It has these general specifications:
1. The thread strings and the weft is mainly woolen. Thread strings are mainly white and sometimes brown or camel. Weft is made of died wool with brown, camel, gray and henna red (natural colors).
2. Knots: Secca (Turkish = symmetrical)
3. Color Types: Natural colors following the general pattern of natural Iranian dyes.
4. Patterns are divided in two groups: First group with traditional patterns; Kheshti, two kheshti, three kheshti, kheshti kheshti (Toranj Toranj), Tree, Flower Boxes.
The second group are those without samples but their persistence in the middle era shows their longstanding existence. Some have very old names such as Sugar Flower, Jungle, Chapap Oshtor, Madadkhani, Frames. Here we summarize the specifications:
1. Thread strings: Ivory wool with a "Z" twist.
2. Weft : Colored wool generally camel color with a double weft and a "Z" twist.
3. Fluff : Natural colored wool with a "Z" twist.
4. Knot : Turkish and with a left slant.
5. Lavar : Goat wool generally brown in color.
6. Kilimak : Usually wide, sometimes with woven holes, decorated and with small designs.
7. Colors : Mainly bright; yellow, green, blue, pink, white, red, light camel, Chafki. With background in dark colors.
8. Patterns : Simple, mainly those mixing the margin and the center patterns; thus demanding less specialized designs.
110x140 cm, Rug (about 1945)