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  • 55754 HEREKE

    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.

     
  • 7761 SILVER LINING MODERN

    Constructed in the age old method of weaving, the modern design is inspired by today’s contemporary architectural and decor influences. As art for your floor, the Artsy Modern rug will transform your home by adding warmth, comfort, color and personality. Meticulously constructed by hand of 100% fine wool on a cotton foundation (some are wool & silk on a cotton foundation), these rugs are sure to inspire interior designers and home decorators.

      
  • 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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  • 55265 INDO SAVANNAH

    Truly a contemporary design to last for years to come, the popular savannah rug is named after the beautiful plains of Africa. With an allover architectural-like pattern, the savannah rug infuses the room with simplicity and yet conveys complexity upon closer viewing. Creates a beautiful look and feel in the room that is both soft and luxurious. 100% wool on a cotton foundation.

     
  • 55457 INDO IKATS

    The Ikat is a distinctive, almost tribal pattern 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. 100% wool on a cotton foundation, these Ikat rugs usually have a knot density of approximately 100 to 150 knots per square inch.

     
  • 55417 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.

  • 55330 PERSIAN NAIN

    Named after a small village, Nains are woven by skilled artisans and thus known for their exquisite appeal due to their use of silk in the foundation and in the pile of many rugs. Usually woven with a central medallion design, the knot count is high starting at 800 knots per square inch. The pile is most often made with soft wool making a distinctive use of ivory silk to outline the various forms of the design.

  • 55589 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 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. The Silk Isfahan is comprised of 100% natural silk on a silk foundation and very tight pile. At Artsy rugs, the Silk Isfahan is one of our specialties, some being made in Turkey and India as well as Iran, with Persian and Turkish Hereke designs used.