Tribal

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  • Antique Shirvan Rug Circa 1880. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center Rugs and More.

    Antique Shirvan Rug Circa 1880

    This piece is a beautiful Antique Shirvan Rug Circa 1880. The administrative district of Shirvan produced many highly decorative antique rugs. Which has 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. They also leaned more to medallion designs, while Kubas relied more on allover patterns. But Shirvans tend to be distinguished by a larger, more supple weave.

    4’2″ x 6′

    #30539
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  • Antique Rare Cloudband Caucasian Chondzoresk Rug. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center Rugs More.

    Antique Rare Cloudband Caucasian Chondzoresk Rug

    Chondzoresk rugs are also known as Cloudband Kazaks and are a part of the Caucasian Rug family. Cloudband rugs usually have references to Caucasian dragon carpets within the field, as can be seen within the medallions on this gorgeous piece. Very fine craftsmanship and in good condition.

    5′ x 8′

    #30538
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  • Antique Caucasian Kazak Rug Mid 19th Century. A genuine authentic antique piece of woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center Rugs and More.

    Antique Caucasian Kazak Rug Mid 19th Century

    This is a beautiful but well worn Antique Caucasian Kazak Rug Mid 17th Century. In the Old World. Kazak was an important trade city that was the center of a series of valleys that extended from modern Georgia and Armenia into Azerbaijan. Antique Kazak carpets and rugs are filled with vivid colors and a rich assortment of deeply meaningful symbols that continue to delight collectors and traditional rug connoisseurs.

    4’10” x 7’10”

    #30534
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  • Seven Horses Emperor Rug. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Seven Horses Emperor Rug

    A very unique and beautiful rug featuring mystical horse and tree motifs as well as a medallion in the middle of the field.

    5’11” x 7’5″

    #30533
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  • Talish Caucasian Rug Circa 1880. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Talish Caucasian Rug Circa 1880

    The Talish were a major tribe in the Azerbaijan-Iran Caspian sea area. Typical Talish rugs are longer than they are wide, and have beautiful deep colors.

    4’6″ x 8’1″

    #30531
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  • Antique Kazak Rug Circa 1880. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Kazak Rug Circa 1880

    Hand spun of natural wool and organic dyes to bring out the deep reds into this rug. In the Old World. Kazak was an important trade city that was the center of a series of valleys that extended from modern Georgia and Armenia into Azerbaijan. The antique Kazak rugs, with their beautiful vegetable dyes and tribal patterns, are among the most prized and exciting Caucasian rugs. Antique Kazak carpets and rugs are filled with vivid colors and a rich assortment of deeply meaningful symbols that continue to delight collectors and traditional rug connoisseurs.

    3’11” x 6’7″

    #30530
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  • Antique Kerman Rug Circa 1890. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Kerman Rug Circa 1890

    Kerman carpets are named for the province of the same name in South Iran, known to be a major producer of fine carpets since the 15th century. In the world of antique Persian rugs, Kerman carpets are celebrated as being among the best. Kerman rugs are prized by collectors for a myriad of reasons, which includes but it not limited to: a wide range of designs, a broad pallet, utilization of natural dyes and fibers, immense tensile strength and abrasion resistance, and expert color combinations.

    4’7″ x 6’11”

    #36243
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  • Fine Antique Kayseri Enscribed Tree of Life with Mythical Animals. A piece of authentic woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Fine Antique Kayseri Enscribed Tree of Life with Mythical Animals

    Turkish Kayseri Rugs can be identified by their dense weaving. The field is often in bright red and surrounded by golden yellow spandrels and borders. Prayer, medallian and graveyard designs are commonly used. Kayseri rugs are produced mainly for export and sometimes imitate other designs from other regions.

    4’5″ x 6’1″

    #30521
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  • Finest Antique Silk Persian Tabriz. A piece of genuine authentic woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center and Rugs and More.

    Finest Antique Silk Persian Tabriz

    Tabriz rugs are distinguished by their excellent weave and by their remarkable adherence to the classical traditions of antique Persian rug design. The carpet making art was passed on from generation to generation and was considered the most valued heirloom. The traditional topics for the Tabriz carpets are the ornamental patterns, with the following dominant background colors: cream, red or navy blue.

    4’4″ x 5’4″

    #30500
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  • Antique Original Afghani Beluch Circa 1900. A piece of genuine woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Original Afghani Beluch Circa 1900

    A unique tribal art piece from the Baluchi Tribe. Beluch rugs can be primarily recognized by their exceptional wool quality and color combination. As well as high quality workmanship. The Baluch people are mainly Persian speaking tribes that inhabit the Eastern regions of Iran, Southern Pakistan and West Afghanistan.

    3’6″ x 6’6″

    #30499
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  • Rare Antique Sampler Oushak from 17th Century. A piece of genuine authentic woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Rare Antique Sampler Oushak from 17th Century

    This Oushak is a very beautiful example of the masterful Turkish classical weaving. These “sampler” rugs were used to show potential customers the many patterns and motifs available to them. In their time in ancient Turkey, these rugs were called wagirehs. These sampler oushak rugs, wagirehs, are extremely rare and unique in their design. Made from hand-knotted natural wool.

    4’8″ x 8’9″

    #30498
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  • Antique Ghiordes Rug Circa 17th Century. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Ghiordes Rug Circa 17th Century

    Antique Ghiordes Rug Circa 17th Century rugs are a fine North Western Turkish rug. Classic antique Ghiordes rugs have wide borders and soft colors, often with an off white background like this fine piece shown here.This particular piece of antique woven carpet art dates back to the 17th Century.

    3’10” x 5′

    #30492
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  • Leshgi Star Rug Circa 1880s. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Leshgi Star Rug Circa 1880s

    In the Caucasian rug tradition, this Leshgi Star Rug Circa 1880s has bold, rich colors. This beautiful antique rug features the unique multi-pointed star design exclusive to Leshgi Caucasian rugs. Made using only the finest handspun, natural dyed wool.

    3’4″ x 5’2″

    #30491
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  • Antique Kuba Rug. A piece of genuine authentic woven antique carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Kuba Rug

    Kuba rugs were considered the best rugs of the Caucasus in their heyday. Antique Kuba Rug include famous chi-chi prayer rugs, large-scale blossom patterns and richly colored rugs decorated with a series of radiant medallions. This Antique Kuba Rug is beautifully and richly colored, and they combine cryptic Caucasian symbols with exceptionally decorative motifs.

    3’11” x 5’2″

    #30490
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  • Antique Seichur Kuba Western Flowers Rug. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Seichur Kuba Western Flowers Rug

    Seichur flat weave rugs are from the small town of Yukhari-Zeykhur in Northeast Caucasus in the Azerbaijan province. Antique Seichur rugs are known for their lovely saturated colors, and popular motifs including the cabbage rose, as seen on this Antique Seichur Western Flowers Rug. Seichur rugs do not have symmetrical borders, unlike most Caucasian rugs.

    3’2″ x 4’10”

    #30489
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  • Good Quality Antique Kazak Rug from Early 19th Century. A piece of genuine authentic antique woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center.

    Good Quality Antique Kazak Rug from 19th Century

    Hand spun of natural wool and organic dyes to bring out the deep reds into this rug. In the Old World. Kazak was an important trade city that was the center of a series of valleys that extended from modern Georgia and Armenia into Azerbaijan. Antique Kazak carpets and rugs are filled with vivid colors and a rich assortment of deeply meaningful symbols that continue to delight collectors and traditional rug connoisseurs.

    4’1″ x 7′

    #30488
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  • Antique Caucasian Botteh Rug 30343. A piece of genuine woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center and Rugs and More.

    Antique Caucasian Botteh Rug

    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.

    3’10” x 8’10”

    #30343
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  • Vintage Navajo German Town Rug Rare Oversized

    Sale! $95,600.00 $47,800.00

    Navajos are textiles produced by Navajo people of the Four Corners area of the United States. Navajo textiles are highly regarded and have been sought after as trade items for over 150 years.

    15’9″ x 17’9″

    #30342
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  • Persian Turkomen with Silk Foundation. A piece of genuine authentic woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Persian Turkomen with Silk Foundation

    The original Turkomen rugs were produced by the Turkomen tribes who are the main ethnic group in Turkmenistan and are also found in Afghanistan and Iran.

    6’7″ x 9’9″

    #30341
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  • Antique Original Beluch Prayer Rug. A piece of genuine woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Original Beluch Prayer Rug

    This piece of genuine woven carpet art is an Antique Original Beluch Prayer Rug. Beluch rugs can be primarily recognized by their exceptional wool quality and color combination.

    3’3″ x 5’4″

    #30315
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  • Rare Antique Turkish Tribal Makri Rug. A piece of genuine, woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Rare Antique Turkish Tribal Makri Rug

    This piece of genuine woven carpet art is a Rare Antique Tribal Makri Rug. Makri Rugs are made in or around the coastal village of Fethiye.

    4’5″ x 5’10”

    #30277
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  • Antique Turkish Kula Rug Circa 1880. A piece of genuine woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center and Rugs and More.

    Antique Turkish Kula Rug Circa 1880

    This piece of genuine woven carpet art is an Antique Turkish Kula Rug Circa 1880. It features rust colors, a beautiful indigo border, and a mihrab niche design.

    4′ x 5’9″

    #30274
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  • Antique Rare Eastern Kurdish Anatolian Yuruk Rug. A piece of genuine woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Antique Rare Eastern Kurdish Anatolian Yuruk Rug

    2’7″ x 4’4″

    Yuruk means “to walk”, hence the nomadic tribe of the Yuruks who created this beautiful prayer rug. These woven art pieces were made by these nomadic people in parts of Anatolia.

    #30272
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  • Antique Turkish Bergama Rug. A piece of genuine woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center and Rugs and More.

    Antique Turkish Bergama Rug

    Bergama rugs are made in the historic town of Bergama in northwest Turkey. The style of these rugs is neither Greek nor Turkish but rather resembles Kazaks and Gendje rugs of the Caucasus.

    4′ x 5’4″

    #30271
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  • Antique Original Baluch with 3 Medallions and Unique Knotted Ends. An Afghan piece of original genuine woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center.

    Antique Original Baluch with 3 Medallions and Unique Knotted Ends

    Beluch rugs can be primarily recognized by their exceptional wool quality and color combination. As well as high quality workmanship. The Baluch people are mainly Persian speaking tribes that inhabit the Eastern regions of Iran, Southern Pakistan and West Afghanistan.

    3′ x 5’11”

    #30265
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  • Rarest Antique Maraseli Shirvan Caucasian Prayer Rug. A piece of genuine woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Rarest Antique Maraseli Shirvan Caucasian Prayer Rug

    The administrative district of Shirvan produced many highly decorative antique rugs. Shirvan rugs have a formality along with stylistic complexity that is found in few rugs from the Caucasus.

    3’3″ x 5’2″

    #30264
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  • Rare Turkish Oushak Meditation Piece Circa 1800s. A very rare beautiful rug. Genuine woven carpet art sold by Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More.

    Rare Turkish Oushak Meditation Piece Circa 1800s

    Oushak rugs are some of the finest rugs in the world. Made with silky, glowing wool and shades of cinnamons, terracotta tints, gold, blues, greens, ivory, saffron and grays.

    4’8″ x 6’6″

    #30263
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  • Antique Persian Qashqai Rug. A piece of genuine woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center, Rugs and More in Santa Barbara, California.

    Antique Persian 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.

    4’4″ x 5’11”

    #30262
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  • Antique Turkish Yuruk Rare Prayer Rug. A genuine authentic piece of woven carpet art sold at Santa Barbara Design Center Rugs and More.

    Antique Turkish Yuruk Rare Prayer Rug

    Yuruk means “to walk”, hence the nomadic tribe of the Yuruks who traveled Turkey. These woven art pieces were made by these nomadic people in parts of Anatolia.

    2’7″ x 4’4″

    #30245
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  • Rare Absolutely Unique Caucasian Shirvan Prayer Rug. A piece of genuine authentic woven carpet art sold at Santa Barbara Design Center Rugs and More.

    Rare Absolutely Unique Caucasian Shirvan Prayer Rug

    An absolutely unique, rare and beautiful piece of woven carpet art. The rarest Caucasian prayer rug. Asymmetrical motifs give this rug character unlike it’s counterparts. This rug is meant for a use: meditating.

    5′ x 5’9″

    #30251
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