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  • Vintage Persian Senneh | Rugs & More | Oriental CarpetsCarpets

    Vintage Persian Senneh

    This Vintage Persian Senneh is prized for it’s particularly unique weave. These rugs are found with an attractive all over pattern of smaller shapes woven to be precise and crisp.  Paired with bright yet soft colors, these elements come together to create a perfect accent rug. The most valuable Sennehs are found to date back to the mid 1800’s; which can be described as the golden age of oriental carpet production. Antique Senneh carpets are tastefully hued and attractively composed artifacts of an era that is known for unmatchable quality and craftsmanship that is highly sought after today.

    3’1×4’11

    #32487
  • Antique Turkish Kelim | Rugs & More | Oriental Carpets 1 77

    Antique Turkish Kelim

    This is a  1950’s Antique Turkish Kelim from eastern central Anatolia, Turkey. This colorful, reversible and long-lasting rug is well known for the splendid arrangement of colors and patterns. Antique kilim rugs are hand-woven using wool and cotton. Find one of our resplendent kelims to brighten up your floor or your wall.

    3’2×11

    #32488
  • Heriz Rug Oriental Carpets | Santa Barbara Design Center 32486

    Heriz Rug

    This antique Heriz rug is named after the largest town in the mountainous area of northwest Persia. It is said that Tabriz merchants who wanted room size carpets for export asked weavers to make rugs modeled after scraps of fabric. The result is the Heriz carpet, which is an stunning hybrid of rustic village weaving along with a rich grand Persian court piece.

    7’1×8’8

    #32486
  • Silk Vintage Uzbek Design Santa Barbara Design Center | Rugs and More | Oriental Carpets 32482

    Fine Silk Uzbek

    Fine Silk Uzbek

    This is an Fine Silk Uzbek, woven in Uzbekistan. This brightly colored carpet will bring a splash of vibrancy to your living space whether your home is modern or bohemian. These carpets have been celebrated for years and are known worldwide for their durability, softness and fineness.

    5×7’2

     

    #32482
  • Silk Vintage Uzbek Design Santa Barbara Design Center | Rugs and More | Oriental Carpets 32482

    Fine Silk Uzbek

    Fine Silk Uzbek

    This is an Fine Silk Uzbek, woven in Uzbekistan. This brightly colored carpet will bring a splash of vibrancy to your living space whether your home is modern or bohemian. These carpets have been celebrated for years and are known worldwide for their durability, softness and fineness.

    3×5

     

    3×5

     

    #32483
  • Persian Tabriz Runner Design Santa Barbara Design Center | Rugs and More | Oriental Carpets 32484

    Persian Tabriz Runner

    Persian Tabriz runner rugs have been long sought after by collectors. They are one of the finest groups of Persian rugs to have been produced.  The Tabriz are among the most beautiful and most desirable of antique Persian rugs. The fine execution of design, careful rendering of pattern and balanced use of color define the typical Tabriz work.

    2’8×6’7

    #32484
  • kazak Pak Design Santa Barbara Design Center | Rugs and More | Oriental Carpets 32485

    Kazak Pak

    This is a fascinating Kazak Pak is woven on a wool foundation with natural dyes. Kazak rugs have always been a symbol of luxury, status, warmth and comfort.

    2×3’1

    #32485
  • Finest Handspun Natural Silk Custom Carpet | Rugs & More|

    Finest Handspun Natural Silk Custom Carpet

    This Finest Handspun Natural Silk Custom Carpet was originally custom made for a Spanish royal family. This beautiful soft silk carpet is nothing short of elegant and tasteful. The hand woven modern design symmetrical and light in color. This design will flow easily with any home decor.

    11’9×17

    #32440
  • Silk Hereke | Rugs and More | Santa Barbara Design Center

    Silk Hereke

    Fine Antique Silk 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.

    9’2×12’1

    #32445
  • 2nd Half 19th C. Antique Navajo Silk | Rugs & More | Oriental Carpets

    2nd Half 19th C. Antique Navajo

    2nd Half 19th C. Antique Navajo with lovely all-natural dyed coloring. Navajo textiles are highly regarded and have been sought after as trade items for over 150 years. Navajo textiles were originally utilitarian blankets for use as cloaks, dresses, saddle blankets, and similar purposes. Hand-spun wool from sheep animals was the main source of yarn for Navajo blankets until the 1860s. This Rare blanket is a great conversation starter that your guests will be curious about.

    3’3×4’11

    #32444
  • Modern Indian Kelim | Rugs and More | Santa Barbara Design Center

    Modern Indian Kelim

    These Modern Indian Kelim carpets come in a variety of patterns and colors that all have a rich history. The patterns are mostly rectangular or flowery with pointed features. These colorful and vibrant carpets will go with either a modern or transitional home. Put this colorful carpet in your entry way to brighten up your guests arrival.

    4×5’11

    #32443
  • Swedish Patterned Textile | Rugs & More | Oriental Carpets| Santa Barbara

    Swedish Patterned Textile

    Swedish Textile 1950 Circa is made of wool with cotton foundation. Featuring unique designs and vibrant colors like red, blue, and yellow.

    1’7×4’9

    #27878
  • Vintage Turkish Kelim Prayer rug

    Vintage Turkish Kelim Prayer rug

    These 1950’s Vintage Turkish Kelim Prayer rug is from eastern central Anatolia, Turkey. These colorful, reversible and long-lasting rugs are collected for their splendid arrangement of colors and patterns. Antique kilim rugs are hand-woven using wool and cotton with an extra backing added for support.

    3’3×6

    #32442
  • Antique Navajo Rug Santa Barbara Design Center Rugs

    Antique Navajo Rug

    Hand-spun wool from sheep animals was the main source of yarn for Navajo blankets until the 1860s.

    2’5×5

    #32441
  • Knight and Horse Tapestry | Rugs and More | Santa Barbara Design

    Knight and Horse Tapestry

    This antique Knight and Horse Tapestry is a perfect way to introduce historical style into your living space. This antique conversation starter is still full of vibrant colors and intricate designs. Tapestries like this one is of utmost beauty and full of life. Tapestries of this caliber were used to drape on castle walls to warm rooms.

    4’8×4’6

    #32423
  • Vintage Dhurrie

    Dhurries are flat-woven rugs, comparable in texture to kilims, which first originated in India and surrounding areas. These rugs are considered historical forms of art. Dhurries would have been found in both royal homes and commoner abodes alike.  It was about the mid-1900’s that these carpets gained popularity worldwide.

    5’6×7’5

    #32420
  • Antique French Aubusson

    This Antique French Aubusson is a wonderful way to incorporate history and art into your home. In the 17th century French Rug designers developed the art of weaving rugs with depth perspective. This technique is very difficult and is one of a kind that is not found elsewhere. Today, the only rugs found with three dimensional patterns are Aubusson, Savonnerie and Needlepoints

    7’7×8’5

    #32422
  • Vintage Tribal Kazak

    Vintage Tribal Kazak

    This is a fascinating Vintage Tribal Kazak on a wool foundation with natural dyes. Kazak rugs have always been a symbol of luxury, status, warmth and comfort.

    4’10×10’6

    #27809
  • Antique Hereke | Rugs and More | Santa Barbara Design Center

    Antique Silk Hereke

    Fine Antique Silk 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.

    6’8×9’2

    #32421
  • Shirvan Prayer Rug | Rugs and More | Santa Barbara Design Center

    Shirvan Prayer Rug

    This Shirvan Prayer rug is one of those rare carpets that collectors and rug enthusiasts alike will appreciate. The dimensions are unusual due to it’s almost square shape; unlike most prayer rugs that are typically rectangle. This is woven with a goat hair foundation and spots of camel hair. These rich, bright colors of teal, citrus green and jewel sapphire are surprising and attention absorbing.

    4’2×3’10

    #32419
  • Indian Kelim | Rugs and More | Santa Barbara Design Center

    Indian Kelim

    Indian Kelim carpets come in a variety of patterns and colors. The patterns are mostly rectangular or flowery with pointed features which have to do with the weaving technique used. There is currently a high demand for Kelims as they are ideally suited in stylish, minimalist environments.

    2×4’11

    #32409
  • Antique Native Navajo | Rugs and More | Santa Barbara Design Center 32408

    Antique Native Navajo

    Antique Native Navajo Rug with lovely all-natural dyed coloring. Navajo textiles are highly regarded and have been sought after as trade items for over 150 years. Navajo textiles were originally utilitarian blankets for use as cloaks, dresses, saddle blankets, and similar purposes. Hand-spun wool from sheep animals was the main source of yarn for Navajo blankets until the 1860s.

    3’8×6’10

    #32408
  • Puma Punku Blanket | Rugs & More | Oriental Carpets| Santa Barbara

    Puma Punku Blanket

    This Puma Punku blanket is a very unusual weaving that features the god of Puma. Designs like this are typically found in Peru among other historical tribal weavings.

    5’9×6’1

    #32407
  • Navajo Transitional Native American Rugs & More Oriental Carpets 32410

    Navajo Transitional Native American

    This Navajo Transitional Native American blanket has an unusual orange hue with one blue arrow. These beautiful copper and maroon colors will add a lovely splash of color to your living room.

    3’2×4’4

    #32410
  • Scenic tapestry | Rugs and More | Santa Barbara Design

    Scenic tapestry

    This Scenic tapestry is of utmost beauty and full of life. As most of the European Tapestries used to be draped on the walls of castles for their shear importance and heritage, this one is also full of fine intricate details

    5’10×4’4

    #32405
  • Antique Shirvan rugs and more oriental carpet 31535-

    Antique Shirvan

    This lovely antique Shirvan rug is a stunning example of masterful color and design. There is fascinating repetition in colors that is considered rare and valuable.

    Size:3’9 x 5’4

    #31535
  • Jute runner | Rugs & More| Santa Barbara Design Center

    Natural Jute

    This natural jute is handspun with soft and durable with 100 percent natural jute fiber.

    3’3×12’3

     

     

    #32388
  • Fine Khotan | Rugs & More| Santa Barbara Design Center

    Fine Khotan

    The vast majority of the rugs which were woven in the city of Khotan have a style that is highly sought after by collectors.

    6’3×12’2

     

     

    #27794
  • Sino Kashan | Rugs & More | Oriental Carpets| Santa barbara

    Sino Kashan

    Sino Kashan rugs feature an elongated central medallion with a fully-covered field and corner curvaceous vines. The colors tend to be bright, with fields of blue, red and ivory.

    6×18

    #27792
  • Antique Needlepoint Tapestry | Rugs & More | Oriental Carpets

    Antique Tapestry

    This beautiful scene was hand crafted by needlepoint. Tapestries have many uses for your home, they can be used as wall hangings, floor coverings, and chest draperies.

    3’11×9’7

    #32382

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