KAIA Persian Qum Kork Runner 155x60cm
65978Regular price £600.00 Save £-600.00
Qum Kork rugs are made in the city of Qum (Qom) in central Iran. Kork wool is incredible special and known for it's high quality. It is the finest wool - taken from the neck area. Qum Kork rugs are usually floral in pattern and really bring the room to life with their beauty.
|Province||Persian Qum Kork|
|Knot Density||400000-500000 Knots per m2|
TRISH Persian Sarouk Runner 635x95cm
64121Regular price £1,400.00 Save £-1,400.00
A Persian Sarouk rug is a from the Markazi Province in Iran. Sarouk (also Saruk, Sarough, Saruq) rugs are woven in the village of Saruk and also in the city of Arak and surrounding countryside.
They are known for their brilliant quality - lasting decades of wear. This is what makes them among the bestselling of all Persian rugs. They are made from tough wool, using a Persian knot. They mostly come in traditional floral designs.
|Knot Density||300000-400000 Knots/sqm|
JAKEY Persian Abadeh Runner 147x63cm
64042Regular price £250.00 Save £-250.00
There are hundreds of Persian Villages weaving carpets and rugs all over Iran. Some fine examples are: Yallameh – in the weaving area of Isfahan. A distinctive characteristic for all Yalameh carpets is their warm glowing colour, mainly geometric design. Materials Warp – Cotton,Weft – Cotton and Pile – Wool.
|Knot Density||250000-300000 knots per m2|
RANIA Persian Nain 6La 146x50cm
34181Regular price £1,200.00 Save £-1,200.00
This is a Persian Nain rug. Nain is a town 150km to the east of Isfahan in central Iran. Very fine and precise designs were created due to the high quality of the workshops in the area. Nain rugs have a cotton foundation with a very soft wool or wool & silk pule. The workmanship is of the highest class and the knot density is also high (often more than one million knots per square meter).
Patterns with a medallion in the middle together with arabesques and floral motifs are common.
Nain rugs have three knot types: 4La, 6La and 9La. In Farsi, the "La" translates to "Layer". This numbering helps decide the quality of a Nain rug - referring to the number of layers of threads that have been used in every warp-thread when weaving the rug. The lower the number the finer and higher density the knots the carpet has.
|Province||Persian Nain Wool and Silk|
|Pile||Wool and Silk|
|Knot Density||900000-1000000 knots per m2|