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Ziegler & Co Sultanabad
Ziegler & Co Sultanabad is extremely desirable in the modern marketplace. The popularity of Sultanabad rugs go back to the mid-19th century. Ziegler & Co Original Sultanabad is extremely desirable in the modern marketplace. The popularity of Sultanabad rugs go back to the mid-19th century. Collectable and quality carpets Sultanabad carpets are prized worldwide for their durability, design and rarity. We are proud to offer the finest carpets found in the market today. Sultanabad carpets are made with moderate weave and thicker pile ensuring their lifespan to over a 100 years. The reputation of Sultanabad’s are highly esteemed with the oldest ones being from the 19thcentury. They appeal to both interior designers and collectors. The asymmetrical arranged blossoms are what make rugs like this distinguished from the rest.
12’2 x 15’2#29251
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.#43546
Unusual Ivory FarahanSale!
This unusual Ivory Farahan has a delicacy of design, which is relatively tightly woven with fine details. This carpet is named after he city of Farahan, which is located in west central Iran, and is known for it’s exquisite late 19thcentury rugs. Many Farahan carpets have geometric patterns, but some curvaceous lines are found to be woven in this region as well. These quality collectable carpets are usually divided into two main types: an endless repeat pattern or a medallion layout. Your home will forever change once it hosts one of these beautiful works of art, which you will enjoy for generations to come.
12’1 x 17’6
Fine Montecito Usak Rug 44426Sale!
11’9 x 14’9
Fine Montecito Usak rug a great masterpieces of early Turkish carpet weaving from the fifteenth to the seventeenth centuries#44426
Finest Turkish Angora OushakSale!
11’1 x 15’9
Finest Turkish Angora Oushak carpet such as this one 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.#43549
Ziegler Fine Farahan RugSale!
This unusual Ziegler Fine Farahan Rug has a delicacy of design that is rare and eye catching. This carpet is named after he city of Farahan which is known for it’s exquisite late 19thcentury rugs. Many Farahan carpets have geometric patterns, but are also found with natural curved designs much like the curling branches of a tree or vines. These quality collectable carpets often have the coloration of rich yet soft hues, with emphasis on terracotta reds, delicate blues and greens, and pastel apricots and yellows.
12 x 14’6#43548
Finest Ziegler & Co. KhotanSale!
Finest Ziegler & Co. Khotan made of natural wool and dyes. The city of Khotan has an ancient crafting culture that includes both silk and carpet weaving. Rugs from the city of Khotan depict an abundance of cultural and stylistic influences. The vast majority of the rugs which were woven in the city of Khotan have a style that is highly sought after by collectors.
13 x 16
Ziegelr & co OushakSale!
Ziegler & Co Antique Oushak is hand crafted with beautiful floral designs. The Ziegler’s overall aesthetic is one of diverse finesse and sophistication. Oushak Oriental Carpets are very important when it comes to the heritage of Turkish inhabitants. Each carpet from this era reflects the values of the time period in which they were woven. The weaving techniques, dyes used, and patterns incorporated all have their own time stamp attributed to them. These lighter colors will bring vibrancy and life to your home. These Ziegler and Co. Oushak carpets are rare and unique treasures that are sought after by collectors worldwide.
12 x 15
Royal Polonaise 29139Sale!
11’7 x 15
17th Century Silk Polonaise Rug – “Rugs rich with silk and gold” were reworked upon by western 17th Century visitors to the Esfahan bazaar, and this piece is exactly what they marveled at. The name “polonaise” (polish) is a misnomer, a 19th century mistaken attribution based on a number appearing from Polish noble collections.#29139
Natural Organic 28782Sale!
Finest Natural organic handmade rug of natural wool#28782
Ziegler & Co Khotan 28786Sale!
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.#28786
Ziegler & Co. Natural 28792Sale!
12’2 x 15’4
Ziegler & co natural hand-spun wool and silk#28792
Fine Natural Modern 28791Sale!
Finest natural Oasis modern rug#28791
Ziegler & Co. Natural 28789Sale!
Patterns inspired by nature and color schemes that enhance the natural light of a room compliment Mediterranean interiors perfectly.#28789
Fine Tibetan 28879Sale!
Tibetans use rugs for many purposes ranging from flooring to wall hanging to horse saddles, though the most common use is as a seating carpet.#28879
Ziegler & Co Finest SerapiSale!
A very rare Ziegler & Co Finest Serapi dating from the 1870’s. The Heriz influences can be noticed in the tribal motifs in use on both the medallion and the field. The geometric patterns in the inset are fantastically woven, and the use of camelhair provides a wonderfully luxurious air to the rug. Our Fine tribal Serapi collection includes the most rare and desirable room size decorative carpets found in the market today.
12’3″ x 14’7″#43551
Finest hand spun Ziegler & co Oushak. These extremely rare design concepts continued through the 17th and 18th centuries evolving in drawing and weave. The Turkish community revered carpet weaving as one of the highest forms of art. The court weavers of that time had tremendous resources at their disposal. What came forth were designs of the utmost beauty and magnificence that would reflect the power and refinement of the Ottoman Empire.
Turkish design traditions held that all designs were endless in the eyes of God, It was believed an artist’s work was capturing only a small portion of the complicated designs. The vast beauty of these carpets was appreciated by the rulers of the East and even more so by the noble and aristocratic classes of Europe. Beginning in the early 16th century, Oushak Medallion carpets were featured in European portraits to signify the wealth, stature and taste.#28360
White Natural HempSale!
12 x 15’2
Natural Woven Hemp rug made with all wool.#28370
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15’9 x 13
Finest Antique Sultanabad made with all natural dyes#28331
Rare Antique Mughal
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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. This is a fine hand knotted natural dyed rug.#28290
Flat Weave Moroccan 27919Sale!
The playful texture on this modern Moroccan rug is a great way to bring a timeless contemporary look into your every day home decor. Though their earliest existence only dates back to the mid-nineteenth century, these pieces have withstood the test of time and have earned their social status with the ever-changing interior design world. The Moroccan rugs have become “the rug of choice” for many interior designers as well as private consumers.
12’3 x 15’3
Finest Moroccan hand made of natural wool#27920
Finest Classic sickle leaf rugSale!
This one of a kind Finest Classic sickle leaf rug. These carpets are known for their longevity and durability, It has been knotted using craftsmanship techniques by expert weavers- following closely to Persian traditional techniques. This fine oriental rug will last you many years to come.
11’10 x 14’9#27729
Finest Ziegler from siegmondSale!
11’8 x 14’9
Finest Ziegler from siegmond freud#27727
Ziegler & Co. Usak RugSale!
A classic Oushak design with updated colors to fit new interiors. Hand made of the finest wool, this is an heirloom of the future.
11’7″ x 14’8″#43515
Ziegler & Co. Fine Sultanabad RugSale!
Ziegler & Co. Sultanabad carpets are among some of the most sought after weavings from persian towns. They have a strong pull for both connoisseurs and Interior designers. Due to their casual and shockingly contemporary designs, designers consider these rugs for their decor options. These Sultanabads are extremely difficult to find in an international market.In 1883 Ziegler & Company established itself as the first to master Sultanabad rugs for the larger rooms and different color palette needs of the western world. That has continued to today, and this masterwork is a prime example of how Ziegler has perfected the melding of classical designs and master weaving to produce only the finest art for the floor.
12’10” x 14’9″#43514
Zeigler & Co. Fine Usak RugSale!
Ziegler & Company have long been the masters of melding classic Zeigler & Co. Fine Usak Rug with unique scale patterns along with soft and decorative coloration make these rugs extremely sought after by the trend-setters and taste-makers in the interior design trade. rugs with masterful weaving and a color palette to exemplify rugs as floor art. The all-over design and warm earth tones make this rug perfect for Mediterranean and coastal homes.
12′ x 14’10”#43513
Ziegler & Company Usak RugSale!
These extremely rare design concepts on this Ziegler & Company Usak Rug continued through the 17th and 18th centuries evolving in drawing and weave. The Turkish community revered carpet weaving as one of the highest forms of art. The court weavers of that time had tremendous resources at their disposal. What came forth were designs of the utmost beauty and magnificence that would reflect the power and refinement of the Ottoman Empire.
Turkish design traditions held that all designs were endless in the eyes of God, It was believed an artist’s work was capturing only a small portion of the complicated designs. The vast beauty of these carpets was appreciated by the rulers of the East and even more so by the noble and aristocratic classes of Europe. Beginning in the early 16th century, Oushak Medallion carpets were featured in European portraits to signify the wealth, stature and taste.
12′ x 15#43510
In Persia, Kashan was a center of silk production and, as the largest city in the northwest, a major stop on every trade route. Kashan’s weaving produced some of the most desirable and best classical Persian rugs. This is a great example of an all-over design. Kashan rugs come from the historical city in Iran. The original Kashan dates back to the 17thCentury in royal workshops. Kashan rugs are usually made of tightly woven cotton and often show bright colors dyed by vegetable dyes.
12′ x 15′#43509
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