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Serapi Heriz 29116Sale!
2’11 x 14’10
Serapi Carpets – The rug market has never been short of imagination in developing narratives to explain carpet formats, structures, or typological labels. One of the most amusing examples of this is the notion that rugs or kilims woven in separate halves sewn down the middle were made as wedding rugs with one half woven by the groom’s family.#29116
3’8 x 28’9
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.#29132
Serapi Heriz 29129Sale!
elegant, softly colored and richly patterned carpets continue to attract new generations of consumers and collectors.#29129
Tibetan Village 28904Sale!
Fine Hand made Tibetan Village of natural wool#28904
Natural Wool 28906Sale!
Hand made of natural wool#28906
Tibetan Village 28907Sale!
The knotting method used in Tibetan rug making is different from that used in other rug making traditions worldwide#28907
Antique Turkish BergamaSale!
During the later Middle Ages and the Renaissance, they were the decorative rug par excellence, dominating the market in Europe and even in Middle East itself.#28908
Rare Tibetan Wool & Silk28909Sale!
Tibetan carpets from the 19th century are relatively restrained in terms of design and coloring, carpet makers at that time being restricted to a narrow range of natural dyes including madder, indigo, Tibetan rhubarb and Tibetan walnut , with a few other local plants producing yellow and greenish colors#28909
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
Ziegler & Co Oushak RunnerSale!
2’7 x 6’4
Their larger scale patterns along with their soft and decorative coloration make these rugs extremely sought after by the trend-setters and taste-makers in the interior design trade.#28911
Mangolian Kelim 28912Sale!
kilim designs are made by interweaving the variously colored wefts and warps, thus creating what is known as a flatweave.#28912
Tibetan Village 28913Sale!
Tibetan rugs are traditionally made from Tibetan highland sheep’s wool, called changpel.
Farahan Runner 28914Sale!
Antique Farahan rugs and carpets that were produced in the Arak region of west central Iran, are remarkable for their ability to combine different qualities and sensibilities.#28914
Antique Dhurrie RunnerSale!
Unique Loom Red Hand-woven Kilim Dhurrie Geometric Oriental#28915
Kelim Runner 28916Sale!
Knotted-pile and Flat-woven Kilims were woven there in the 18th and 19th centuries most often in the court-favored “French” style.#28916
Ziegler Khotan Runner 28917Sale!
Khotan Rug History – A space reflects a person’s personality, desires and traditions. Each piece builds off of one another, bouncing ideas back and forth eventually creating a unifying space. Rugs serve a decorative as well as utilitarian purpose.#28917
Khotan Runner 28918Sale!
An epitome of history, character and culture antique Khotan rugs add richness to a room#28918
Ziegler Mughal 28919Sale!
Antique Mughal carpets were court art and as such they have a regal, palatial aura redolent of a bygone era of luxury and imperial grandeur.#28919
Ziegler Mughal 28920Sale!
Antique Mughal Rugs – 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.#28920
Ziegler Sultanabad 28921Sale!
The rugs of Sultanabad are extremely desirable in the modern marketplace. The popularity of Sultanabad rugs go back to the mid-19th century.#28921
Hand made of natural wool and silk#28922
Ziegler Caucasian 28923Sale!
Caucasian rugs get their name from the area in which they were made – the Caucasus. The Caucasus is a region that produces distinctive rugs since the end of the 18th century and the antique#28923
Ziegler & co Khotan 28924Sale!
Khotan Rugs – A space reflects a person’s personality, desires and traditions. Each piece builds off of one another, bouncing ideas back and forth eventually creating a unifying space.#28924
Persian Tabriz 28925Sale!
This particular Tabriz is practically exploding with color, its whimsical, bright pallet standing somewhat in juxtaposition with the classicality of the design#28925
Finest Agra 28927Sale!
Agra has been a major center of carpet production since the great period of Mughal art in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.#28927
Khotan Runner 28929Sale!
Khotan Rugs – A space reflects a person’s personality, desires and traditions. Each piece builds off of one another, bouncing ideas back and forth eventually creating a unifying space#28929
Ziegler Sultanabad 28928Sale!
The rugs of Sultanabad are extremely desirable in the modern marketplace. The popularity of Sultanabad rugs go back to the mid-19th century.#28928
Ziegler Oushak 28930Sale!
Antique Turkish carpets such as these are desirable today as highly decorative pieces. They come in central medallion designs as well as patterns of smaller allover medallions or scattered sprays of vine scroll and palmettes.#28930
The rugs of Sultanabad are extremely desirable in the modern marketplace. The popularity of Sultanabad rugs go back to the mid-19th century.#28931
Ziegler Mughal 28932Sale!
Antique Mughal Rugs – 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#28932
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