A Kashan Rug Is A Type Of Persian Rug From The Area Of Kashan. Kashan Is A City In Isfahan Province In North Central Iran. There Was Production Of Persian Carpet At Royal Workshops In The 17th And Early 18th Century. Historically Kashan Was A Major Center In The Garment Trade. In The Late 19th Century The Market Shifted And The Local Industry Went From Fine Wool Cloth To Fine Wool Carpets.


9'10" X 12'7"
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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.

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8'0" X 10'3"
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Sarough (also Sarouk) Rugs Are Those Woven In The Village Of Sarough And Also The City Of Arak, Iran And The Surrounding Countryside. Sarough Rugs Continue To Be Produced Today, Using The Same Methods As During Early Production. Known For Their Exceptional Quality And Ability To Withstand Decades Of Wear, Saroughs Continue To Be A Best Seller Of The Persian Rugs. They Are Made With A High Quality, Tough Wool Using A Persian Knot.


11'0" X 13'0"
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9'10" X 12'7"
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9'1" X10'
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9'3" X 13'2"
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9'6" X 12'9"
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9'10" X 9'3"
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9'10" X 11'2"
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9'0" X 12'0"
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