Collectible Rugs

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  • Antique Mughal Indian Emperial Rug. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Mughal Indian Emperial Rug

    Carpet weaving was one of the most outstanding aspects of textile production in India under the Mughal dynasty from the late sixteenth to early eighteenth centuries. These rugs feature tropical plants and flowers and a rich palette of deep reds, greens, and yellows.

    4 x 5’11”

    #30725
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  • Antique Kurdish Rug - Rugs & More

    Antique Kurdish Rug

    Antique Kurdish rugs are as diverse as the ethnic weavers who created them. The presence of Kurdish weavers are found in the southwestern area of Persia. The beauty of Kurdish designs are enriched by luscious blues, greens, saffrons as well as terracotta and burnt orange shades.

    4’8″ x 9’3

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  • Very Rare and Unusual Antique Bakhtiari Rug. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center Rugs and More.

    Very Rare and Unusual Antique Bakhtiari Rug

    Antique Persian Bakhtiari rugs are among the more intriguing and distinct styles of antique Persian rugs, boasting a fascinating historical heritage and expressing a unique aesthetic ideal. This beautiful Very Rare and Unusual Antique Bakhtiari Rug is an exemplary Baktiari.

    4’4″ x 6′

    #36214
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  • Antique Rare Medallion Oushak from the 16th Century. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center Rugs and More

    Antique Rare Medallion Oushak from the 16th Century

    Antique Turkish Oushak rugs have been woven in Western Turkey since the beginning of the Ottoman period. Historians attributed to them many of the great masterpieces of early Turkish carpet weaving from the fifteenth to the seventeenth centuries.

    5’9″ x 8’4″

    #30710
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  • Sarouk Farahan Rug Circa 1880. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Sarouk Farahan Rug Circa 1880

    Antique Sarouk Farahan rugs are among the most luxurious classically derived, room-sized Persian carpets. Hand made of natural wool and dyes. The allover floral garden of paradise design customary on so-called Sarouk-Farahans is classically Persian, as is all the minor detail.

    4’3″ x 6’7″

    #30697
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  • Fine Antique Qashqai Kashkuli Rug. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Fine Antique Qashqai Kashkuli Rug

    The Fine Antique Qashqai Kashkuli Rug 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.

    5’8″ x 10’3″

    #30700
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  • Antique Heriz Rug with a Unique Field. A piece of genuine authentic woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Heriz Rug with a Unique Field

    Heriz are produced in the village of the same name in the slopes of Mount Sabalan.  Heriz rugs are one of the most famous rugs from Iran, because of their very unique and distinguishable style. Antique Heriz carpets are prized for their elegant patina and rich colors that are often attributed to the area’s copper-rich water. Regal terra-cotta reds, clear Persian blues and creamy accent colors are synonymous with the region’s unmistakable coloration.

    4’9″ x 6’2″

    #30709
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  • Antique Mohajesan Sarouk Finest Example Of It's Kind. A piece of genuine antique woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Mohajesan Sarouk Finest Example Of It’s Kind

    Antique Sarouk Farahan rugs are among the most luxurious classically derived, room-sized Persian carpets. Hand made of natural wool and dyes

    4’3 x 6’10

    #36229
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  • Antique Kazak Kasim Oushak ca 1875. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Kazak Kasim Oushak ca 1875

    The antique Kazak rug, with their beautiful vegetable dyes and tribal patterns, are among the most prized and exciting Caucasian rugs.

    4’4 x 6’7

    #30701
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  • 17th Century Pre-Proto Kurdish Shrub Carpet. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    17th Century Pre-Proto Kurdish Shrub Carpet

    Kurdish rugs like this 17th Century Pre-Proto Kurdish Shrub Carpet are made of lustrous wool and have vivid color. The Kurds of Iran live in a valley where, as the tale tells, Noah’s Ark came to its final rest. These rugs are as diverse as the ethnic weavers who created them.

    5’7″ x 9’6″

    #30698
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  • Very Rare Antique Qashqai 1001 Flowers Rug. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Very Rare Antique Qashqai 1001 Flowers Rug

    Antique Qashqai rugs like this Very Rare Antique Qashqai 1001 Flowers Rug are beautiful and intricate tribal pile rugs. They get their name from Persian nomadic tribes that have lived in what is now southwest Iran for centuries. They often feature geometric patterns, highly developed floral designs and 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.

    5’4″ x 8′

    #30699
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  • Antique Kurdish Shrub Rug Circa 17th Century A piece of genuine authentic woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center Rugs and More.

    Antique Kurdish Shrub Rug Circa 17th Century

    Kurdish rugs like this Antique Kurdish Shrub Rug Circa 17th Century are made of lustrous wool and have vivid color.The Kurds of Iran live in a valley where, as the tale tells, Noah’s Ark came to its final rest. These rugs are as diverse as the ethnic weavers who created them.

    6′ x 8’1″

    #30693
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  • Fine Antique Soumak Rug. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center Rugs and More.

    Fine Antique Soumak Rug

    Antique Soumak rug (also spelled Sumak). This construction technique produces a flat-weave rug that is thick, strong and exceptionally durable. Antique Soumak rugs are generally very finely woven and feature richly detailed motifs. Traditionally, these spectacular flat-weave carpets become decorated with ancient symbols, tiny birds and geometric animals.

    5’3″ x 5’6″

    #30692
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  • Antique Armenian Gole Farangi Rug A piece of woven antique carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center Rugs and More.

    Antique Armenian Gole Farangi Bakhtiari Rug

    Gole Farangi Means “French Flower”. Antique Persian Bakhtiari rugs are among the more intriguing and distinct styles of antique Persian rugs, boasting a fascinating historical heritage and expressing a unique aesthetic ideal. This beautiful Antique Armenian Gole Farangi Bakhtiari Rug is an exemplary Bakhtiari.

    5′ x 7’7″

    #35047
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  • Antique Proto Kurdish Rug Early 19th Century. A piece of genuine authentic woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center Rugs and More.

    Antique Proto Kurdish Rug Early 19th Century

    This Antique Proto Kurdish Rug Early 19th Century is a bit weathered, but beautiful nonetheless. Proto Kurdish rugs are as diverse as the ethnic weavers who created them. The presence of Kurdish weavers in the northwestern area of Persia and the Iranian Kurdistan region has led to some stylistic overlap.

    4’8″ x 5’9″

    #30691
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  • Antique Early 19th Century Shirvan Runner Rug. A piece of genuine authentic woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center Rugs and More.

    Antique Early 19th Century Shirvan Runner Rug

    Shirvan rugs have a formality along with stylistic complexity that is found in few rugs from the Caucasus. Shirvan rugs are often the most sought after antique rugs from the Caucasus. Shirvans, like this Antique Early 19th Century Shirvan Runner Rug also leaned more to medallion designs and tend to be distinguished by a larger, more supple weave.

    3’5″ x 12’1″

    #30690
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  • Antique Early Caucasian Proto Northern Kurdish Rug Circa 1700s. A piece of antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Early Caucasian Proto Northern Kurdish Rug Circa 1700s

    Kurdish rugs like this Antique Early Caucasian Proto Northern Kurdish Rug Circa 1700s are made of lustrous wool and have vivid color.The Kurds of Iran live in a valley where, as the tale tells, Noah’s Ark came to its final rest. These rugs are as diverse as the ethnic weavers who created them, as you can see from this similar Proto Kurdish Northwest Persian Circa 1700s.

    3’7″ x 4’11”

    #30689
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  • Antique Kurdish Rug ca 1880. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Kurdish Rug ca 1880

    Kurdish rugs are as diverse as the ethnic weavers who created them. The presence of Kurdish weavers in the northwestern area of Persia and the Iranian Kurdistan region has led to some stylistic overlap.

    4’4″ x 6’8″

    #29882
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  • Fine Antique Shirvan Rug. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Fine Antique Shirvan Rug

    Shirvan rugs have a formality along with stylistic complexity that is found in few rugs from the Caucasus. Shirvan rugs are often the most sought after antique rugs from the Caucasus. Shirvans, like this Antique Shirvan Rug Featuring Peacock and Two Men, also leaned more to medallion designs and tend to be distinguished by a larger, more supple weave.

    3’11” x 5’5″

    #36232
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  • Antique Khamseh Chicken Rug. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Khamseh Chicken Rug

    Khamseh rugs are greatly admired by rug experts for having fine craftsmanship and lustrous wool. Khamseh refers to a nomadic tribal group from Southwestern Iran. Similar to Qashqai, these rugs feature intricate geometric motifs as well as saturated color.

    4’2″ x 5’7″

    #30670
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  • Fine Antique Shirvan Woven by an Armenian Girl. A piece of genuine authentic woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center Rugs and More.

    Fine Antique Shirvan Woven by an Armenian Girl

    Shirvan rugs have a formality along with stylistic complexity that is found in few rugs from the Caucasus. Shirvan rugs are often the most sought after antique rugs from the Caucasus. Shirvans, like this Antique Shirvan Rug Featuring Peacock and Two Men, also leaned more to medallion designs and tend to be distinguished by a larger, more supple weave.

    3’8″ x 7’2″

    #30669
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  • Antique Intricate Boteh Afshar Rug. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Intricate Botteh Afshar Rug

    The Botteh rug motif is a common element of antique Caucasian rugs. Botteh, or paisley as it is known in the Western world, originated in Persian. The word means bush, shrub, thicket, or bramble. The motif was a major textile pattern in Ancient Persia. Antique Afshar rug common colors include crimson, saffron gold, ivory, burnt orange and sienna.

    4’10” x 7’3″

    #30658
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  • Rare Baktiari Rug Woven by Armenians feat. Cypress and Weeping Willow Trees. A piece of genuine antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center

    Rare Bakhtiari Rug Woven by Armenians feat. Cypress and Weeping Willow Trees

    Antique Persian Bakhtiari rugs are among the more intriguing and distinct styles of antique Persian rugs, boasting a fascinating historical heritage and expressing a unique aesthetic ideal. This beautiful Rare Bakhtiari Woven Rug Woven by Armenians feat. Cypress and Weeping Willow Trees is an exemplary Baktiari.

    4’8″ x 6’1″

    #30657
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  • Rare Antique Shasavan Sojbolagh Rug. A piece of genuine authentic unique woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Rare Antique Shahsavan Sojbolagh Rug

    A very Rare Antique Shahsavan Sojbolagh Rug. These rugs are made by a nomadic tribe in Kurdish Iran. This piece is beautifully handcrafted.

    5′ x 8’3″

    #30655
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  • Unique Rare Jaf Kurd Rug Circa 1860s. A piece of genuine authentic woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Unique Rare Jaf Kurd Rug Circa 1860s

    “Jaf” refers to a tribe who speak the Jaf dialect of Jaffi, and are the largest Kurdish tribe in the Middle East. Jaf Kurdish rugs feature an intricate diamond lattice pattern, as seen on this Unique Rare Jaf Kurd Rug Circa 1860s. This particular type of rug is highly sought after because the quality of the older weaving is very high, and has only declined with time, making the old rugs very rare.

    5’2″ x 6’1″

    #30656
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  • Antique Qashqai Rug. A piece of genuine antique authentic woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Qashqai Rug

    Antique Qashqai rug are beautiful and intricate tribal pile rugs. They get their name from Persian nomadic tribes that have lived in what is now southwest Iran for centuries. They often feature geometric patterns and highly developed floral designs.

    5’1″ x 7’8″

    #30654
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  • Rare Antique Cabbage Rose Seychour Rug. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Rare Antique Cabbage Rose Seychour Rug

    Seychour rugs are prized for their detailed depictions and beautiful saturated colors. Two main patterns dominate the Seychour type of rug. These are the cabbage rose, as seen on this piece of woven carpet art, and the Seychour cross.

    3’7″ x 5’10”

    #30653
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  • Fine Antique Afshar Rug. A genuine authentic antique piece of woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Fine Antique Afshar Rug

    Antique Persian Afshar rugs are similar to antique Caucasian rugs in their rug colors and styles. Using geometric patterns and medallions with diamond patterns. Antique Afshar rug Common colors include crimson, saffron gold, ivory, burnt orange and sienna.

    4’10” x 6’6″

    #44934
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  • Rare 1870s Antique Boteh Afshar. A piece of authentic genuine antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Rare 1870s Antique Botteh Afshar

    The Botteh motif is a common element of antique Caucasian rugs. Botteh, or paisley as it is known in the Western world, originated in Persian. The word means bush, shrub, thicket, or bramble. The motif was a major textile pattern in Ancient Persia. Antique Afshar rug Common colors include crimson, saffron gold, ivory, burnt orange and sienna.

    5’10” x 6’4″

    #30652
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  • Antique Shirvan Runner Rug. A piece of authentic antique genuine woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Shirvan Runner Rug

    Shirvan rugs have a formality along with stylistic complexity that is found in few rugs from the Caucasus. Shirvan rugs are often the most sought after antique rugs from the Caucasus. Shirvans, like this Antique Shirvan Rug Featuring Peacock and Two Men, also leaned more to medallion designs and tend to be distinguished by a larger, more supple weave.

    3’10” x 8’12”

    #30649
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