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  • 56634 PERSIAN TABRIZ

    Named after the Iranian city of Tabriz, this rug is characterized by curvilinear patterns. They may contain a variety of patterns. However, the majority are formal and characterized by a large central medallion. The quality varies, usually with reds, blues, green and ivory predominating. However, in newer carpets, many other colors are used. The texture is usually a soft wool with a thin tight pile averaging 350 to 842 knots per square inch. 100% fine silk & wool all natural dyes on silk or cotton foundation.

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL

  • 55947 STAR SERAPI

    Originally produced in the Iranian province of Eastern Azerbaijan, the Serapi is well known for its strength and usability, due to its tight and compressed weave. These tribal designs are created from natural wool colors as well. Similar to a Heriz, they are finely woven with 120 knots or more per square inch. Made with 100% natural handspun wool.

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL

  • 56174 JALILI VINTAGE

    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  handspun wool .

    MATERIAL:                     WOOL & SILK

  • 56231 ANATOLIAN 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 finely 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.

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL

  • 56171 JALILI VINTAGE

    It was the Mamlouk 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. Jalili Mamlouk carpets are characterized not only by their distinctive designs, but also by their lustrous wool, fine weave and soft, closely valued coloration.

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL

  • 56172 JALILI VINTAGE

    It was the Mamlouk 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. Jalili Mamlouk carpets are characterized not only by their distinctive designs, but also by their lustrous wool, fine weave and soft, closely valued coloration.

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL

  • 56173 JALILI VINTAGE

    It was the Mamlouk 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. Jalili Mamlouk carpets are characterized not only by their distinctive designs, but also by their lustrous wool, fine weave and soft, closely valued coloration.

    MATERIAL:                         PURE WOOL

  • 55848 Haji Jalili area rug

    55848 HAJI 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 of carpets woven in Persia and Pakistan. 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% handspun wool on a cotton foundation.

     
  • 55103 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.

     
  • 55103 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.