Nómada

Nómada is located in San Sebastián in the North of Spain and specialises in nomadic carpets, kilims and textiles. We travel to and import directly from Iran, Turkey, India, and Nepal. We can also source Afghan and Central Asian pieces. Find out more at www.nomada.biz

  • This antique kilim from the Qashqai tribe is woven from very finely spun and carded wool, thus creating a kilim of great ... read more

  • Woven by Qashqai tribeswomen from Southern Iran. Very finelly hand-spun wool has been used, and as a result the warp and weft ... read more
    price:  1900 Euros

  • a large sack woven by Aimaq Beluch women from Afghanistan, very finely woven. The dyes are natural and include a nice turquoise ... read more
    price:  225 Euros

  • This chantah or bag is finely woven with the kilim technique and profusely decorated with a multitude of pompoms, and blue and ... read more
    price:  225 Euros

  • This large rug woven by Arab women from southern Iran is made up of three central medallions, surrounded by multiple animal and ... read more
    price:  3000 Euros

  • This rug from the Daulatabad region was woven by Ersari weavers from Afghanistan. It is woven with a high knot density and ... read more
    price:  5850 Euros

  • a very similar rug can be found in Cyrus Parham "Masterpieces of Fars rugs", plate 72. The limited, village-type carpet industry of ... read more
    price:  4500 Euros

  • Fantastic Aqcha Suleiman rug from Northern Afghanistan woven by Turkoman ethnic weavers. The size is unusual as it is very square, the ... read more
    price:  6500 Euros

  • Fantastic Millefleurs rug from the Qashqai Kashkuli tribe of Iran. This rug is woven from soft, shiny wool with a high density ... read more
    price:  4500 Euros

  • The tightest woven Baluch Balisht we have had. Finished with two kilim ends, one of which was cut and then woven back ... read more
    price:  295 EUROS

  • a very finely woven beluch balisht from Iran with silk highlights and finished off with a kilim skirt. Full pile, mint condition, ... read more
    price:  350 Euros

  • The Yomut kilims are traditionally handwoven by the Yomut or Yomud, one of the major tribes of Turkmenistan and to a lesser ... read more
    price:  3500 Euros

  • Manastir pelt like prayer rug probably from Macedonia, not from Turkey, 19th or early 20th century. All good colours, woven with the ... read more
    price:  1350 Euros including postage.

  • Originally this kilim was a large Qashqai camel bag that has been opened out to make a kilim. It is woven with ... read more
    price:  450 Euros

  • a great Qashqai kilim woven with very finelly spun wool, creating thus a kilim of great appeal. The design is very well ... read more
    price:  2500 Euros

  • a type of kilim called “Shiraki” in Iran and woven by different ethnic arab groups from Southern Iran. Normally the shirakis are ... read more
    price:  1500 Euros

  • kilim from the beggining of the 20th century in mint condition, including the fringe area. All dyes are natural and for ... read more

  • a kilim woven in the Sistan region by Serkhat Beluch weavers. For the lenghtwise borders a different technique has been chosen adding ... read more
    price:  255 EUROS

  • a Qashqai tribe rug with a central medallion, a central field full of floral bouquets, even the borders are arranged with flowers. ... read more
    price:  750 Euros

  • Afghanistan Aimaq Belouch nomadic bag in excellent condition. 75x64cms. Beautiful colours and accomplished floating weft technique. Ideal as a big cushion or ... read more
    price:  225€ incl. postage

  • Afghan Belouch bag, 41x57cms (60x90cm approx. incluiding braiding). Attractive authentic nomadic bag in excellent condition, ideal for use a cushion or as ... read more
    price:  225€ incl. postage

  • Unbeatable price! a camel horse dress, probably Qashqai with an interesting combination of techniques (plaited and perhaps knitted areas), and with the ... read more
    price:  95 Euros

  • a kilim woven with soumak technique by an ethnic Kurdish woman. All dyes are natural. Bought in my last trip to Iran. ... read more
    price:  350 EUROS

  • Afghanistan Belouch piled "balisht" or bag front, 100x58cm, early 20th c., soft shiny wool with wonderful vibrant natural colours including amazing yellow, ... read more
    price:  450€ including postage

  • Pair of piled Luri saddle bag or "khorjin" faces, in very good condition, natural colours: green, light and dark indigo blue, yellow, ... read more
    price:  250€ including shipping for both pieces

  • Afghanistan Timuri Belouch "balisht" bag face, full finely woven pile, soft natural dyes (green, brown, white, peach, terracotta, burgandy), intact kilim ends, ... read more
    price:  325€ incl. postage

  • Small Arabic piled bagface (womans chanteh), size 28x28cms, ideal present to yourself that wont break the bank, all natural colours except half ... read more
    price:  125€ including shipping

  • Collection piece, antique Qashqai rug, 250x157cms, soft natural colours, wonderful intricate design and excellent original condition with full even pile, sourced on ... read more
    price:  4500€ incl. postage

  • This kilim originally is part of a mafrash, or suitcase to store bedding items. The Shahsevan located primarily in North West Iran ... read more
    price:  525

  • Restoration project! Attractive Kordi rug from 2nd half 19th c. Great design and colours, missing knots and missing side binding, one area ... read more
    price:  575€ including postage

  • Qashqai womans shoulder bag or chanteh, floating weft tecnique, nice colours, original excellent condition with original tassles and side-binding, 30x30cm
    price:  125€ including shipping

  • Small Qashqai nomad womans shoulder bag or chanteh, 22x20cm, balanced plainweave with embroidered and tufted details, excellent original condition, braided woollen strap ... read more
    price:  95€ including postage

  • Tuareg leather womans travel bag ("aghrig"), with hand worked and dyed leather, probably goat skin. Intricate leather work with check pattern cut ... read more
    price:  SOLD

  • Qashqai nomads, maybe Darreshuri, warp faced chanteh or womans small shoulder bag, mid 20th c. small size 22x20cms, original side binding, blue, ... read more
    price:  95€ including postage

  • Tuareg leather womans travel bag ("aghrig"), with hand worked and dyed leather, probably goat skin. Intricate leather work with check pattern cut ... read more
    price:  SOLD THANKS

  • a rare prayer Shia rug from Southern Iran, possibly woven by tribes of Arab origen. Traditionally, Shias didn´t design specific rugs ... read more
    price:  350 EUROS

  • Palas are a type of kilim woven to be used as a surface to do domestic activities within the nomadic comunity (dry ... read more
    price:  350 EUROS

  • a kilim from the Obruk region, very finelly woven combining plain weave with cicim technique. The desing is composed of a well ... read more
    price:  2500 Euros

  • a beautiful Qashqai kilim that originally was a large bag. All the dyes are natural, including a beautiful green and mustard yellow. ... read more
    price:  350 EUROS

  • a pretty chantah or bag woven by Qashqai nomads from Southern Iran (could also be Luri?), purchased in our last trip to ... read more
    price:  175 Euros

  • a superb soumak technique Afshar spindle bag, with a tree of life motive in the front and a diagonal striped motive at ... read more
    price:  225 EUROS

  • a camel horse dress, probably Qashqai with an interesting combination of techniques (plaited and perhaps knitted areas), and with the original iron ... read more
    price:  95 Euros

  • a Bakhtiari spindle bag. In many cases spindle bags are woven in one piece and folded over widthwise , as is the ... read more
    price:  150 EUROS

  • Small Qashqai mid century chanteh with soumak and floating weft embroidery onto warp faced cotton and wool ground, authentic used nomadic piece ... read more
    price:  95€ including postage

  • Alpujarran rugs were domestic items generally woven for personal use, a tradition that remained in Southern Spain (the muslims stayed for 800 ... read more
    price:  1750 Euros

  • a Neyriz region saddle cover from South West Iran. Very well preserved, with four tiny repairs (see pictures), maybe caused by the ... read more
    price:  500 Euros.

  • Kyrgiz or Uzbek, perhaps from Afghanistan, felt camel head-dress with applique stitching and horse-hair tassles, a rare tribal piece in excellent condition. ... read more
    price:  400 EUROS

  • Cute small little bag woven by Bakhtiri nomads from Iran. It combines kilim and knotted areas. Both sides of the bag are ... read more
    price:  100 Euros