Gabbeh patterns are of a very basic kind with only a limited number of decorative, mostly rectangular objects resembling mainly animals. In Gabbeh usually bright colors, such as yellow and red, are used. Although large fields of solid color are used in Gabbeh designs, the color is variegated (the color varies throughout the rug).
Gabbehs are made of natural, handspun wool yarn and all the colors are created with natural plant dye. Due to its relative ease of production (less precise pattern, small number of (knots per square centimeter, etc.) a Gabbe is one of the less expensive varieties of Persian carpet.
These days weavers from Pakistan are making Persian Gabbehs. For example, they are producing natural-dyed, hand-spun Gabbeh rugs in the Balochistan area in Pakistan. Balochistan province of Pakistan neighbors Iran and shares the persian language/culture