Gebeh or Khorsk rug is a type of carpet that is usually woven in a small size by Lor and Qashqai nomads. Gabbeh has long piles and more wefts are used in its texture, which has a significant effect on the softness of Gabbeh.
It is called carpet with fluffy and knotted hands. All researchers agree without any doubt that carpet and carpet weaving started in Asia. Researchers are of the opinion that Turkestan, Iran and the Caucasus must have been the birthplace of this art.
The Kilim is a simple texture made of warp (cotton or wool) and weft (wool), which is usually woven from the wool of domestic animals, each region has its own design, and it was generally used as a carpet. Some have other uses besides carpets among nomads: including salt pan, tent tape...