ACE Antique Persian Malayer 445x400cm
34725Regular price £18,500.00 Save £-18,500.00
Malayer is a city in Iran, located within the province of Hamadan. Local weavers traditionally produced a wide range of traditional patterns from all-over motifs to lozenge-shaped medallions. They also focus on beautiful detailed borders.
Antique rugs from the Malayer region constitute an important and distinctive group of Persian weavings. They are known for the quality of the weave, design and wool, and are some of the most artistic and beautiful antique Persian rugs to come out of Iran. If you love the art of tribal weaving but are drawn to finer more refined artistic patterns, then you're onto a winner here.
As antique rugs, you can see the age of the rug. Though they are in great condition. A timeless piece!
|Province||Persian Malayer (Antique)|
|Age||125 - 130 years|
|Knot Density||450000-500000 knots per m2|
MAHI Persian Tabriz 400x400cm
66454Regular price £15,000.00 Save £-15,000.00
Size: 400 x 400 cm
Tabriz rugs are from the city of Tabriz, the capital city of East Azarbaijan Province in the north west of Iran. It is one of the oldest weaving areas and makes a diverse collection of hand-knotted rugs. They are made with a good quality, fine, soft wool.
|Province||Persian Tabriz Wool and Silk|
|Pile||Wool and Silk|
|Knot Density||650000-750000 knots per m2|
AVERY Persian Mashad Sherkat 415x397cm
65616Regular price £10,500.00 Save £-10,500.00
Mashad is a city in the far north-east of Iran. The wool pile used in these rugs is known to be one of the best in the country. It is soft, whilst tight and thin. The most common colours for this type of rug are red, blues and certain shades of greens. Usually they are floral in design.
This is a Mashad Astan Ghods, a bonyad based in Mashad, Iran.
|Province||Persian Mashad Sherkat|
|Knot Density||250000-300000 knots per m2|