Although Khotan (or Hotan) receives the accolades of the Persian rugs woven in this region, it was only one part of this three-town region along the Great Silk Road. This particular Khotan displays a simple, repetitive geometric design reflective of the infusion of Turkish, Chinese and Persian histories.
This noteworthy piece stands apart with unique simplicity from the neutral color tones to the simple repetitive geometric Shah Abbas motifs in equidistant symmetry. Handmade in the Ghazni region of Afghanistan, this Khotan merits itself with a minimalistic display of contemporary design in an ancient tradition. The seamless merging of ancient design into modern interpretation makes this piece the perfect option for a home that thoughtfully brings together a sentimental past with a visionary future.