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Abadeh

Abadeh Rugs Collection Abadeh is located midway between Shiraz and Isfahan. Originally, Abadeh rugs had vases patterns and a limited palette of colors. The carpet had some problems staying on the market, so the weavers looked for new patterns. The Qashqai nomads, who had summer pastures in the area, inspired them....

Ardabil

Ardabil Rugs Collection Ardabil rugs are made in Ardabil, which is located 639 kilometers north of Tehran in the Ardabil Province of Iran. Ardabil has a rich and famous rug-weaving tradition.Ardabil carpets have designs that are comparable to Caucasian rugs, but have additional motifs and objects woven in the borders. In...

Aubusson

Aubusson Rugs Collection Aubusson rugs have a long and illustrious history, having played an important role revival of the arts in the Renaissance. Originally, these were hand woven flat weave wool rugs and tapestries with Turkish motifs. The color palette for French Aubusson rugs is more vibrant, with pastel hues...

Bakhtiari

Bakhtiari Rugs Collection The Bakhtiar nomads live in the Zagros Mountains, west of Isfahan, near the city of Shahr-e-Kurd. Bakhtiari rugs are thick and strong, and they are considered to be among the most durable of Persian carpets. They are composed of durable wool and are beaten quite hard. The...

Baluch

Baluch Rugs Collection Baluchi rugs (also known as Baluch or Beluchi rugs) are handmade rugs made by Baluch travelers living close to the Iran-Pakistan-Afghanistan line. Although numerous other designs are manufactured, the ‘camel print' or ‘gul' repetition medallions are common in Baluchi rugs. Red, brown, and dark blue are the...

Barjasteh

Barjasteh Rugs Collection The word Barjasteh means "raised" in Farsi (Persian). The Barjasteh line, which is inspired of Baluch and Sumac-style carpets, embraces a clean and simple design that adds warmth to any interior setting. This masterpiece, embroidered in a delicate weave, is distinguished from many other hand-woven rugs by...

Bidjar

Bidjar Rugs A small Kurdish town in western Iran is known as Bidjar. Bidjar  rugs are frequently thick and strong, making them extremely long-lasting. Many carpet experts link the name Bidjar with the word "durability." The weavers pound the weft and knots with their heavy comb, which is made of metal and...

Bokhara

Bokhara Rugs Collection Salor Bokhara rugs are usually a deep, rich shade of red with at least one row of perfect octagons. They were originally produced by the exalted Salor tribe. There is generally another smaller octagon or diamond shape within each octagon's border, and floral motifs are common on the...

Caucasian

Caucasian Rugs Collection The name of the antique Caucasian rugs comes from the region where they were manufactured - the Caucasus. Since the end of the 18th century, the Caucasus has produced distinctive rugs, and ancient Caucasian carpets are primarily manufactured as rural pieces rather than elegant and detailed city...

Chobi

Chobi Rugs Collection Chobi was invented in Lahore, and weaving centers were established along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border. A Chobi Rug's typical pattern comprises of a border pattern with floral motifs and a middle field with a larger floral pattern. In most rugs, three to five different colors are used, with...

City Rugs

City Rugs Collection This collection is well-known for their high-quality. Persia's city rug makers, who created the finest rugs, earned the title of "master weavers." Some of these master rug weavers are men, and this is their full-time job and source of income started signing their work as if it...

Gabbeh

Gabbeh Rugs Collection Gabbeh (raw, natural, and uncut) is a rough and ancient carpet manufactured mostly by Ghashghai nomads (usually women) from the Farsi province in southwest Iran. The original designs were relatively simple, with only a few colorful motifs, primarily geometric mixtures of items that looked like animals, humans...

Guchan

Guchan Rugs Collection Guchan Rugs weavers are hand-knotted which come from the Kurdish tribal. Traditional patterns in geometric motifs are common in the carpets, which look great in living rooms and bedrooms. These rugs make your house impressive and memorable.

Hamadan

Hamadan Rugs Collection Hamadan is one of the oldest cities in the world, not just in Iran. It was once known as the cradle of Oriental civilization. The rugs are typically geometrical in design, with a single central medallion. The rugs are of high quality and will last for a...

Heriz

Heriz Rugs Collection Heriz is a city in the area of East Azerbaijan in northwestern Iran. Although Heriz is only 60 miles from Tabriz which is the famous carpet-producing city, the carpets produced in these two locations are vastly different. In Heriz rugs the abstracted and crenellated plant designs, vines,...

Hussainabad

Hussainabad Carpet's Collection Hussainabad carpets, also known as Hussainabad rugs, are ancestral carpets weaved by semi-traveling people groups in northern Iran in the town of Husseinabad close to Hamadan. They usually have a detailed central medallion and an intricate pattern. The color scheme is mostly crimson, navy blue, and ivory....

Isfahan

Isfahan Rugs Collection Isfahan is a city in central Iran, near the foothills of the Zagros mountain range, with a long history of carpet making. Isfahan rugs are of exceptional quality, with a neatly woven pile and velvety kurk wool (sometimes with silk accents or foundations). The isfahan rugs created...

Kashan

Kashan Rugs Collection Kashan, located in central Iran, is one of the country's oldest cities. Although the Kashan's origins date back to the 17th century some analysts claim that elements of the Kashan's designs date back to the 16th century On a Shah Abbas Field. The term kashan refers to...

Kashmar

Kashmar Rugs Collection Kashmar has been producing formal city style rugs since the 1500s, and maybe much older. Kashmar produces some of the best carpets in Khorasan, which is located in north-eastern Iran. The quality of the wool is an important aspect of Kashmar carpets. Rugs are typically woven with...

Kashmir

Kashmir Rugs Collection Sultan Zain-ul-Abidin introduced carpet weaving to India in the late 15th century, bringing artists from Persia to teach Kashmiris, how to spin and weave carpets. A Kashmir rug is a hand-knotted oriental rug connected with Kashmiri handicrafts from the Kashmir region in India. Kashmir rugs or carpets...

Kazak

Kazak Rugs Collection Kazak Rugs are a type of Armenian rug produced between Tiflis and Erevan in the south Caucasus. They are identified with the geographical region in which they were constructed, rather than with any particular tribe. Kazak carpets were mainly hand-knotted for the highest quality and manufactured by the...

Kerman

Kerman Rugs Collection Kerman is a thousand-year-old city with a fascinating past The first westerners to see Kerman rugs were Marco Polo and his companions. Kerman rugs and carpets are among the most well-known of the amphipathic rug series. The surface color is frequently red, and the pattern is controlled...

Khal Mohammadi

Khal Mohammadi Rugs Collection Among the many Oriental and Persian rugs available, the Khal Mohammadi rug is a great choice. In a number of respects, Khal Mohammadi rugs are regarded remarkable. Unlike other rugs, the Khal Mohammadi is called for the famous figure who produced this stunning design, rather than...

Khorjin

Khorjin Rugs Collection Turkmen and Hazara tribes in Afghanistan's central and northern districts weave Khorjin or Khorjin rugs. The design and patterns of Khorjin rugs are inspired by saddle bags, which have a variety of warm colors and straight strips. Khorjin carpets are distinguished by their intricate patterns and delicate...

Kilim

Kilim Rugs Collection Kilim rugs are made using one of several flat weaving techniques that share a same or nearly related ancestry and are used in portions of Turkey, North Africa, the Balkans, the Caucasus, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Central Asia, and China.Kilims aren't simply for carpets on the floor. People...

Lillian

Lillian Rugs Collection Lililan or Lylyan carpets are tribal Persian rugs created by nomadic Kurdish people in the western Iranian province of Markad. These people are Kurdish descendants, and their weaving styles and designs are very similar to those of the Kurds. The Lillian rugs are frequently distinguished by the brilliant...

Mashad

Mashad Rugs Collection Mashad is a city in Iran's far north-eastern region. Mashad rugs have been exported since before 1555, with some rare specimens making their way to museums all over the world. The wool pile used in Mashad Rugs are among the best in Iran, and it is usually based on...

Mir

Mir Rugs Collection Mir rugs are made in Western Persia's Arak area. In the 19th and 20th centuries, they were known as 'Seraband' (sometimes written Saraband) carpets, but for unknown reasons, they have recently been renamed Mir rugs. Commercially, Mir and Seraband rugs are particularly popular since they have relatively...

Modern Rugs

Modern Rugs Collection Our modern rugs come in various designs, colours & materials. Just like our Persian rugs collection, all of our contemporary modern rugs are handmade & hand knotted. Whether you are looking for a sophisticated or a chic rug for your living space, we have got you covered.

Moud

Moud Rugs Collection Moud is a city located south of Mashad and south of Birdjan. Moud carpets frequently include a Herati pattern, with or without a central medallion. Moud rugs are well-known for being among Iran's most gorgeous and detailed carpets. They have the unique property of making a space...

Nain

Nain Rugs Collection Nain is a town in central Iran located 150 kilometers east of Isfahan. In comparison to ancient weaving centers like Kashan, Isfahan, and Yazd, it is a comparatively new addition to the carpet industry. Although it began by creating Isfahan carpets, Nain began to create its own...

Nanaj

Nanaj Rugs Collection Nanaj is a small town in Iran's Hamadan province, near the city of Malaya. Their main allover design is similar to authentic antique Mahal rugs, Nanaj rugs and they are noted for their excellent knotting and high-quality wool. They're incredibly attractive and long-lasting, and they work well...

Qashqai

Qashqai Rugs Collection The Qashqai tribe is the inspiration for the Qashqai rug. Over the last 1,000 years, the Qashqai nomads have been weaving beautiful carpets with the help of their tribeswomen. Qashqai Rugs offer a fresh perspective on the Persian rug market. Throughout their design, the Qashqai is ornamented with...

Qum

Qum Rugs Collection Qum (Qom, or Ghom) is a holy city in Iran, located 100 kilometers south of Tehran in the heart of the country. Despite not being a traditional center of manufacturing, Qum Rugs woven in the last century are among the best on the market today, only rivalled by Bidjar,...

Qundus

Qundus Rugs Collection The city of Qundus in Afghanistan is one of the country's most established weaving centers. They are noted for weaving Qundus carpets with exceptional quality and precision. Afghan carpets are traditionally available in a range of signature designs, but rugs woven in this city have a superior...

Runners

Runner rugs get their name from the fact that they are typically used in places with lot of traffic and these rugs have longer length as compared to their width. They have the appearance of being narrow and long as if to fit.

Sanandaj

Sanandaj Rugs Collection Kurdistan is a province of Iran located in the western region of the country. Its current capital is Sanandaj, but the older name, Senneh, is still used in carpeting. Kurdish people manufacture robust, long-lasting carpets with vibrant patterns all around the area. Sanandaj Rugs by Senneh make...

Sarouk

Sarouk Rugs Collection Sarouk rugs are yet another excellent choice in the Persian rug market. Sarouks are highly attractive pieces with a cotton core and unusual, well-balanced hues. They are a prized possession with origins in Iran. Some high-quality carpets, such as this one, are constructed of a wool-and-silk blend....

Serapi

Serapi Rugs Collection The Serapi mat is made in Heriz, a city in northeastern Iran not a long way from Tabriz (a city globally known for mat weaving greatness). Serapi rugs were given the term "Serapi" to denote high-quality rugs produced in Heriz prior to 1900. Look for huge geometric...

Sirjan

Sirjan Rugs Collection Sirjan is a city in Kerman province, located in the southwest portion. After Kerman, it is the province's second largest city. Sirjan rugs are known for their striking patterns and colors. Geometric patterns are common, and a floral (rose) motif appears on occasion. Sirjans are known to...

Tabriz

Tabriz Rugs Collection Tabriz, in Iran's northwestern region, is the country's second-oldest city and has been at the heart of the rug-making industry for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. Because of the sheer magnitude of the Tabriz rug industry, design and quality vary widely. It is one of the...

Tribal Rugs

The Tribal Collection The Tribal Collection is developed by Nomadic tribes, created from 100% natural wool. Turkmen, Baloch, Sirjan, Bidjar, and Qashqai are tribal peoples who are most typically linked with rug weaving. This collection has different sizes like 8ft x 11ft and 9ft x 12ft, which are suitable according...

Turkmen

Turkmen Rugs Collection Turkmenistan is well-known around the world for its exquisite carpets, which have been woven by Turkmen women for centuries. Dark reds dominate Turkmen rugs, which are dominated by repeating blue or black and ivory 'gul' print designs.

Vintage Overdyed

Vintage overdyed rugs are vintage works that haven't lost their visual integrity. Our artisan partners utilize dye to revive durable hand-knotted rugs into freshly overdyed area rugs by updating a worn or outdated color scheme to a more neutral, on-trend palette. Collecting oriental rugs is the first step in the...

Yazd

Yazd Rugs Collection Yazd is a provincial capital in the heart of Iran, and it produces some magnificent rugs as a caravan route to the east of Iran's salt desert. Many of these rugs are remarkably similar to Kermans, however despite having a smaller knot count, they are of higher...