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  • 55231 Shirvan

    55231 SHIRVAN

    The name Shirvan is a place that is now part of modern-day Azerbaijan. Expert dyers and weavers have created designs with symbol-filled medallions, stunning all-over patterns featuring symbols and a latticework of angular floral sprigs. These sought after thin and densely knotted rugs are full of strong colors, powerful symbols and subtle details creating great richness and style. 100% fine handspun wool and natural dyes on a cotton foundation.

     
  • 55242 MAMLOUK

    It was the Mamluk sultans who ruled in Egypt during the 13th to 16th century that commissioned many fine rugs. They were woven with geometric patterns, usually in a thick hand knotted pile of 80 knots per square inch. However, today you may find them in higher knot counts made with natural dyes and 100% handspun wool on a cotton foundation. These striking and unique rugs are well suited for contemporary or traditional interiors. Mamluk carpets are characterized not only by their distinctive designs, but also by their lustrous wool, fine weave and soft, closely valued coloration.

     
  • 55758 RUMI

    The Rumi rug is made EXCLUSIVELY for Artsy Rugs. These mostly geometric and curvelinear patterned rugs are characterized by an all-over or repeating pattern or a medallion layout in classic Persian design. The Artsy Rumi rug is made with 100% handspun wool and natural vegetable dyes on a cotton foundation. This luxurious short pile rug is also very durable and brings attention with its marked beauty.

     
  • 55847 BURJESTA

    The original Burjesta rugs are made from the nomadic tribes of Afghanistan, utilizing a combination of a flatweave techniques and the traditional Senneh knot in their construction. The pile and flatweave construction create a wonderfully unique tribal rug. This nomadic design has traditional symbols in a wonderful one way pattern.

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  • 55846 BURJESTA

    The original Burjesta rugs are made from the nomadic tribes of Afghanistan, utilizing a combination of a flatweave techniques and the traditional Senneh knot in their construction. The pile and flatweave construction create a wonderfully unique tribal rug. This nomadic design has traditional symbols in a wonderful one way pattern.

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  • 55845 hamna collection area rug

    55845 HAMNA COLLECTION

    Originally woven in Afghanistan by nomadic tribes, the main characteristics of the Hamna 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.

     
  • 55790 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 colors and made with 100% handspun wool and natural dyes on a cotton foundation.

     
  • 55788 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.

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  • 55775 KHIVA AZERI

    Like the colorful city it is named after, the Khiva is a uniquely beautiful and bold tribal rug. 100% hand-knotted with handspan wool and natural dyes, Khiva rugs are beautiful in entrance halls, livings rooms and places where warm, rich tones are desired.

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  • 55791 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.

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  • 55793 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.

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  • 55786 JALILI MAMLOUK

    Made in the tradition of Mamlouk rugs with natural dyes and handspun wool, these striking and unique rugs are well suited for contemporary or traditional interiors. The Jalili Mamlouk carpets at Artsy Rugs have the finest weave, finer than most traditional Mamlouk rugs. They are characterized not only by their distinctive designs, but also by their lustrous wool, fine weave and soft, closely valued coloration. Made with 100% handspun wool on a cotton foundation.