This Antique Kazak rug has beautiful vegetable dyes and tribal patterns. Famed for its rich colors, assertive, geometric drawing, and bold, large scale designs this Kazak Prayer rug is a prime example and one of the best collectable Caucasian rugs around.
This Antique Kazak Karachof rug has beautiful vegetable dyes and tribal patterns. with three medallions and ivory border. Famed for its rich colors, assertive, geometric drawing, and bold, large scale designs.
The Finest Antique Qashgai Rug features dark reds, saffron golds, and rich blues. This jewel tone rug colors were available to the ancient tribes with vegetable-based dyes, and today they are still often incorporated into the design despite the availability of a wider range of dyes.
This Antique Kashkuli Qashgai rugs will typically feature dark reds, saffron golds, and rich blues. These jewel tone rug colors were available to the ancient tribes with vegetable-based dyes, and today they are still often incorporated into the design despite the availability of a wider range of dyes.
The antique Qashgai rug tell tales and record their daily lives on these beautiful antique rugs. They frequently depict people and animals, but also common household objects, including combs, trees, flowers, and possessions.
This Antique Afshar rug is similar to antique Caucasian rugs in their rug colors and styles. Using geometric patterns, medallions with diamond patterns and pomegranate vases. Common colors include crimson, saffron gold, ivory, burnt orange and sienna. The design and colors used in Afshar rugs are reflective of the influences from outside regions making these highly stylized and unique rugs.
This Antique Kermanshah rug is a unique and appealing style of antique Persian rugs, and is generally characterized by a distinct tribal aesthetic.
Dimensions: 4’2 x 6’2
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Rugs pay tribute to the beauty of their countries of origin. Whether exotic or traditional, tribal or modern, our rugs weave stories through intricate patterns, compelling colors, and touchable materials. These museum quality pieces are a testament to superior craftsmanship.
Our rugs, textiles, tapestries, flat woven rugs, Kilims, and needlepoints are hand-knotted and woven in silk and wool of the highest quality. Both rare and unique in design, these collectibles quickly become family treasures that can be passed down from one generation to the next.
Our goal is to help you make a rug truly yours! Rugs & More is proud to offer customization options. Creating a custom rug from a variety of styles is the perfect solution when you can’t find exactly what you want.
Finest Ziegler Oushak Montecito Rug Collection designed by Micheal Kourosh and woven by Ziegler & Company are decorative, functional and unique in design. They are sought after by successful interior designers and discerning home owners alike. These rugs are desirable as highly decorative pieces of floor art. They are hand woven with natural dyes, and hand spun wool. All over patterns of smaller medallions or scattered sprays of vine scroll and palmettos create a timeless and transitional look. These high-quality pieces are a testament to superior craftsmanship and are notable for the grand, monumental scale of the designs, whose pleasing qualities are enhanced by their soft and lustrous wool and the low shear to create the antiqued look. These rugs will become family treasures that can be passed down from one generation to the next.
Finest Ziegler Oushak Montecito Rug Collection
This finest Ziegler Oushak rug is woven just like an antique Oushak would have 150 years ago. We use the highest quality wool and natural dyes. Hand made from around the world. We shear, wash and put them in the sun to dry several times. These Ziegler and Company Montecito Oushak Rugs get the look and feel of antique Oushaks with the new color palettes, which is most desirable for today’s interiors and they have been a hit with high end interior designers. Specially in Southern California. Add a beautiful Oriental rug to bring your home together to feel warm and welcoming.
President Trump Meets Pope, But What Really Stands Out Is This Beautiful Antique Bidjar Rug. This beautiful Antique Bidjar rug bellow their feet is handmade in Northwest Iran. It is the finest of Persian rugs with beautiful design and woven with Kurdish knot technique. It is rich in colors and its amazing pattern creates a highly desirable rug
Bidjar is a town in Persian Kurdistan located in north-west Persia. The Bidjar name is also used to describe the antique rugs that were produced in the many villages in the surrounding vicinity. The Bidjar is noted as being the stiffest carpet made; they are very heavy in relation to their size, and very thick and durable, hence they are called Iron Rugs of Iran. All of the knots are symmetrical and the rows are beaten down during the weaving process producing a dense compact fabric. Given their thickness and construction Bidjar rugs can be difficult to fold. The many designs depict the Kurdish influence of the area and often floral and classical geometric motifs are employed as well as the use of large, whimsical medallion designs and air loom in the making.
As oriental rugs age, repair becomes an important part of their regular maintenance. Whether your rug has been slowly unraveling throughout the years as a result of high foot traffic or it has been damaged overnight by a teething dog and your cat scratching on the carpet. It’s extremely vital to repair any damaged areas to keep them from getting worse. We have our in house master weaver and restorer working on site in our store, who does all repairs by hand – never by machine – using hand spun wool in all colors to preserve the natural and unique look of your rug.
Oriental rugs are known for there durability and these collectibles quickly become family treasures that can be passed down from one generation to the next. Through out the years rugs may have fadings from the sun or show wear spots from foot traffic. When restoring your Persian and Oriental rug, our team of professionals accurately duplicate the materials and construction of the original piece.
Our team work patiently on your rugs using their skill, knowledge, and expertise to replace fibers, repair fringe, rebind edges, cut out and replace sections, dye or tint to restore your rug as closely as possible to its original beauty. We treat your rugs as floor art and take care of them as such.
At Rugs & More we walk you through and discuss thoroughly the processes we recommend to repair your rug, and make suggestions to avoid future damages from occurring. Using only the very best craftsmen , we specialize in a traditional hand rug repair service for Persian, Afghan, Kilim, Turkish, Silk and Antique rugs, carpets, runners and tapestries. From small new rug repairs to a full antique Persian carpet restoration service, we offer the complete service.
At Rugs and More we carry the largest Selection of antique hand made rugs. From Persian, Classical, Modern, Antiques and much MORE ! Rugs pay tribute to the beauty of their countries of origin. Whether exotic or traditional, tribal or modern, our rugs weave stories through intricate patterns, compelling colors, and touchable materials. These museum quality pieces are a testament to superior craftsmanship. Our rugs, textiles, tapestries, flat woven rugs, Kilims, and needlepoints are hand-knotted and woven in silk and wool of the highest quality. Both rare and unique in design, these collectibles quickly become family treasures that can be passed down from one generation to the next
One of the sign of original Mohtasham rug which named “Mohtasham Father” and also showing in this particular rug is the silk edge rapping. Other indications are the fine weave and fine short cut pile, also the special magnificent colors. . “Mohtasham Father “ refers to Kashan rugs made from c.1882 until 1914 woven in a particular atelier with a specific quality wool like English and Australian Merino wool, made by Hajji Mollah Hassan Mohtasham and his skilled weaver. These rugs had a velvety short pile and tight knotting. Around 1900, his son, Mohtasham the Younger took over the work shop and continued the practice of fine knotting. The design and colors radically changed, although the wool remained the same until 1930 when Persian sourced yarn was used.
Mohtasham is one of the most revered weavers of Kashan. His rugs are some of the highest quality Persian weavings. The town of Kashan located in central Iran between Isfahan and Tehran is often referred to as the greatest weaving center in western Persia. Mohtasham Kashans ranges from 200 to 300 knots per square inch, with the older ones tending towards the upper end of the scale. An interesting thing about Mohtasham Kashans is that the oldest examples tend to have the highest knot counts but a certain crudeness of design.
Since the 3rd quarter of the 19th century and for about 30 years, the finest and most delicate rugs of wool and silk were woven by arguably the most respected ustadan (master weaver), Ed Din Mohtasham. These rugs are noted for their use of purple and ruby red silk bindings for the selvedges. They are characterized by a particular style, color and use of imported merino wool. Whether signed or unsigned, antique Mohtasham Kashan rugs are considered the crème de la crème of all antique Kashan rugs.