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Antique Heriz Juval
This is a lovely rare Antique Heriz Juval with distinctive large-scale motifs and a wide ranging palette of warm colors, the antique Heriz carpet is probably the most popular of the Persian village carpets.
Antique Farahan Plateau
These prized carpets of Persia were in high demand and for good reason; The Farahan rugs were conceived of as classically-derived, with exquisitely-detailed centerpieces.
Rare Antique Mughal Imperial Tent Panel Needlework
Mughal – Weaving these type of needleworks was one of the most outstanding aspects of textile production in India under the Mughal dynasty from the late sixteenth to early eighteenth centuries.
Amazing world class wovenart
Worth the visit to the Design Center
Size: 3’2 x 3’4#31719Read more
This Classical Afshan rug is from the 18th century. The stunning intricate all over stylized flowers and shrubs pattern has an enormous appeal due to its familiar warm Terracotta, faded yellows and warm indigo blues. This gallery size rug has a longer shape, which usually finds itself in hallways and waiting rooms of aristocrats or diplomatic missions, which nowadays is more suitable for large entrances or a long dining room.
Antique Panderma, any of several types of floor coverings handwoven at Panderma (now Bandırma), a town in Turkey on the southern shore of the Sea of Marmora,
4’8″ x 6’8″#30872Read more
Light Persian Bakhshayesh RugSale!
Light Persian Bakhshayesh Rug from the northwest tribal nomads. Bakhshayesh rugs are considered among the finest examples of larger rugs from the region. Like Persian classical carpets, these carpets feature bold, geometric designs
Size: 9’6 x 11’9#29672Add to cart
Antique Swedish Rye Floral Pile Rug
Antique Swedish Floral Pile Rug, origin: Scandinavia, circa mid-20th century. Here is a refreshing and skillfully woven vintage carpet, a beautiful example of the Swedish Kilim style. The artisan has demonstrated a firm understanding of the principles of carpet design, creating an unintrusive and lovely composition that blends unique highlights into a broader whole.
1’9″ x 1’10”#30766Read more
Small Bakhetiari Kelim Saddle Bag
Small Bakhetiari Kelim Saddle Bag with some metal threading throughout. Kelim designs are made by interweaving the variously colored wefts and warps, thus creating what is known as a flatweave. Made for horses, donkeys and camels from Asia Minor, Central Asia, North Africa, the Caucasian Mountains and the Western Hemisphere.
Size: 1’11” x 4’1″#30765Read more
Kurdish Bagface Jaf Kurd
“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. This Kurdish Bagface Jaf Kurd is a wonderful piece of art.
Size: 2’6″ x 3’1″#30764Read more
Antique Yomud Chuval 19th Cent.
Antique Yomud Chuval 19th Cent. is very finely knotted, dense pile. Remains of the kilim back still preserved at lower end; losses to upper end; minor damage to sides; two stains.
2’4″ x 3’7″#30763Read more
Antique Kula Classic Turkish Rug
Antique Kula Classic Turkish Rug is an old rug producing town in Western Turkey. The weavers of Kula are known for their finely woven rugs,
Size: 4’4 x 8’7#30747Read 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”#30725Read more
Classic Baluch Rug
Classic Baluch Rug, Finest Tribal Baluch rugs can be primarily recognized by their exceptional wool quality and color combination.
Size: 4’1 x 5#30643Read more
Antique Persian Beluch
Finest Tribal Antique Persian Beluch can be primarily recognized by their exceptional wool quality and color combination. This rug comes from a tribal area in Southern Iran bordering Afghanistan and Pakistan
3 x 5″1′#30228Read more
Antique Savonnerie RugSale!
7 x 10’6′
Antique Savonnerie rug along with Aubusson rugs have purely French designs with the occasional addition of Rococo elements.#29868Add to cart
Antique Ottoman Turkish Prayer Rug with Pendant
This Antique Ottoman Turkish Prayer Rug was used for religious rituals. The niche at the top of the rug always faces towards the Islamic center Mecca, as is customary for Muslim prayer. A genuine and authentic piece of woven carpet art sold by the Santa Barbara Design Center.
4’6″ x 5’10”#29852Read more
Antique Isphahan Safavid woven circa 1650#30024Read more
Vintage Donegal RugSale!
Vintage Donegal Rug – The manufacture of Vintage Donegal Rug began in 1858, in Ireland. The conventional designs of these stylish arts and crafts design rugs border neoclassical features from the 20th century. The Irish Donegal rugs were predominantly custom made with colors that were selected according to the preference of the client. The history of these Irish rugs borders the positive influence of an English textile designer named William Morris. He applied art nouveau as well as arts and crafts design aesthetics. As a result, the popularity of his designs sky rocketed. Among the important centers for rug weaving in Europe are Spain, England, and France. The history began in 1989 under the influence of Alexander Morton & Company in London. The firm produced handmade carpets in Donegal, Ireland. During which time, an entrepreneur by the name of Gustav Stickley was the owner of many Donegal carpets.
Size: 11’4 x 14
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.#29985Read more
Fine Sultanabad RugSale!
This fine Sultanabad Rug is extremely desirable in the modern marketplace. The popularity of Sultanabad rugs go back to the mid-19th century
9’3 x 12’4#29684Add to cart
Fine Ziegler & Co OushakSale!
8’4 x 11’4
Mediterranean Style –#43742Add to cart
In coastal, temperate regions the moderate climate allows for interior design that blurs the lines between home interiors and the outdoors. This collection of rugs is specifically designed to fit the Mediterranean style home. Patterns inspired by nature and color schemes that enhance the natural light of a room compliment Mediterranean interiors perfectly.
Finest Sari silk ziegler RugSale!
8’11 x 11’11
Finest Sari hand spun of natural wool and silk#28541Add to cart
This classic Soumak was woven with classical traditional motifs and designs and is beautiful with it’s tribal influence. The amazing art of carpet weaving has been passed down for generations and is very complex. The most familiar weave is from the region of Caucasus, where a tight, flat weave is used; Often bags and blankets were made in this way as well.
12 x 18
European Sino 29310Sale!
3’9 x 5’10
Finest European sino hand made of natural wool and dyes. With beautiful vibrant colors and floral design#29310Add to cart
Fine Ziegler & Co. Hand Knotted Heriz Oriental RugSale!
11’9 x 14’9
Fine Ziegler & Co. Hand Knotted Heriz Oriental Rug
Such rugs as a fine ziegelr & co Heriz are produced in the village of the same name in the slopes of Mount Sabalan. Heriz carpets are durable and hard-wearing and they can last for generations.#43546Add to cart
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.
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.#29240Add to cart
Natural Bamboo SilkSale!
Natural bamboo silk hand made of natural silk#28770Add to cart
Ziegler & Co Modern 28764Sale!
Ziegler & Co. were a Manchester–based Anglo-Swiss producer and distributor of Persian carpets in the late nineteenth and the early twentieth centuries.#28764Add to cart
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