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  • 55209 FARAHAN

    Named after a village located in west central Iran, these mostly geometric patterned rugs are characterized by an all-over or repeating pattern or a medallion layout in classic Persian design. The Artsy Farahan rug is 100% handspun wool on a cotton foundation with soft, thin wool knotted in an asymmetrical fashion. The vegetable dyed rug is also very durable and holds the viewers attention with its marked beauty.

     
  • 55046 FARAHAN

    Named after a village located in west central Iran, these mostly geometric patterned rugs are characterized by an all-over or repeating pattern or a medallion layout in classic Persian design. The Artsy Farahan rug is 100% handspun wool on a cotton foundation with soft, thin wool knotted in an asymmetrical fashion. The vegetable dyed rug is also very durable and holds the viewers attention with its marked beauty.

     
  • 55091 TABRIZ

    These sophisticated rugs, highly desired by interior designers are influenced by Persian designs. These rugs are distinctive in both pattern and color and known for their silky, luminous wool. Characterized by angular large-scale floral elements, the colors tend to be soft and pastel. 100% handspun wool and natural dyes on a cotton foundation.

     
  • 55147 TABRIZ

    These sophisticated rugs, highly desired by interior designers are influenced by Persian designs. These rugs are distinctive in both pattern and color and known for their silky, luminous wool. Characterized by angular large-scale floral elements, the colors tend to be soft and pastel. 100% handspun wool and natural dyes on a cotton foundation.

     
  • 55185 NATURAL KILIMS

    A word derived from Turkey, this pileless textile is one of several flat weaving techniques related to Turkey, North Africa, the Balkans, the Caucasus, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Central Asia and China. Kilim flatweave designs are made by interweaving the variously colored wefts and warps. Used as floor coverings, hangings, bench coverings, bags, or mule saddles, they are highly diverse. These highly collectable rugs are very popular and less expensive then their pile rug counterparts. 100% wool flatweave.

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  • 33021 IKAT PILLOW

    The Ikat pillow is marriage of 100% pure silk and natural dyes fused together to make a tribal ikat design. This distinctive pattern is produced in many parts of the world from India, Central Asia, Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa and Latin America and has been around for over a century.

  • 55501 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 Kazak. 100% handspan wool on a cotton foundation.

     
  • 33035 IKAT PILLOW

    The Ikat pillow is marriage of pure silk (face of pillow) and natural dyes fused together to make a tribal ikat design. This distinctive pattern is produced in many parts of the world from India, Central Asia, Southeast Asia, Japan, Africa and Latin America and has been around for over a century. This lush pillow has a velvety texture and will surely make a great statement to any room.

  • 55628 OUSHAK

    These sophisticated rugs, highly desired by interior designers are originally named after the small town of Oushak in west central Anatolia, Turkey, the Oushak. Influenced by Persian designs, these coarsely woven rugs are distinctive in both pattern and color and known for their silky, luminous wool. Characterized by angular large-scale floral elements, the colors tend to be soft and pastel. 100% handspun wool and natural dyes on a cotton foundation.

  • 55327 PERSIAN 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 in Persia. In a city of master weavers, inspiration came from Persia’s best achievements including dramatic vine scrolls and design elements from the city’s famous buildings. Ranging from 120 to 842 knot count, these Persian knotted rugs are prized for their soft wool and very tight pile. Woven with 100% fine wool and 100% real silk accents.

     
  • 55062 TABRIZ

    These sophisticated rugs, highly desired by interior designers are influenced by Persian designs. These rugs are distinctive in both pattern and color and known for their silky, luminous wool. Characterized by angular large-scale floral elements, the colors tend to be soft and pastel. 100% handspun wool and natural dyes on a cotton foundation.

     
  • 55336 PAK VINTAGE

    Made in Pakistan, these rugs are made to inspire vintage looks and yet appear highly contemporary at the same time. The Vintage look is soothing to the eye and creates warmth and beauty in any room. Made with 100% handspun wool on a cotton foundation, beauty like this is timeless and is a favorite of many interior designers today.