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  • 55844 hamna collection area rug

    55844 HAMNA COLLECTION

    Originally woven in Afghanistan by nomadic tribes, the main characteristics of the Hamn collection is that they are predominantly geometric. Similar to the Turkmen rug, it is distinctive, featuring specific characteristics such as the striking red to reddish-brown background and the octagonal sun motif in different variations. Constructed with 100% wool on a wool foundation.

  • 55794 LORI GABBEH

    The word Gabbeh is translated as “long pile carpet” or “fringe”. This modern tribal designed rug was originated by the nomads of southern Iran, Pakistan and India. The Artsy Rugs Lori Gabbeh has a much shorter pile than traditional gabbehs and depicts geometric human or animal patterns or stripes. It boasts incredibly lustrous soft wool and cultural authenticity, which makes them highly desirable to designers and collectors. These unique tribal rugs are exciting with their rich and jewel tone colors and made with 100% handspun wool and natural dyes on a cotton foundation.

     
  • 55730 ROYAL KAZAK

    Caucasian influenced designs, the tribal Kazak was originated by the people of Armenia and Afghanistan. Usually distinct geometric patterns in red, gold, cream and blues, the designs often include medallions, animals and flowers. These luxurious rugs, once considered a symbol of status, were placed in churches, and palaces of the elite class. These highly aesthetic, durable rugs have been prized for their rugged authenticity and highly saturated color tones. The Royal Kazak presents a denser knot count than the standard traditional Kazak. 100% handspan wool on a cotton foundation.

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  • 55707 MONO COLOUR

    The Mono Color rugs have been designed exclusively for Artsy rugs. They encompass the classical styling of a traditional rug with two or three colors versus a large palette of colors. This creates a very soft and contemporary feel to the rug. Designers and homeowners love the design of the mono color rug as it brings harmony to any room. Made with100% handspun wool on a cotton foundation.

     
  • 55694 BAKHTIARI

    One of the more unusual and intriguing styles of Persian rugs is the Bakhtiari due to the fact that it encompasses both nomadic tribal as well as Persian design. High quality wool, rich color and beautifully articulated design characterize the Bakhtiari rug. Made with 100% fine wool on a cotton foundation.

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  • 55603 SILK ISFAHAN

    Going back to the Safavid times in the seventeenth century, Isfahan rugs are said to be the some of the best rugs ever made. Persia’s best designs including dramatic vine scrolls and design elements from the city’s famous buildings are within the designs. Ranging from 120 to 842 knot count, these knotted rugs from India are prized for their soft wool and very tight pile. Woven with 100% fine silk on a silk foundation.

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  • 55104 USMANIA

    Made by the Turkomen nomads, these tribal rug designs have remained mostly unchanged for centuries. These 100 knot per inch rugs exhibit a beautiful depth of color and repeating designs, mostly geometric with red or burgundy being the predominant color. Made with 100% wool on a cotton foundation.

  • 55105 USMANIA

    Made by the Turkomen nomads, these tribal rug designs have remained mostly unchanged for centuries. These 100 knot per inch rugs exhibit a beautiful depth of color and repeating designs, mostly geometric with red or burgundy being the predominant color. Made with 100% wool on a cotton foundation.

  • 55390 KAZAK

    Caucasian influenced designs, the tribal Kazak was originated by the people of Armenia and Afghanistan. Usually distinct geometric patterns in red, gold, cream and blues, the designs often include medallions, animals and flowers. These luxurious rugs, once considered a symbol of status, were placed in churches, and palaces of the elite class. These highly aesthetic, durable rugs have been prized for their rugged authenticity and highly saturated color tones.

  • 55416 HEREKE INDO

    The Hereke rug is a high quality and large size rug originally produced in the former Ottoman Empire. It is characterized with unique patterns, double Turkish knot and exquisite color combinations. These highly collectible rugs are still made today in other countries with Ottoman and Anatolian influences. 100% wool on a cotton foundation.

  • 55415 HEREKE INDO

    The Hereke rug is a high quality and large size rug originally produced in the former Ottoman Empire. It is characterized with unique patterns, double Turkish knot and exquisite color combinations. These highly collectible rugs are still made today in other countries with Ottoman and Anatolian influences. 100% wool on a cotton foundation.

  • 55410 HEREKE INDO

    The Hereke rug is a high quality and large size rug originally produced in the former Ottoman Empire. It is characterized with unique patterns, double Turkish knot and exquisite color combinations. These highly collectible rugs are still made today in other countries with Ottoman and Anatolian influences. 100% wool on a cotton foundation.