Carpets & Rugs (Persian)


Mashad Astan Ghods Carpet 789×508  £88,938.00

This carpet is knotted in Mashad the capital in the province of Khorasan, an area in norteastern Persia. The patterns are often medallions in dark blue-red and blue nuances and the wool in the carpet is very soft. The Mashad carpets often resemble some Keshan carpets.


Isfahan Silk Warp Carpet 403×275 £77,643.00

This carpet is knotted in the city of Isfahan in southwestern Persia. The carpet is thought to be the finest of all Persian carpets today. They are characterised by high knot density, extremely detailed patterns and high quality materials. Carpets from Isfahan are to be regarded as excellent craftmanship.


Qum Silk Carpet 485×350  £75,119.00

These carpets are knotted in the holy town of Qum in central Persia. The material used is silk which makes them thin and tight. The carpets are extremly well-made and in some cases very detailed. This kind of carpet shows a fine tradition of knotting silk carpets and is one of the best and newly manufactured carpets.


Iran Qum Jamshidi Carpet 500×340 £75,119.00

These carpets are knotted in the holy town of Qum in central Persia. The material used is silk which makes them thin and tight. The carpets are extremly well-made and in some cases very detailed. This kind of carpet shows a fine tradition of knotting silk carpets and is one of the best and newly manufactured carpets.


Isfahan Silk Warp Carpet 441×313 £72,790.00

This carpet is knotted in the city of Isfahan in southwestern Persia. The carpet is thought to be the finest of all Persian carpets today. They are characterized by high knot density, extremely detailed patterns and high quality materials. Carpets from Isfahan are to be regarded as excellent craftmanship.


Tabriz 50 Raj With Silk Signed Torabi Carpet 665×380  £66,967.00

This carpet is knotted in workshops in the city of Tabriz in northwestern Persia. It is a sturdy durable carpet with a short rough pile. The patterns can consist of a centrally placed medallion surrounded by arabesques, weeping willows and cypresses. Another popular motif is the four seasons, describing the Persian farmers life during spring, summer, autumn and winter.


Bidjar Carpet 725×378 £63,216.00

This carpet is of very high-class and are sometimes referred to as “the iron-carpet of Persia” due to their extreme length of life and durability. The carpet is thick, very tight and is heavy with excellent wool quality. The carpet is knotted with a double-knot and the pattern makes them very easy to place.


Isfahan Silk Warp Signed Salimi Carpet 590×394  £63,085.00

This carpet is knotted in the city of Isfahan in southwestern Persia. The carpet is thought to be the finest of all Persian carpets today. They are characterized by high knot density, extremely detailed patterns and high quality materials. Carpets from Isfahan are to be regarded as excellent craftmanship.


Qum Silk Signed Nezafat Carpet 400×297 £54,253.00

These carpets are knotted in the holy town of Qum in central Persia. The material used is silk which makes them thin and tight. The carpets are extremly well-made and in some cases very detailed. This kind of carpet shows a fine tradition of knotting silk carpets and is one of the best and newly manufactured carpets.


Qum Silk Signed Razavi Carpet 436×340 £54,253.00

These carpets are knotted in the holy town of Qum in central Persia. The material used is silk which makes them thin and tight. The carpets are extremly well-made and in some cases very detailed. This kind of carpet shows a fine tradition of knotting silk carpets and is one of the best and newly manufactured carpets.


Qum Silk Signed Qum Babai Carpet 387×297 £47,556.00

These carpets are knotted in the holy town of Qum in central Persia. The material used is silk which makes them thin and tight. The carpets are extremly well-made and in some cases very detailed. This kind of carpet shows a fine tradition of knotting silk carpets and is one of the best and newly manufactured carpets.


Mashad Signed Soleimani Carpet 409×305  £40,064.00

This carpet is knotted in Mashad the capital in the province of Khorasan, an area in norteastern Persia. The patterns are often medallions in dark blue-red and blue nuances and the wool in the carpet is very soft. The Mashad carpets often resemble some Keshan carpets.


Tabriz 60 Raj Silk Warp Signed Faraji Carpet 490×341 £37,851.00

This carpet is knotted in workshops in the city of Tabriz in northwestern Persia. It is a sturdy durable carpet with a short rough pile. The patterns can consist of a centrally placed medallion surrounded by arabesques, weeping willows and cypresses. Another popular motif is the four seasons, describing the Persian farmers life during spring, summer, autumn and winter.


Tabriz 60 Raj Silk Warp Signed Nezam Carpet 493×343  £37,851.00

This carpet is knotted in workshops in the city of Tabriz in northwestern Persia. It is a sturdy durable carpet with a short rough pile. The patterns can consist of a centrally placed medallion surrounded by arabesques, weeping willows and cypresses. Another popular motif is the four seasons, describing the Persian farmers life during spring, summer, autumn and winter.

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