The dark navy 3×15 hereke turkish semi antique runner rug is the epitome of late 19th- and early 20th-century Turkish rugs. Hereke is near Istanbul on Turkey’s shore. This Turkish city makes world-class carpets.
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.
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.
This stunning dark-navy 4×6 oushak turkish semi antique area rug dates back over a thousand years. Change the size and number of knots to alter the weave. Before purchasing a rug, examine how the knots are tied. If you don’t tie a rug correctly, it will wear out faster.
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.