Gabbeh is the name given to a specific rug woven by the Lori and Qashquai tribes. They are coarsely woven, brightly coloured, and have a thick pile. Most of them are sold in the Shiraz bazaar. Typically, the warps, wefts and pile are all of hand-spun wool and there are no fringes: the Kilim at the ends is tucked in and sewn up. The Designs are generally geometrical; though occasionally Qashquai Gabeh show motifs seen in their finer rugs.