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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
Zielger & Co. UsakSale!
12 x 18
These carpets are also extremely desirable because of their colors – which are usually much lighter and “happier” in feel than rugs from other regions. So if you are looking for an antique or vintage rug with a soft colors, theses should top your list.#43497Add to cart
Ziegler & Co Sultanabad 29439Sale!
12 x 18
Sultanabad carpets are distinguished as the highest quality of Mahal productions manufactured in the Arak region.#29439Add to cart
Ziegler & co 29440Sale!
13’1 x 17’9
the popularity of Sultanabad rugs go back to the mid-19th century. These carpets were designed and produced primarily for export to European consumers, as was the case with the Ziegler firm.#29440Add to cart
Ziegler & Co Sultanabad 29438Sale!
13’1 x 17’9
The rugs of Sultanabad are extremely desirable in the modern marketplace. The popularity of Sultanabad rugs go back to the mid-19th century#29438Add to cart
Zielger & co Sultanabad 29348Sale!
12’10 x 18’4#29348Add to cart
This Egyptian Sultanabad carpet is distinguished as the highest quality of carpet manufactured in the Arak region. Vintage Persian Sultanabad carpets date back to the 19thand 20thcentury. Both interior designers and collectors seek these carpets worldwide. The casual and surprisingly contemporary carpets are balanced by their sophisticated yet creative designs. All these traits make it very difficult to find a Sultanabad in today’s international market.Sultanabad rugs and carpets were made in the same area as the earliest Farahans and Sarouks, but they are very different. Ultimately, Sultanabad rugs and carpets share a common classical Persian repertoire of floral motifs, whether they utilize medallion or overall designs of vinescrolls and palmettes.
12 x 18#29254Add to cart
Fine Indian Oushak RugSale!
This Fine Indian Oushak rug is a one of a kind antique vintage rug with a soft natural colors. This Oushak reflects the values of the weaving techniques by the dyes used. The patterns incorporated all have their own time stamp attributed to them. These lighter colors will bring vibrancy and life to your home. These carpets are rare and unique treasures that are sought after by collectors worldwide.
11’9 x 18#43541Add to cart
Rare Antique BidjarSale!
11’6 x 18’6
Bidjar rugs, produced in Northwest Iran are among the finest of Persian rugs by virtue of their design and technique. They cannot be identified readily by their patterns, for their repertoire is quite rich and varied. They are distinguished by primarily by their weave, which is perhaps the densest and most durable of all oriental rugs.#28520Add to cart
Fine Ziegler & Co FarahanSale!
11’9 x 17’2
Fine Ziegler & Co Farahan with beautiful design and vibrant color. Hand made with natural wool & delicacy of design relates closely to the weaving technique of Farahans, which is relatively tight and fine#43495Add to cart
Fine Ziegler & co oushakSale!
12 x 17’7
Although the Oushak rugs are made using less complicated methods, they are extremely decorative in nature. Their larger scale patterns along with their soft and decorative coloration make these rugs extremely sought after by the trend-setters and taste-makers in the interior design trade.#43500Add to cart
Finest Montecito OushakSale!
12’1 x 18
Finest Montecito Oushak with larger 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.#29248Add to cart
Bamboo Silk Tibetan StripeSale!
The finest bamboo silk creates a wonderful texture in your living room. This Modern Landscape Tibetan rug has been transformed from ancient weaving techniques and materials into high-fashion floor coverings for modern lifestyles. Made of natural wool.
12’1 x 15
Finest Ziegler & Co Khotan Soft Color RugSale!
13 x 17’9
A classic motif of East meeting West and this evocative of all the East Turkestan motifs is the pomegranate, signifying prosperity and Wealth. Beautifully faded colors to make a room look bigger and warmer.#43543Add to cart
Ziegler & co Oushak 28615Sale!
12’6 x 17#28615Add to cart
Sonora Natural Weave RugSale!
12’10 x 17’8
perfect for natural light . Beautiful meandering stripes echo the high desert#44400Add to cart
Finest Antique FarahanSale!
12’10 x 19
The best hand woven rugs in history.#43737Add to cart
Fine Ziegler & co OushakSale!
Fine Ziegler & co Oushak 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 17’8
Natural Jute 29208Sale!
12’2 x 18’7
It is hand spun, soft and durable with 100 percent natural jute fiber#29208Add to cart
Ziegler & Co SultanabadSale!
13’10 x 17’5
The rugs of Sultanabad are extremely desirable in the modern marketplace. The popularity of Sultanabad rugs go back to the mid-19th century#43754Add to cart
Bamboo Silk Hand Loom Rug 44406Sale!
12’6 x 17’5
Lush & luxurious weave shines in natural light.#44406Add to cart
Finest Ziegler Oushak Montecito Rug CollectionSale!
13’3 x 17’10
Finest Ziegler Oushak Montecito Rug Collection designed by Micheal Kourosh and woven by Ziegler & Company are decorative, functional and unique in design. They are sought after by successful interior designers and discerning home owners alike. These rugs are desirable as highly decorative pieces of floor art.#44439Add to cart
Finest Ziegler & Co MughalSale!
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. The distinctive and beautifully drawn botanical motifs are not the only elements behind the stylistic richness of Mughal carpets. The empire’s expert dyers contributed to the vibrant, colorful style of these early rugs. 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.
12 x 18’1#29212Add to cart
Named for the famous 19th century master weaver, our Haj Jalili Collection of Tabriz style area rugs is an homage to the richly detailed carpets of this renowned rug maker. Haji Jalili was known worldwide for his talent of creating decadent designs and corresponding color combinations which are in high demand with high end interior designers today. These amazing Tabriz Rugs resurfaced after the 19thCentury. The revival of these carpets proved to be wildly successful. Haji Jalili used distinctive color palettes and designs. He is especially known for mixing lighter colors such as bronze, blues rose and soft ivory. At Santa Barbara Design Center, we have collected a large selection of antique Haj Jalili Tabriz rugs.
10’9 x 18’3#29180Add to cart
11’10 x 17’5
Kilims are generally woven with the slitweave technique. The slit refers to the gap left between two blocks of color.#29179Add to cart
11’9 x 18’1
Mamluk carpets are characterized by a central, dominant octagonal medallion surrounded by a great variety of smaller, geometric motifs. They take their name from the Mamluk dynasties that ruled Egypt from 1250 through 1517. Carpets of this design were produced in Cairo, largely for the southern European luxury trade.#29094Add to cart
12 x 17’9
The name of the master weaver, Hadji Jallili (Haji-Jalili), lives on as perhaps the single most important creator of unique Court design antique carpets of the 19th century.#29097Add to cart
Our Fine Serapi Heriz is considered one of the most desirable of room size decorative carpets found in the market today. These works of art are woven in a distinct style that is found in the Heriz region. The larger scale and spaciously placed designs are what differentiates these carpets from others. For years, Antique Serapis have been the carpet of choice in early American state and federal buildings, including the White House.
11’11 x 18’2
12’1 x 18’4
Mamluk carpets are characterized by their unique weave and fine wool. You will often find an array of smaller, geometric motifs. They take their name from the Mamluk dynasties that ruled Egypt from 1250 through 1517. Carpets of this design were produced in Cairo, largely for the southern European luxury trade. This Mamluk rug is a wonderful representation of a classic 16th century design. The Mamluk Dynasty of Egypt commissioned these rugs to have classical Islamic geometric ornamentation, and many were patterned after the highly detailed tiles produced around that period of time.#29093Add to cart
Serapi Heriz 29099Sale!
12’9 x 20’3
Serapis are to all intents and purposes a particular type or grade of what are called Heriz rugs – more specifically the highest grade in terms of weave, and very probably the oldest type in terms of age. Heriz carpets are generally coarsely woven with as few as 30 knots per square inch.#29099Add to cart
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