knotted by hand|
|Also known as||Ghom, Kom, Ghome, Qom, Khum|