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.
The ancient city of Zanjan, the capital of the Zanjan Province in northwest Iran, is where these rugs first appeared. The city is famous for its fantastic, high-quality Persian tribal rugs. It is a major stop along Iran’s Silk Routes. Completely handmade by nomadic tribes in the mountains of northern Iran. The geometric patterns and vivid, exotic colors that characterize this dark-navy 4×15 zanjan persian antique runner rug have made it a popular choice. The primary colors of this rug are Black, Ivory, Red, Navy, Blue, Brick Red, Beige, Maroon, and Steel Blue.
The first place these rugs were seen was in the old city of Zanjan, which is now the capital of the Zanjan Province in northwest Iran. People know the city for its beautiful, high-quality Persian tribal rugs. It is a very important stop on Iran’s Silk Roads.
Nomadic tribes in the mountains of northern Iran made the whole thing by hand. Thisdark-navy 4×6 zanjan persian antique area rug is popular because of its geometric shapes and bright, exotic colors. This rug has Maroon Red, Navy Blue, Light Pink, Cornsilk White, Brown, and Light Green as its main colors.
Natural dyes are mainly used for coloring the rugs, and our grey 4×10 sarab persian antique runner rug is no exception. These rugs are generally sturdy and hardwearing and still use the brilliant weaving techniques they used thousands of years ago.
The Hamadan weave is known as “Sennah Baft,” and it features a single weft. Here, the warps are slinky while the wefts are rigid. You can tell that the wefts are more substantial than the warps from the sketch.
Our orange 3×11 malayer persian antique runner rug is woven with an abundance of high-quality wool into its sturdy frames. Brick Orange, Ivory, Navy Blue, Olive Green, Beige, Brown, and Peach are the primary colors.
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.
The pile of these rugs is thick, lustrous wool, handspun from local sheep. Cotton is the material of choice for the foundation because it is very strong. Natural dyes are mainly used for coloring the rugs, and our red 4×8 sarab persian rug is no exception.
Oriental and Turkish rugs are always brought up in conversations about exotic Oriental artifacts because of their one-of-a-kind design and expert craftsmanship. Even though all Persian rugs are beautiful, the Shirahz style carpets like our red 6×9 shirahz antique persian area rug, stand out as some of the most exquisite in the world. The primary colors of this rug are Orange/Red, Beige, and Blue.
This red 8×11 khoye style antique persian area rug is distinguished by the presence of a medallion design in the middle of a field. The perimeter of the rug features a floral design that is repeated throughout