The dense, sturdy and beautiful Abadeh carpets are knotted by Kashgai nomads having become permanent residents of the Fars region in Southern Iran. A richly decorated large central hexagon is typical.


Simple, elegant and graceful, all at once… A classic Kirman is easy to spot: a bright red carpet with a dominant central medallion and a wide floral border. The Kirman carpets are often rather large, thanks to the special kind of loom being used.


Saruki are carpets in fine, soft wool with patterns and designs from the western part of Iran.


The Tabriz belongs to the crown jewels of the Persian carpets. The quality ranges from more ordinary carpets to top-notch masterpieces. Only high quality material is used, resulting in robust, sturdy and easy to care for carpets with a short, slightly rough pile. A beautiful hand knotted Tabriz on the floor adds elegance and brings an oriental feeling to the room. This is a utility rug knotted in Tabriz.


The Yalameh carpets from the Isfahan province in Iran are knotted by an Armenian minority living in the area. It differs from most Iranian carpets as both warp and pile are made out of wool. Inspired by the Kaukasian carpets you often find medallions in the shape of diamonds. Strong and deep colours are typical.


Large, sturdy and rustic carpets, often with a big, right-angled medallion in the center, surrounded by large, marked corner ornaments made out of high quality wool. Thanks to their siza and strength Size and strength makes these perfectly carpets suitable for hallways, dining rooms and public spaces.


Kashmar carpets, from the province of Kashmar, are of the highest quality. They mainly display two typical patterns: medallion or garden. Frequent design elements are vases, animals and cypresses (a symbol of the city Keshmar). The wool is of very high quality and the most common colors are blue, terra cotta, rust and sand.


The archetype of the Oriental carpet… A classic Keshan is red or blue (in a saturated hue) with a central medallion surrounded by flowers. The city of Keshan is an old carpet producing center and this is where the famous Arbadil carpet was manufactured in the 1600 century. A sign of the popularity and the classic beauty of the Keshan carpet is how often it has been copied and reproduced, for example in machine made carpets.


The city of Meshad, situated in the province of Khorassan, has played a significant role as a gathering place for carpets from the whole of East Persia. During the 17th century the manufacturing of carpets was resumed in the city under the influence of merchants from Tabriz; clearly visible in the designs, almost always consisting of a medallion with corner ornaments in the blue-red and red nuances that are typical for the city. The wool from this area is easy to recognize since it´s very soft. Both the Senneh- and Ghiordes knots are being used.


Soft, fine and thin… In the small village of Moud, in the north east of Iran, some of the finest oriental carpets are produced. The wool is of the highest quality and they are both thin and tightly knotted. The Persian knot is used and some carpets enhance the pattern with silk details. The most common designs are Moud mahi, a full herati pattern, with or without a sun flower shaped central medallion and Moud Garden, a stylized garden design.

Sarough Mir

Dens and sturdy Sarough carpets, knotted with high quality wool, produced in the village with the same name situated north of Arak. Medallion-motifs, with very detailed flower ornaments are common, as well as Mir carpets, with full repeated Mir-I-Botha motifs. The soft alignment in the Sarough patterns has made them very popular in Europe and European style furnishing for quite some time.


Exclusive, light and elegant… The exquisite Nain carpets are top of the line carpets, tightly knotted, thin and beautifully decorated. The more exclusive carpets are knotted in wool on a silk warp, the even more exclusive in silk only. The Nain carpets are light, often white, with a pattern in cool blue tones. The design and size varies, but a trailing floral pattern is typical. Nain Tabas is a sturdy and durable consuetudinary carpet knotted in slightly thicker wool.


The art of carpet knotting has a long history in Afghanistan. Over the centuries techniques and designs have been refined and even though the roots are old the carpets are contemporary. The designs for instance has become cleaner and more modern. Here you will find thick fine wool carpets of high quality and varying sizes, like  Sultan Ahmad Lahori butterfly Jaldar and  Kahl Mohammadi.


An abundance of roses and baroque bouquets… The fabulous and unique Moldavian carpets promptly bring warmth and coziness to your home.


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