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Afghan- Handmade in Afghanistan

These particular rugs are all handmade by Afghan refugees in the surrounding villages of Peshawar, the Capital of N.W.F.P., Pakistan which is bordering Afghanistan. They use all-natural fibers, soft, clean, and finest shiny wool on the pile as well as on foundation with vegetable dye in the construction of the piece. These rugs are antique look similar to those originals of the 18th century Kazak rugs.

 

Afghan Kilim- Handmade in Afghanistan

Afghan Kilims are usually made by Afghan tribes in the northern areas of the country bordering Russia. They are made in the same style as Russian Sumak Kilims.

Afghan Kilims are also made in Baluchistan located in the southwest of the country. These Kilim are made in the same style as Persian Kilim.

Afghan Kilims are usually made with wool and have special charm and originality using dark colors.

 

War Rugs- Handmade in Afghanistan

This is an unusual war rug different than many other rugs you've seen. Design is showing the weapon of wartime like tanks, choppers, guns, and ruffles. War rugs are one of the most interesting rugs ever made. These rugs are designed in memory of the invasion of Afghanistan by the Soviets. Most of the war rugs are designed with ammunitions such as Choppers, Tanks, rifles, and grenades.

There are also some unusual war rugs made with interesting designs as a scene from a civilian war or with a design from a map of Afghanistan with some objects and messages.

These rugs are not made for comical use, they are merely made to express the memories of simple Afghan people during wartime.

War rugs are usually made in small sizes so they are the perfect items for wall hanging as well as floor covering and gifts.

Certainly, a war rug can be a part of history and an interesting piece of decoration.

 

Art Silks:

Art Silk rugs are all HANDMADE. Cotton in war and manmade silk with the finest moisturized cotton on clean and shiny piles used in its construction. It has a special elegance and fancy look in it.

 

Aubussons:

Aubusson’s great-looking and decorative handmade Aubusson flat weave rug. It has no hair pile, but a thin and light body with flat tapestry weaves.

The texture of hand stitches is quite the same as 17th century French Aubusson tapestry rugs. These rugs are finely hand-stitched with great taste and care which makes them far better than ordinary NeedlePoint rugs.

Padding is recommended for those who prefer a plushy feel. It can be found only in some of the very reputable and high-class retail shops; it is an absolute beauty and destined to be cherished for generations to come.

 

Needlepoint French Aubusson:

Densely crafted Needlepoint rugs are gorgeously made with a flat weave, no hair pile, on a low warp loom and have the same texture and feel as those made centuries ago in Aubusson France.

The designs follow the original 19th-century Napoleon II Aubusson carpet, in great detail. They are executed in a recreated Aubusson workshop in China under the supervision of French designers and craftsmen.

A French Aubusson design Needlepoint rug will become a treasured object passed on lovingly for generations.

 

Silks:

Silk rugs are new, hand-knotted, never been used, with elegant shiny and thin pile and fine weave with 400 knots per square inch. 

You will appreciate the workmanship and details of the design and the beautiful colors that collaborated together.

 

Tapestry:

We are proud to be the first-hand importer of fabulous mint condition silk & wool Tapestries. Tapestries have a neutral background, and the foreground is designed with flowers and foliage including some figures in the foliage. Hand-woven in China under supervision of the professionals who are fully familiar with the 17th-century Tapestries. 

Please click on the pictures and view all the pictures then notice the details, also look at all the characters, which are woven so professionally and look so real (The thumbnail photo showing the back as to how fine this tapestry is woven). You will see how beautiful the fabulous color combination with full rich taste together with the very fine super quality mixture of fine silk & wool make it the best example of French Aubusson tapestry. 

Please note these are not machine-made but are woven by hand by professionals. It is so desired as similar ones are featured in the Architectural Digest Magazine frequently ordered by interior designers at retail full prices.

  

Sino Silk & Wool:

Sino’s are wonderful pleasant-looking fine quality handmade rugs and it is all-handmade in China specifically for those who seek quality rugs with updated colors.

Sino’s are made using very fine silky wool and silk highlights on a 3/8" smooth pile which makes it very smooth, and even.

This handmade Wool&Silk rug is new, has never been used, clean with a full wool pile and silk highlights. It is in perfect condition and expected to last for generations.

 

Jaipur- Agra- India

Jaipur rugs are all HAND KNOTTED in the city of Jaipur, India. Jaipur rugs are made of soft and fine lustrous wool pile and vegetable dye very dense and durable,  with fantastic warm decorative colors while being thick but not loose or coarse.   

They are real quality handmade rugs, not hand-tufted, not hooked, and not machine-made, all-natural, no synthetic at all. 

Please see the thumbnail pictures, surely you would appreciate the weave, details of design, and colors.

Our company is proud to be one of only a few importers who carry this product. 

 

Chobi-Handmade in India

Chobi’s are kinds of rugs that are all handmade using Hi-Quality handspun wool (which is top quality clean, silky, soft, and lustrous) and natural colors with vegetable dye extracted from plants and trees. Their design mimics an antique Persian blueprint.

These rugs are among the most desirable rugs in the market with today’s trend. 

Using even higher standards for fibers and density and carefully combining the colors to come with a calm, decorative and pleasant design, Indian weavers proudly produce these rugs and have captured a great deal of the Pakistani Chobi Peshawar market.

We are proud to be able to offer this rug at such a reasonable and unbeatable price.  

Serapi, Heriz-Handmade in India

Heriz rugs are valuable regardless of their origin because of their look, color combination, and charming character. 

The piles are thick-3/8 deep lustrous wool- and handspun from local sheep. It is woven on cotton warp and weft. The Heriz carpets are durable and guaranteed to last for generations. Heriz rugs will become a treasured item, lovingly passed on in families through several generations.

 

Enjoy the amazing deal on this handmade rug. It is new and has never been used, clean, with no problem whatsoever.

 

Mahal- Soltanabad  Handmade in India

The wonderful colors of this particular rug are all-antique but yet rich with life, not bright at all but easy which makes it easy to work magnificently with a multitude of interiors: Traditional, Modern, Arts & Crafts, and Victorian.

It is all hand-knotted in Southern India. This rug has a strong character, charm, and decorative look with a warm feel.

Having soft wool on a 3/8" high pile, It could be washed and vacuumed as many times as necessary.

The knot counts are not high on Mahal rugs as the design does not require high KPSI but the quality will make them the one missing element capable of pulling any room together. They are also very durable.

  

Oushak/Ushak-Handmade in India

 Oushak rugs are known for their decorative colors like yellow, gold, rust, and apricot. 

Antique Ushak rugs are very rare and although might be found in the repaired condition they are very pricey. (i.e., a 10X14 Ushak rug from the 1900s might be $30000+). Today India makes rugs with Ushak design and colors using even better wool and dye at very reasonable prices.

This particular Indian Ushak rug has a full soft wool pile 3/8" and is new, has never been used, clean, free of any problem, in perfect condition, and expected to last for generations.It would be also a nice addition to your home and blends easily with your furniture and room settings.

  

India-Sarouk 

The Sarouk is known for its traditional and classic floral design.  It nicely blends with hardwood flooring and wooden furniture.

The wonderful color combination of Sarouk rugs is radiant. It is neither bright nor dull but soft which makes it very easy to decorate with. The colors work magnificently with a multitude of interiors including Traditional and Victorian.

Sarouk rugs are magnificent and bring life and vitality to any room.

 

This Particular Sarouk rug is handmade in India and has a strong character, charm, and decorative look with a warm feel.

The material used is all-natural. It has soft and silky wool on a 3/8" high pile, very dense and durable, good weave 200 KPSI. It could be washed and vacuumed as many times as necessary.

  

Nepalese/Nepali/Tibet-Handmade in India

Nepalese rugs are very much in demand today, as they are highly desired by interior decorators for their unique colors and compelling simplicity.

They look very different from busy traditional Persian rugs. These rugs could be found only in High-End retail Oriental rug stores with high tag prices. Hence, limited availability in online stores. The pile for these rugs is all soft 3/8" deep of New Zealand hand-spun wool.  

 

Afshar-Handmade in Iran

Afshar rugs are woven on horizontal looms in Nomadic tradition. These rugs are not woven for commercial distribution, but for the nomad’s own usage. In addition to rugs, Afshar tribes make tent bags, salt bags, saddlebags, and other nomadic weavings and textiles.

They herd their own sheep, spin the wool, dye the wool, and weave the rugs. Using a Turkish symmetrical knot, the rugs are principal of wool pile on a wool foundation of warp and weft. They are mostly geometric in design and incorporate animals and birds figures.

Afshar rugs are highly sought after by decorators and westerners due to their great appeal and versatility. They run a range of quality from primitive to fine. They are very durable and will endure lifetimes of use.

 

Ardebil-Handmade in Iran

Ardabil rugs are an example of the melding of different types of textile production. They can even have gold or silver woven into their design, as with rugs of the neighboring local, Tabriz.

The Ardabil rugs are hand-knotted on a cotton foundation. The finest of them may be constructed with a pile of pure wool. It may take several months or several years for a weaver to complete an Ardebil rug. They are very dense and durable and capable of lasting for many generations.

An Ardabil rug will become a treasured object passed on lovingly for generations within a family.

 

Azerbaijan-Handmade in Iran

Azerbaijan rugs are constructed of quality wool. The wool produced in Azerbaijan is one of the best quality. This is due to the extreme variation in temperature in this very mountainous local. The wool is soft and lustrous with a high lanolin content.

 

Bakhtiari-Handmade in Iran

Bakhtiari rugs are produced in the traditional nomadic method. The favored color tones used in these rugs are Earthy Red, Cobalt Blue, Forest Green, Cocoa Brown, Old Gold, and Ivory. Bakhtiari rugs are extremely durable and capable of enduring several lifetimes.

 

Bidjar-Handmade in Iran

Bidjar/Bijar rugs are tightly woven, and highly prized for their thick but very tightly packed weft. Bidjar rugs are appreciated not only for their rich design and character but also for their strong, dense quality, hence, they are being called "Iron rugs".

Bidjar rugs are mostly woven from wool on a cotton warp and weft. Their design is unique and not imitated by other rug-making areas. They predominantly utilize the Turkish symmetrical knot as well as the Persian asymmetrical knot. The colors run the full spectrum of the color pallet.

A Bidjar is a very rugged and durable rug and is destined to become a treasured family heirloom passed on for generations.

Farahan-Handmade in Iran

Frahan/Farahan rugs are generally woven with wool pile, harboring a full spectrum of hues. There is a range of quality woven in this district from medium to fine. The colors are achieved through fine dyes.

A Frahan carpet may take months or years for a weaver to finish depending on its fineness and size. They are highly durable and will last for generations. Farahan rugs are a work of art and absolutely beautiful. They are destined to be treasured pieces passed on for generations as family heirlooms.

 

Gabbeh-Handmade in Iran

Gabbeh rugs are all handmade using fine lamb wool and vegetable dye. They are woven with a simple and plain design, usually adding small motifs of playing kids, homesteads, and/or nomadic animals. 

These rugs have a special richness in their simplicity and are full of character and joyfulness. Gabbeh rugs are plushy and often are used to sleep on like a good mattress. They are all wool with a thick, heavy pile and very dense. They are perfect for any room, even study rooms, high-class business offices, as well as kids' rooms.

Hamadan-Handmade in Iran

Hamadan rugs are handmade in the city of Hamadan in Iran and surrounding villages most famous for tribal and nomadic rugs.

The designs are individual and woven without any graphing or sketching aid. The designs are traditional to the weaver family or left to the weaver imagination.

This particular rug was made in the 1980s and it is in perfect condition, clean like new, with no problem whatsoever.

 

Herati- Mahal. Handmade in Iran

Herati rugs are known for their traditional design of MAHI (Fish in Persian), throughout the field. Because the Herati design is not so complicated/congested in the design, there are easy to work and decorate with.

MAHI design is used for over a century in Iran and in India. Nowadays, Indian rug producers use MAHI design on fine wool imported from New Zealand and make them dense and tight with 200 KPSI using an up-to-date color combination. These rugs are made with 3/8” of height in pile and are expected to last for generations

 

Persian Heriz--Handmade in Iran

Heriz is a small town located northwest of Iran, which is renowned and revered for decorative and mostly geometric-patterned rugs.

Although the Heriz rugs are not woven with a high knot count, nowadays the Hertz rugs are valuable for their look and colors, as well as their charming characters.

The older and antique Heriz rugs, even in worn conditions, are still among the most wanted antique decorative rugs; they have high value and are very rare.

Heriz rugs are typically produced without any graphing or sketching aid, using the weaver's traditional techniques/imagination.

The Heriz rugs are very durable and long-lasting, guaranteed to last for generations. They are among very original Persian rugs from Iran and are made to fit American and European tastes. Heriz rugs are desired by interior decorators as they have original rich, calm, and friendly character, which make them easy to work with and with colors.

  

Persian Hussinabad-Handmade in Iran

The weavers in Husseinabad and the surrounding towns in Iran produce mostly tribal and nomadic rugs. The designs are individual and woven without any graphing or sketching aid, consisting mainly of semi-floral and semi-geometric patterns. The designs are very traditional to the weaver’s family or left to the weaver’s imagination. Due to Husseinabad’s proximity to the Caucasus region, there are also Caucasian motifs seen in these rugs.

Both the Persian symmetrical knot and the Turkish symmetrical knot are used. Many of the rugs are woven on cotton warp and weft but there is also a great number woven on wool warp and weft. The wool is frequently hand spun and dyed with vegetable dyes.

Husseinabad rugs are of good quality and will last a lifetime.

Persian Esfahan-Wool Rug -Handmade in Iran

These rugs are about 30-40 years old and would last another 50-60 years before starting to wear.  They are woven in Esfahan, the legendary center of Persian rug and Textiles. It is in excellent condition, no damage, no repair, and clean (professionally cleaned just recently).

Esfahan rugs have subtle colors with rich intricately executed floral designs. They are made of high-quality wool woven on a cotton warp and weft.

Master weavers make all Esfahan rugs. It can take many years for a weaver to achieve the designation of a master weaver. A master weaver then can spend years to complete a room-size carpet. The rugs are handwoven, knot by knot.

The Persian asymmetrical knot is utilized in the production of such masterpieces and the result is a rug of magical beauty unrivaled by any other. Esfahan rugs are durable and can last for centuries.

 

Fine Isfahan- Wool and Silk Handmade in Iran

Isfahan (Esfahan) carpets are among the best Persian carpets ever produced and they are both durable and decorative. The new Isfahan rugs usually come in beige or light blue. In some cases, many colors are utilized for disparity including shades of red.

The designs are exquisite. They are elaborately drawn and precisely executed patterns of floral shapes and exotic birds.

Most Isfahan carpets have a central medallion. Occasionally they come with repeated patterns.

Field and borders are usually separated by between two and five minor borders and guard stripes. The main border is either a Shah Abbas border or floral border design taken from the field.

These particular rugs are all hand-knotted in the city of Esfahan in central Iran. It is a masterpiece of Persian rugs. It is new, has never been used, in mint perfect condition. Fine wool & silk pile on a silk foundation with a tight weave of 600 KPSI. We are offering it at a reasonable below wholesale price.

  

Iran-Josheghan

Josheghan rugs are woven with wool piles on a cotton foundation of warp and weft. They are all hand-knotted. The most famous Jangali design is almost produced exclusively in the Josheghan village, A parish in central Iran, some miles southwest of Kashan. 

They are woven in a full range of sizes and are one of the most sought-after of all Persian tribal rugs today. The design is sufficiently versatile to be used in a wide range of décor, making it a lovely addition to your home. They will also last for several generations.

 

Iran-Handmade in Karaja

Karaja rugs are a wonderful addition to your home. The pile of these rugs is thick lustrous wool, handspun from local sheep. The wool is grown on sheep grazing at high altitudes in cold weather. The result is durable, lustrous soft wool unmatched by any other, especially after being dyed with natural colors.

It is then woven on cotton warp and weft. There can be a range of styles from coarse to very fine. Very fine examples can even be of raw silk warp and double weft of cotton with silk pile.

The weavers are tribal of Turkish origin so they use predominantly the Turkish knot in the weaving of their rugs. The rugs are typically produced without any graphing or sketching aid, relying instead on the weaver’s traditions and imagination.

Karaja rugs are also very durable and will become a treasured item, lovingly passed on from one generation to the next in the family.

The beauty of a Karaja carpet is enhanced with time. 

 

Kashan-Handmade in Iran

Kashan is a historic center for textile production including carpets. Rugs produced in this region are famous for their fine quality and are important throughout the world.

The weavers of Kashan rugs are considered city weavers and are professionally apprenticed.

The rugs are typically woven with fine wool on a pile, knotted with the Persian asymmetrical knot. It can take the weaver months or years to produce a fine quality Kashan carpet. Fine antique examples of Kashan rugs are found in museums dating back to the 15th and 16th centuries. Although the Kashan rugs have usually traditional floral designs, they are easy to decorate with any kind of nontraditional setting as well.

The appearance of a Kashan rug is enhanced with age and they are known for their durability and longevity. It is sure to be passed on through generations as a family treasure.

Mashad --Kashmar-Handmade in Iran

Kashmar-IRAN rugs and those of the Khorasan province are hand-knotted wool on a predominantly cotton foundation warp and weft. They are hand-knotted by master weavers. It takes many years to achieve the designation of a master weaver and It may take a Master weaver several months to several years to complete a single carpet. Carpets from this region are capable of lasting several lifetimes. Westerners and designers value them for their harmonious designs and versatility.

This particular rug is an original Persian rug made in the 1960s in the city of Kashmar NE of Iran. They are all still in perfect condition, clean, full wool pile 3/8" deep, very dense, and durable.

 

Kazvin-Handmade in Iran

Kazvin rugs are generally woven with wool pile, harboring a full spectrum of hues. There is a range of quality rugs woven in this Iranian central city from medium to fine.

A Kazvin carpet may take months or years for a weaver to finish depending on its fineness and size. The colors are achieved through fine dyes. They are made thicker and denser than most Persian rugs therefore they are highly durable.

Kazvin rugs are a work of art and absolutely beautiful. They are destined to be treasured masterpieces passed on for generations as family heirlooms.

 

Kerman-Handmade in Iran

Weavers from the city of Kerman, Iran, and the surrounding villages construct world-renowned Kerman rugs. They are admired for their originality and beautiful details as well as the jewel ton colors. 

The wool is individually hand-knotted. The foundation of the rug is typically cotton warp and weft, and the pile is most commonly wool.

The design, while mainly floral, can incorporate items from nature. The wool used in Kerman is frequently cork wool, which is very soft wool from lamb.

 

Antique Kerman Lavar-Handmade in Iran

Persian Lavar Kerman, Iran of 1910s, is in fabulous condition. The pile is quark wool (1/4"+), and the design is the same as 1900's Sarouk. These will last through several more generations while maintaining the resale value.

 

Kilim-Handmade in Iran

Tribes native to ancient Persia are kin to producing exquisite Persian Kilim rugs. The charm, natural beauty, and originality of Persian kilims are world-renowned.

The designs are inspired by the natural splendor and simplicity of the tribal setting, which makes Persian kilim rugs simple and functional. Being usually reversible, they are fashioned using different colors of warp and weft strands and include a myriad of small motifs.

Different tribes in Iran have their own designs and styles in producing kilims.

 

Kurdistan-Koliai- Handmade in Iran

Koliai rugs are usually made with natural fibers in geometric and Nomadic patterns.

The Kurdish people have contributed a great deal to Iran's rug industry, with traces of Kurds seen in all the provinces of the nation, well establishing their unique style in rug production. A few major Kurdish rug-producing centers are Senneh, Bidjar, and the district of Khamseh. Many other major rugs producing centers of Iran, such as Hamadan, Lorestan, or even Arak show obvious traces of Kurdish influence. The Kurds are peaceful people who prefer their simple Nomadic life to the complexities and frustrations of modern city life. This is reflected in their design of  Koliai rugs.

Koliai rugs will make your room look casually warm and welcoming for many generations to come.

Persian Lilihan-Handmade in Iran

The weavers in Lilihan and the surrounding area produce mostly tribal and nomadic rugs. The designs are individual and woven without any graphing or sketching aid, consisting mainly of semi-floral and semi-geometric patterns.

The designs are traditional to the weaver’s family or left to the weaver’s imagination.

The Persian symmetrical knot is used in weaving, as is the Turkish symmetrical knot. Many of the rugs are woven on cotton warp and weft but there is also a great number woven on wool warp and weft.

The wool is frequently hand spun and dyed with vegetable dyes. Due to its location, there are also Caucasian motifs seen in these rugs. Lilihan rugs are of good quality and will last a lifetime.

 

Malayer-Handmade in Iran

The weavers in Malayer and the surrounding area produce mostly tribal and nomadic rugs. The designs are individual and woven without any graphing or sketching aid, consisting mainly of semi-floral and semi-geometric patterns.

The designs are traditional to the weaver’s family or left to the weaver’s imagination.

Malayer is an example of a fine tribal rug with softer and better quality wool, woven with a more even texture. The Persian symmetrical knot is used in weaving Malayer, as is the Turkish symmetrical knot. Many of the rugs are woven on cotton warp and weft but there is also a great number woven on wool warp and weft. The wool is frequently hand spun and dyed with vegetable dyes.

Due to Malayer’s location, there are also Caucasian motifs seen in these rugs. Malayer rugs are of good quality and will last a lifetime.

 

Mashad-Handmade in Iran

Mashad rugs and those of the Khorasan province of Iran are wool hand-knotted on a predominantly cotton foundation warp and weft.

The carpets woven in the cities such as Mashad, Mood, Birjand, and Kashmar are woven from graphs. They are hand-knotted by master weavers. It takes many years to achieve the designation of a master weaver, and it may take a weaver several months to several years to produce a single carpet.

Mashad rugs range in dimension from small mats to room size. They are finely executed floral carpets with beautiful central medallions. These rugs also incorporate a full range of color palettes.

Carpets from the Khorasan province of Iran including Mashad are long-lasting. Westerners, designers, and decorators value them for their harmonious designs, versatility, and rich colors, which are ideal for traditional homes. 

  

Mood-Handmade in Iran

Mood rugs and those of the Khorasan province of Iran are wool hand-knotted on a predominantly cotton foundation warp and weft. Less common are carpets of wool and silk-blend woven on cotton or rugs woven on a silk foundation.

The carpets woven in the cities such as Mashad, Mood, Bijan, and Kashmar are woven from graphs. They are hand-knotted by master weavers and may take several months to years to successfully complete one rug. It also takes many years to achieve the designation of a master weaver.

Mood rugs range in size from small mats to room size. They are mainly finely executed floral carpets with beautiful central medallions. In Mood carpets, it is possible to see the influence of Mosque architecture in the design of the rug. This is particularly true of the central medallion of some of the rugs.

They incorporate a full range of color palettes into their carpets. Carpets from this region are capable of lasting several lifetimes. Mood rugs are valued by Westerners, decorators, and designers for their harmonious designs and versatility.

 

Persian Nahavand-Handmade in Iran

Nahavand, a historical city in Iran is one of the ancient centers of tribal rug production. The weavers in Nahavand produce mostly tribal and nomadic rugs.

The designs are individual and woven without any graphing or sketching aid. They are traditional to the weaver’s family or left to the weaver’s imagination and usually include semi-floral and semi-geometric patterns with many small Caucasian motifs surrounding the medallion.

Nahavand rugs are examples of fine tribal rugs with softer and better quality wool, woven with a more even texture. The Persian symmetrical knot is used in weaving, as is the Turkish symmetrical knot. Many of the rugs are woven on cotton warp and weft but there are also a great number of these rugs woven on wool warp and weft. The wool is frequently hand spun and dyed with vegetable dyes. Nahavand rugs are of good quality and will last a lifetime.

 

Persian Nain-Handmade in Iran

The rugs from Nain, a desert city in central Iran are among the finest hand-knotted carpets produced in modern Iran.

It takes many years of apprenticeship for a weaver to achieve the designation of a master weaver and only master wears can weave Nain rugs. It would take many months or even several years for a master weaver to complete a single Nain rug, depending on the fineness of knots and size.

The knots in the Nain rug contain some 250-500 knots or more in square inches. These rugs are woven with the Persian symmetrical knot and are constructed of wool and silk mixture pile woven on cotton foundation.

Nain is neighboring Isfahan, and for this very reason, the designs follow the famous Isfahan, influenced by Shah Abbas’s design. They usually include skillfully drawn flowers, foliages, and vines.

The color palette used in Nain rugs is kept simple and limited to variations of blue, beige, and shades of brown. Nain rugs mostly come in blue, beige, and rarely in gorgeous red.

 

Persian Nain-Habibian-Handmade in Iran

 The rugs from Nain, a desert city in central Iran are among the finest hand-knotted carpets produced in modern Iran.

It takes many years of apprenticeship for a weaver to achieve the designation of the master weaver and only master wears can weave Nain rugs. It would take many months or even several years for a master weaver to complete a single Nain rug, depending on the fineness of knots and size. 

The knots in the Nain rugs contain some 250-500 knots or more in square inches. These rugs are woven with the Persian symmetrical knot and are constructed of wool and silk mixture pile woven on cotton foundation.

Nain is neighboring Isfahan, and for this very reason, the designs follow the famous Isfahan, influenced by Shah Abbas’s design. They usually include skillfully drawn flowers, foliages, and vines.

The color palette used in Nain rugs is kept simple and limited to variations of blue, beige, and shades of brown. Nain rugs mostly come in blue, beige, and rarely in gorgeous red.

 

SHIRAZ Qashqaie-Handmade in Iran

Qashqai rugs are from the southern region of Iran and are all hand-woven. The pile of the rugs is made of very lustrous and fine wool that has been shorn from local herds of sheep and colored mainly with natural dyes.

The simple and gentle weavers of Qashqai tribes are very fond of lively colors because it brings enchantment to their plain and primitive homes. These rugs are truly unique and priceless treasures, which took these benevolent nomadic weavers months to complete.

There will absolutely never be a duplicate of one of these rugs anywhere. There might be a piece similar to another, but never one identical to another. This is because each rug is self-expression of that individual weaver and there is no paper design or blueprint used. This is what makes these rugs so special and unique.

 

SILK Qum-Handmade in Iran

 Professional weavers weave the rugs. taking many years of apprenticeship to achieve the designation of a master weaver. They are hand-knotted with 600 KPSI of pure silk on a silk foundation.

The fineness of weave and delicacy of design is rivaled only by rugs produced in Isfahan and Nain. The result of this weave is an almost flawless rug with a delicate harmonious design.

The colors used in Qum rugs range from the full-color palette but tend to be more on the pastel side. Qum rugs are highly prized and are destined to become cherished objects passed on in families for generations.

 

 Persian Sarouk-Handmade in Iran

The Sarouk is known for its traditional and classic floral design. It nicely blends with hardwood flooring and wooden furniture.

The wonderful color combination of Sarouk rugs is radiant. It is neither bright nor dull but soft which makes it very easy to decorate with. The colors work magnificently with a multitude of interiors including Traditional and Victorian.

Sarouk rugs are magnificent and bring life and vitality to any room. This rug in particular is hand-knotted in Iran, the birthplace of legendary handmade rugs. It has a strong character, charm, and decorative look. The material used is all-natural. It has soft and silky wool on a 3/8" high pile and it is very dense with a durable weave. It could be washed, vacuumed as many times as necessary.

 

Antique Persian Sarouk-Handmade in Iran

Sarouk rugs are all handmade in the city of Sarouk Central of Iran and the surrounding villages. This rug and other older Sarouk rugs are appreciated for their density and hard-woven in top quality Kurk wool pile 3/8" and reputed to last for generations maintaining the colors, holding the wool pile, and keeping the resale value.

That's one reason the older rugs are appreciated more than the same type of new rugs.

This rug like most of our other Sarouk rugs is from the 1950s-1960S in excellent condition, clean, no repair, no damage, no problem, and guaranteed to last for generations. It would certainly hold and take abuse more than a new rug would.

The traditional rich look, quality, and price would amaze you with the deal we offer.

 

Persian Senneh-Handmade in Iran

Senneh has located about the northwest of Iran, a suburb of the capital city of Sanandaj, the province of Kurdistan. The rugs are finely woven, and contain intricate, tiny Herati and both in repeating rows. 

A few examples contain a pole medallion or diamonds. The delicate designs are achieved by the use of curved wefts. The most distinctive design is with geometric shapes usually in contrasting colors, with interlacing geometric motifs. 

Coloring is usually rich based on red, dark blue, gold, black, and ivory. Antique Persian Sennehs are also among the most desired tribal rugs. Their production is limited and the finely drawn designs have not lent themselves to the larger knotted reproductions, being a more desirable and different character from other rugs.

 

Persian Antique Serapi-Handmade in Iran

Serapi rugs were originally handmade in a village of Serapi next to Heriz Northwest of Iran in years of the 1900s. 

Serapi rugs are known for their large geometric pattern, fewer but soft colors, with strong appealing character. As the weaving on this pattern does not require a high knot count, but today despite the low knot count they are very much desired. 

These rugs are sold in fine and reputable retail shops around the world with high price tags.

 

Persian Shiraz Qashqai Handmade in Iran

Shiraz rugs are from the southern region of Iran and are hand-woven with the warp and weft structure is strong, durable wool VS cotton, which is the case with most other kinds of rugs. 

The pile of the rugs is made of fine wool that has been shorn and colored mainly with natural dyes. The simple and gentle weavers here are very fond of lively colors because it brings enchantment to their plain and primitive homes. 

These rugs are truly unique and priceless treasures, which took these benevolent nomadic weavers months to complete. There will absolutely never be a duplicate of one of these rugs anywhere. There might be a piece similar to another, but never one identical to another. This is because each rug is self-expression of that individual weaver and there is no paper design or blueprint used. This is what makes these rugs so special and unique.

 

New Wool & Silk Persian Tabriz Handmade in Iran

Tabriz the largest carpet-producing center in Iran is a Mecca of the rug industry.

The Tabriz carpets are made of finely hand-knotted strong lustrous wool and Silk pile with  400+ KPSI weave. 

The designs usually include a medallion surrounded by flowers tendrils and occasionally they come in all designs. 

The Tabriz rugs are known for their strong character and decorative elegant and fancy design. They last for generations.

 

Old Persian Tabriz-Handmade in Iran

This rug was all hand-knotted in the city of Tabriz NW of Iran. It is about 30-40 years old and would last another 50-60 years before starting to wear.

It is in excellent condition, no damage, or any repair, clean (professionally cleaned recently), subtle colors with great originality.

The city of Tabriz is well known and reputed for the largest handmade rug industry in Iran. The most precious rugs in the world come from Tabriz while other tribal rugs are also made in this city and surrounding villages.

The Tabriz rugs are known for their strong character and decorative designs.

 

Yalameh-Handmade in Iran

Yalameh rugs generally last a long time because of their extreme durability. Yalameh rugs are one of the top tribal carpets produced in Iran today. They utilize traditional nomadic methods to produce their rugs. The wool is entirely hand-spun, dyed with natural vegetable dyes, and hand-knotted on primarily a wool foundation.

The red dye is obtained from madder, the yellow with weld and madder, the beige with barley, the brown with the husk of walnuts, and the blue with indigo.

The color and the sheen of the wool are unmatched. Yalameh carpets are not produced in great numbers, making them rare. They are highly sought after by westerners and designers due to their beauty and versatility. A Yalameh rug can last for several generations.

 

Baluchi Tribal-Handmade in Pakistan

Baluchi is made by Afgan refugees in Pakistan using wool on a pile (1/4" ) and foundation. Baluch rugs have a strong tribal character.

  

Bokhara-Handmade in Pakistan

This handmade rug is new, has never been used, full wool pile, is clean, and is in perfect condition.

Bokhara rugs are made in Pakistan using very fine soft and silky wool on the pile (1/4" high) and white cotton on the fringes foundation. The design is the famous antique Bokhara design of Russian Bokhara. This design has a special richness in its simplicity radiating charm and originality. It’s very durable, all hand-knotted can take any kind of traffic and abuse.

 

Kazak-Handmade in Pakistan

These wonderfully decorative and colorful rugs are all handmade by Afghan refugees in the surrounding villages of Peshawar, the Capital of N.W.F.P., Pakistan, which is bordering Afghanistan. They make use of all-natural fibers and the finest soft, clean wool on a pile (thin and not coarse 1/4" high) as well as on foundation with vegetable dye in rug construction. 

These rugs may look like the 18th century antique Kazak, but it is new, has never been used, full wool pile, clean, reasonably in perfect condition, It is expected to carry high traffic last for generations.

These rugs benefit from a strong character and an easy but rich look. It will stay flat on the floor and give a warm and welcoming look to virtually any room it is placed in

 

Zigler Chobi Peshawar-Handmade in Pakistan

Chobi (means wood & trees) rugs are all handmade in Peshawar, Pakistan using Hi-Quality handspun Gazni wool ( which is top quality clean, silky, soft, and lustrous wool) and natural colors with vegetable dye extracted from plants and trees, along with the innovative antique design of Oushak and Persian rugs. 

This makes the Chobi rugs one of the most desirable rugs in the market going long way with today’s trend.

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