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Antique Kashan Rug#30043
Antique Turkish Silk Kaysari Rug#30042
Antique Silk Kayseri Turkish
4’9″ x 6’11”#30040
Antique Wool Sarouk Farahan
Finest Handspun Natural Dyed Wool All Hand Made in Persia
3’1″ x 4’6″#30039
Antique Sarouk Persian Rug
4’4″ x 6’4″#29863
Fine Antique Silk Heriz with Fringe Edges Handmade in Persia#30036
Antique Silk Turkish Prayer Rug#30037
Rare 1800s Classical Silk Tabriz from Northwest Persia
Handmade in Persia
From the 1800s#30033
Antique Heriz Unique Silk Meditation Rug#30026
Antique Goerder Unique Silk Prayer Rug#30025
Antique Isphahan Safarid circa 1650#30024
Antique Bursa Flying Airplane
This Antique Bursa Flying Airplane rug is a unique Turkish tribal rug. Bursa was the capital of the Ottoman empire, a thriving artistic place. They produced many lovely pieces of woven carpet art.
3’9″ x 5’6″#30023
South East Persia woven around 1700s or earlier
This unique historic woven art tells the Whole Story of good and bad, Ahura Mazda and Ahriman, the higher aspirations of human kind, the paradox of living and its expectations all knotted into this master work.#29985
Rare Antique Kazak Prayer rug Caucasian rug
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.
Size: 4’2 x 7’2#29845
Caucasus Antique Kazak Karachof RugSale!
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.
Size: 3’6 x 6’2#29844
Antique Malayer Perisan Oriental RugSale!
This Antique Malayer rug has a quiet formality and reserve that makes it excellent decorative pieces for elegant settings. The colors and patterns of the antique Malayer rug is rich and varied.
Size: 4’3 x 6’5#29843
Finest Antique Kashkuli Qashgai RugSale!
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.
Size: 4’9 x 7’9#29841
Fine Antique Afshar Rug Rare collectable
This Fine antique Afshar rug is the best of its type. Perhaps woven around 1850 it is Beautifully drawn light blue tulips trellises connect on a rare Saffron field.
Size: 4’3 x 4’6
Antique Serapi Rug of Majestic Proportions and DesignSale!
13’6 x 17’10
In terms of design, drawing, and coloration as well, Serapis are clearly part of one and the same tradition as Herizes, despite being a distinct rug style, which originated as a Sarouk Farahan medallion room-size rugs, but with a more geometric and abstract look.
Serapi of Majectic proportion is a oversized floor rug that represents the best of hand woven rugs. There is simply the best of its type and highly decorative and collectable at the same time.
Finest Rare Antique Mohtasham RugSale!
This Finest Antique Mohtasham Rug is a Rare Oversized floor piece with the garden of paradise and medallion motif. Beautiful birds in the fields of floral sprays. Rare and highly decorative ivory back ground and ivory border adds to the elegance and restfulness of this majestic woven art.
4’5 x 7
Rare Antique Mohtasham Kashan RugSale!
4 x 6
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.#29240
Rare Antique Silk Mohtasham KashanSale!
4’4 x 6’7
Rare Antique Silk Mohtasham Kashan
A Fantastic Example of the finest woven arts by the master’s workshop. This rug is in perfect condition and remarkable for its age. The tree of life is a nice touch for this rug and its purple sidings are sign of the royalty in this type of rugs and highly desirable. The ivory back ground of this rug adds to its attractiveness and elegance.#29241
6 x 9
Mamluk carpets are distinguished not only by their distinctive designs, but also by their lustrous wool, fine weave and soft, closely valued coloration dominated by pale greens, yellows and reds.#29130
Haji Jalili Tabriz Rugs – At the end of the 19th century, after a prolonged period of dormancy, the Persian town of Tabriz experienced an artistic revival and successfully reasserted itself into the forefront of the rug-making world. Perhaps one of the most important figures in this reawakening of Tabriz as an important rug-making center was the master weaver Haji Jalili, from the nearby of Marand.#29160
Royal Polonaise 29167Sale!
“Rugs rich with silk and gold” were reworked upon by western 17th Century visitors to the Esfahan bazaar, and this piece is exactly what they marveled at.#29167
Antique Sarab camel hair collectable rugSale!
Antique Sarab Runner
this Antique Sarab camel hair collectable rug is woven around 1870 in north west Persia. these type of rugs are known for their fine runners with a characteristic camel ground and lozenge-shaped medallions#28910
embroidered and decorative tribal textile made in Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and other Central Asian countries.#28937
Chinese Deco 28690Sale!
Chinese Art Deco Rugs were produced from the 1910’s to the 1940’s. Prior to the 1920’s, during the experimental stages of production, the design and color remained similar to classical antique carpets from China#28690
Bokhara is a term commonly used to describe Tekke-faced rugs. Tekke was a tribe from the area of Bokhara in Central Asia. The design is dominated by rows of guls and surrounding geometric patterns.#28696
Chinese Deco 28699Sale!
Chinese Art Deco Rugs were produced from the 1910’s to the 1940’s. Prior to the 1920’s, during the experimental stages of production, the design and color remained similar to classical antique carpets from China#28699
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