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Antique Rugs, Turkish Rugs
Antique Rugs, Hereke
Antique Hereke rugs are elegant, distinguished and enduring design pieces. It’s estimated that even smaller Hereke rugs have taken weavers one year to complete. These magnificent rugs use the finest materials and the most exquisite patterns
Shirvan rugs are often the most sought after antique rugs from the Caucasus. Shirvan rugs were made not far from those of Kuba, which are closely related in terms of design and coloration.
4’7 x 10’3
Antique Rugs, Nain Rug
Persian Nain Rugs – Nain is a small village located in central Iran that has relatively recently become a renowned center for carpet weaving. Production began here in the 1930’s. Although Nains are not as old as many of the traditional Persian rugs, they retain their value in terms of construction
Antique Nain rugs are created in Iran in the town of Nain or in nearby areas. Style and design of the Nains is heavily influenced by the Isfahan weavers, but they are easily distinguishable by the colors used. Elegant and understated, the Persian Nain rug is highly desirable and a testament to the craftsmanship of the area.
5’2 x 8’3
Antique Navajo Rug hand made from natural wool and organic dyes
3’6 x 6
Antique Tudeshk Rug hand made from natural wool featuring unique design.
3’3 x 5’2
Isfahan emerged as the new, more centrally located capital of the Safavid dynasty, and it soon became a flourishing center of classical Persian art and culture supported directly by the patronage of the Safavid monarchs.
4’6 x 6’7
Antique Rugs, Kerman Rugs
This collectible antique rug presents a unique heart-shaped bulb that serves as fertile ground for a “Tree of Life”. This Kerman Rug with its rich design containing unique sun, moon, deer and beautiful peacocks captures all signs with four mustached gentleman on each outer corner representing the four seasons.
Antique Rugs, Nain Rug
Woven by skilled artisans, Persian Nain rugs are highly sought after. They are made with beautifully muted colors, predominantly beige and navy. Light blue, burgundy, and green are used occasionally. They are woven using the Persian knot. Iranian Nains usually have a cotton warp, however sometimes silk warps are used.
5’4 x 8