Rugs

A Tabriz Rug Come From The City Of Tabriz, The Capital City Of East Azarbaijan Province In North West Of Iran. It Is One Of The Oldest Rug Weaving Centers And Makes A Huge Diversity Of Types Of Carpets. Tabriz Has Been A Large And Worldwide Famous Carpet Making Center In Iran And The World.

Tabriz

6'6" X 9'11"
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Called The Iron Rug Of Persia, They Have A Feature That Few Other Rugs Can Match. The Densely Packed Pile Is So Tight That The Pile Cannot Lay Down. Because The Fibers Are Constantly Erect When You Step On The Rug It Has A Cushioned Feel That Makes It Great To Walk Upon. The Bijar Is A Heavy Durable Rug That Has Been Very Popular In North America.

Bijar

6'6" X 10'0"
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Ardabil Is A Town Located In The Province Of Azerbaijan In Northwestern Iran. Ardabil Is A Few Miles South Of The Border Of The Country, Azerbaijan, In The Caucasus Region. Rug Weaving Has A Long History In Ardabil. The Name Ardabil Is Associated With The Well-known Ardabil Rug Woven In The 16th Century Now In Victoria And Albert Museum In London, England.

Ardabil

6'8" X 9'7"
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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 Lavar (Antique)

9'4" X 6'6"
Retail Price: 9500
Sale Price: 9500
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 (tudeshk)

7'2" X 5'2"
Retail Price: 6500
Sale Price: 6500
Antique Afshar Rugs From The 19th Century Are Characterized By Their Unusually And Consistently High Quality Of Craftsmanship And Wool. Colors Are Virtually Always Heavily Saturated: Deep Indigo, Carnelian, Saffron And Ochre Tones Predominate, Giving A Robust, Vigorous Character To Their Designs. While Complex Repeating All-over Designs Are Prevalent, Afshar Weavers Also Drew Upon Southern Persian Carpet Imagery, With Boteh Motifs, Shrub And Occasionally

Afshar (Antique)

4'9" X 7'0"
Retail Price: 7500
Sale Price: 7500
The Iranian City Of Isfahan (also Spelt Esfahan) Has Long Been One Of The Centres For Production Of The Famous Persian Carpet (or Rug). Isfahani Carpets Are Known For Their High Quality. The Most Famous Workshop In Isfahan Is Seirafian.

Esfehan (Antique)

4'6" X 7'2"
Retail Price: 7500
Sale Price: 7500

Gabeh

7'0" X 9'5"
Retail Price: 1500
Sale Price: 1200

Gabeh

7'1" X 9'2"
Retail Price: 1200
Sale Price: 900

Tabriz

6'5" X 6'5"
Retail Price: 5800
Sale Price: 3800