Two Bhaktiari-Schushtar Kelims
136 x 365 cm ( mijan farsch)
95 x 365 cm (kenareh)
Wool, Cotton, Camel wool
Early 20th century
These kelims were lying on the floor, food was served on them.
Often there were four pieces:
A long middle kelim ( mijan farsch), on each long side a narrow piece (kenareh) of the same length, but narrower.
In front the mainkelim (kalleghi), which length equaled the width of the three other pieces together