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Fine Antique Lori Tribal Persian Runner Rug, Hand Knotted, Circa 1890
Lorestan carpets, Luristan, Loristan carpets, handknotted carpets made by the Lurs south-west of Isfahan in Iran. The carpets have a warp made of yarn from wool and goat hair, and sometimes cotton. The patterns are geometrical, mainly in dark blue and red colours and the long sides (Shirazi) are often two-coloured.
Lori carpets, also called Lorestan / Luristan carpets , are knotted by nomad tribes in the western parts of Persia. The carpets are often known to be of good quality in proportion to its price.
Lotto carpets, handknotted Anatolian carpets from the 16th century and ahead. The carpets are named after Lorenzo Lotto, that depicted them. The carpets belong to the group of Usak carpets and have geometrical patterns in yellow on a red bottom.
Luristan carpets, a different name for Lorestan carpets.