Baluchi rugs are usually identified by the quality of wool and combinations of colors used – traditionally coming from indigo, turmeric, and the leaves of apple trees collected in the autumn fall. Aside from this, there is no particular design belonging to the Baluchi tribe. Remarkably and despite examples of very high quality for nomadic rugs, Baluchi rugs were not truly appreciated until the mid-1970s, when a number of landmark exhibitions in the west brought these to the attention of the general population.

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