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  • 56513 NOMADIC FARYAB

    The Nomadic Faryab rug is named after one of the most peaceful provinces in Afghanistan. This northern area near the Turkmenistan border was where Turkoman Aryana weavers had migrated to avoid wars in Turkmenistan. While we call this a Nomadic Faryab rug, we can also distinguish it as a nomadic Turkman style rug with beautiful abrash, handspun wool and natural dyes. These rugs have bold colors and beautiful designs made for the art lover who feels connected to tribal weaves.

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL

  • 56029 ROYAL SHIRVAN

    Caucasian influenced designs, The Royal Shirvan 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 Shirvan presents a denser knot count than the standard traditional Shirvan. 100% handspan wool on a cotton foundation.

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL

  • 55901 PAZYRYK

    Known as the oldest known hand-knotted oriental rug existing today, the Pazyryk rug has famous origins. Discovered in the Altai Mountains of Siberia in 1948, the ancient pazyryk rug was found to be woven in the 5th century BC with royal origins, making it over 2500 years old! Clearly, hand knotted rugs stand the test of time. Although this beautiful rug in our showroom is not 2500 years old, this gorgeous new piece represents the typical artwork of pazyryk rugs. Made with hand-spun wool and natural dyes, the one who purchases this rug will enjoy its rich historical origins as well as its natural beauty. 

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL

     

  • 56397 ARIANA GLOW

    The Persian influenced Ariana rug is exclusive to Artsy rugs in Palo Alto. The designs reflect both curvilinear floral patterns as well as nomadic tribal influences. Natural dyes infuse exquisite natural beauty into these richly colored carpets. Woven with 100% natural handspun wool.

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL

     

  • 56548 SHAHI JALILI

    Named after the master weaver from Marand, Iran during the latter quarter of the 19th century, the Haji Jalili rug is known to be among the finest carpets woven in Persia and Pakistan and Afghanistan. Known for using lighter and softer colors such as ivory, pink, wheat, gold, pale rust and grays, a Haji Jalili rug will elevate the beauty of any room. Usually woven in 250 knots per inch or greater, these designs often have brilliant floral designs with opulent central medallions or intriguing decorative patterns. 100% natural hand-spun wool. 

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL

  • 56665 NOMADIC SHIRVAN

    Caucasian influenced designs, the Nomadic Shirvan 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 Nomadic Shirvan presents a denser knot count than the standard traditional Shirvan. 100% handspan wool on a cotton foundation.

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL

  • 56655 NOMADIC SHIRVAN

    Caucasian influenced designs, the Nomadic Shirvan 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 Nomadic Shirvan presents a denser knot count than the standard traditional Shirvan. 100% handspan wool on a cotton foundation.

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL

  • 56657 NOMADIC SHIRVAN

    Caucasian influenced designs, the Nomadic Shirvan 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 Nomadic Shirvan presents a denser knot count than the standard traditional Shirvan. 100% handspan wool on a cotton foundation.

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL

  • 56652 NOMADIC SHIRVAN

    Caucasian influenced designs, the Nomadic Shirvan 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 Nomadic Shirvan presents a denser knot count than the standard traditional Shirvan. 100% handspan wool on a cotton foundation.

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL

  • 56664 NOMADIC SHIRVAN

    Caucasian influenced designs, the Nomadic Shirvan 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 Nomadic Shirvan presents a denser knot count than the standard traditional Shirvan. 100% handspan wool on a cotton foundation.

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL

  • 56660 NOMADIC SHIRVAN

    Caucasian influenced designs, the Nomadic Shirvan 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 Nomadic Shirvan presents a denser knot count than the standard traditional Shirvan. 100% handspan wool on a cotton foundation.

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL

  • 56662 NOMADIC SHIRVAN

    Caucasian influenced designs, the Nomadic Shirvan 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 Nomadic Shirvan presents a denser knot count than the standard traditional Shirvan. 100% handspan wool on a cotton foundation.

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL