Large Tora Bora w/handgun and Chinook
|The condition of this new war rug is excellent. Its wool is hand spun and the sheen will be gorgeous as it oxidizes over time.|
This map of Afghanistan remarkably highlights the Tora Bora region in the east and the images on the tips of the mountains appear to represent the frequent bombings in the area as the U.S. hunts for Osama bin Laden.
The drawings showcase many of the elements used in the war on terror: tanks, grenades, F-16s, Chinooks, and even a handgun.
This piece of art in the form of a war rug is sure to please collectors and non-collectors alike. To put it in the words of a pilot who flew the jets over Afghanistan and recently called to order a Tora Bora war rug, ""It really gets across what we were doing over there"".
|Wool: The wool is hand spun and very nice, if a little dry. ||Sheen: The sheen is lovely and quite good. || Handle: The handle of this war rug is wonderfully floppy and thick. ||Selvedge: The selvedge is 2 cord white wool overcast.|
|Fringe: The fringe on this war rug consists of short kilim overhand knots ||Pile: 8mm hand-spun wool.||Warp: White cotton.||Weft: Natural wool.|
|Warp Depression:corduroy 30-45 degrees|