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Persian Rugs

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BC: Designed by: Fatemeh Banan

FC: Persian Rugs

1: Persian Rugs are famous for the unique beauty, durability and amazing patterns and colors. Carpet-weaving is undoubtedly one of the most distinguished manifestations of Persian culture and art, it dates back to ancient Persia, 5th century BC. The weaving of pile rugs is a difficult and tedious process which, depending on the quality and size of the rug, may take anywhere from a few months to several years to complete. Wool is the most common material for carpets but cotton is frequently used. Silk carpets are less common than wool carpets since silk is more expensive and less durable.The major classical centers of carpet production in Persia are in Tabriz, Shiraz, Hamedan, Qum, Herat and Kerman

3: South Persia Qashqai Semi- antique Over 50 years old Wool- 5x7

5: Farahan Sarouk Antique Over 100 years old Wool- 5x7

7: Shiravan Semi Antique Rug Wool- 3x5

9: Qum Antique Prayer Rugs Wool & Silk

11: Seyrafian- Isfahan Signed Semi-Antique Wool- 5x8

13: Malayer Very old rug Wool & Cotton- 3x5

15: Tabriz- Harris Runners 30 years old Wool & Cotton

17: Tabriz Unique Oval Rug 100% Silk

19: Qum Unique fine rug 100% Silk- 2x3

21: South Persia Villages Doormat Rugs Wool- 1x1.5

23: Shiraz Couch & Chair covered by Persian Kilim

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