Indulge in the timeless elegance of this 10×14 Sultanabad rug from India. Crafted with a 100% wool pile and cotton foundation, and in excellent condition, it showcases captivating colors of carmine red, cerulean blue, dark amber yellow, brown, peacock, and copper brown. This rug is a remarkable piece of history that adds cultural heritage and sophistication to your home.
A beige light green 5×7 kayseri oriental area rug’s warp, weft foundation, and pile are all made of wool. Wool that is both short and of high quality. They are similar to Turkish, Tabriz, and Isfahan kilims.
The Mahal rug, one of the newest rugs to hit the market, is another great addition to the family of Oriental rugs. This Brown 7×10 Mahal-style Oriental Antique Area Rug is a work of art in its own right, teetering on the edge of becoming extraordinarily colorful and illustrative. The main colors of this rug are Light Brown, Grey, Ivory, Sienna, Black, Wheat, and SaddleBrown.
Knot density in a dark navy 3×4 azerbaijan oriental area rug ranges from 40kpi to 100kpi. Coarser knotting complements these rugs’ looser designs and styles. These carpets are resilient and resistant. This is made possible by twisted wool yarn on a cotton warp.
A green lvory white 5×7 keysari oriental area rug’s warp, weft foundation, and pile are all made of wool. Wool that is both short and of high quality. They are similar to Turkish, Tabriz, and Isfahan kilims.
The knot density in a Heriz rug like this heriz azerbaijan antique oriental area rug 7×9 ranges from about 40kpi to about 100kpi. (Although occasionally finer knotting silk Heriz carpets were manufactured.) The coarser knotting enhances the looser designs and styles of these carpets. Heriz (Heris) style rugs are typically larger, more durable, and more resistant. The knotted wool yarn pile on a cotton warp makes this possible.
Certain designs, hues, and fabrics are telltale signs of lvory white 12×19 chinese oriental area rug. The Khotan rug design, for instance, is well-known for its elaborate borders, striking medallions, and prominent patterns
An lvory white 5×9 keysari oriental area rug has a wool warp, weft foundation, and wool pile. Short-cut, high-quality wool. They resemble Turkish kilims, Tabriz, and Isfahan. Hand-knotted, hand-spun wool carpets were colored with natural carpet dyes
multi color semi antique 7×11 keysari oriental area rug are all made of wool. Wool that is both short and good. They look like kilims from Turkey, Tabriz, and Isfahan. Wool rugs that were hand-knotted and hand-spun were colored with natural dyes. The old Keyseri rugs stand out among Turkish carpets
Huge central stepping medallions with corner motifs or designs made entirely of stylized floral patterns are common. Most things are unique. Colors are varied, and the pile is thick. Older carpets have indigo-heavy medallions on madder. In more expensive carpets, the design is divided from the main field by two contrasting lines. Our Beauty Pink 5×10 Azerbaijan Oriental Area Rug has the primary colors of Pink, Green, and Blue.
A red 4×10 azerbaijan antique runner area rug has knot density ranging from 40kpi to 100kpi. Coarser knotting complements the looser designs and styles of these rugs. These carpets are tough and resistant. Twisted wool yarn on a cotton warp allows for this.
The entire Mahal series of antique carpets, including our red 4×5 mahal style semi antique oriental area rug, feature all-over patterns of spaciously positioned big flower motifs delicately arranged over a gorgeous backdrop.