Rugs

Kerman Rugs Are One Of The Traditional Classifications Of Persian Rugs. They Are Named After The City Of Kerman, Which Is Both A City And A Province Located In South Central Iran. Kerman Has Been A Major Center For The Production Of High Quality Carpets Since At Least The 15th Century. In The 18th Century, Some Authors Considered The Carpets From The Province Of Kerman To Be The Finest Persian Carpets,partly Because Of The High Quality Of The Wool From The Region.

Kerman

11'0" X 17'0"
Retail Price: 4500
Sale Price: 4500
Liquidation Price: 3000
Nain Rugs Are Constructed Using The Persian Knot And Can Be Between 300 And 700 Knots Per Inch. The Pile Is Usually Very High Quality Wool, Clipped Short And Silk Is Most Usually Used As Highlighting For Parts Of The Detailing In The Design. Some Pieces Are Made Entirely Of Silk. Nain Rugs Are Often Made In The Areas Surrounding The Nain Town, Not Necessarily The Town Itself. Nains Utilize The Shah Abbas Design And Make Use Of Flowing Design Such As Flowers And Tendrils.

Nain

13'0" X 20'0"
Retail Price: 18000
Sale Price: 18000

Turkman

13'3" X 19'7"
Retail Price: 30000
Sale Price: 30000
Kerman Rugs Are One Of The Traditional Classifications Of Persian Rugs. They Are Named After The City Of Kerman, Which Is Both A City And A Province Located In South Central Iran. Kerman Has Been A Major Center For The Production Of High Quality Carpets Since At Least The 15th Century. In The 18th Century, Some Authors Considered The Carpets From The Province Of Kerman To Be The Finest Persian Carpets,partly Because Of The High Quality Of The Wool From The Region.

Kerman

11'5" X 14'9"
Retail Price: 7500
Sale Price: 7500
Heriz rugs are Persian rugs from the area of Heriz, East Azerbaijan in northwest Iran, northeast of Tabriz. Heriz carpets are extremely durable and hard-wearing and they can last for generations. Heriz rugs are of coarse construction, weavers often make them in geometric, bold patterns with a large medallion dominating the field. Such designs are traditional and often woven from memory.

Heriz

9'3" x 16'0"
Retail Price: 0
Sale Price: 0

Indo-Tabriz

14'0" X 24'0"
Retail Price: 0
Sale Price: 0

Qum

6'6" x 9'5"
Retail Price: 25000
Sale Price: 25000

Tabriz

4'6'' x 7'
Retail Price: 3800
Sale Price: 32000

Tabriz

5'1" X 6'11"
Retail Price: 3200
Sale Price: 2800
Bakhtiari rugs are named after the Bakhtiari tribal confederation, an ancient tribe in the Chahar Mahal region of south-central Iran, southwest of Isfahan. In the town of Shahr Kurd beautiful floral patterns are still produced with the Persian knot, showing impressive medallions reminiscent of an earlier Isfahan style. Color schemes include shades of brown, rust, yellow ochre, green, beige, dark blue and red.

Baktiar

11'5" x 13'0"
Retail Price: 0
Sale Price: 0