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Gabbeh translates to unclipped. These rugs are thick, long-piled rugs and sometimes labeled as “contemporary”. These rugs feature a “folk style” design and are primarily made by the Qashqai, a nomadic tribe of the Fars. The field of Gabbeh rugs is often one solid color (perhaps without borders), depicting woven, geometric animal and human interpretations. Colors often are on the brighter and upbeat side, with rich and deep golds, reds, blues and others.