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A Persian Mir rug belongs to the Ardabil group, associated with the village of Mir. The patterns are predominantly geometric, and with DARA, all-over in design. These rugs are known to be very durable.
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 know for their brilliant quality - lasting decades of wear. This is what makes them among the bestselling of all Persian rugs. They are made from a tough wool, using a Persian knot. They mostly come in traditional floral designs.
|PROVINCE||Persian Sarouk Mir|
|KNOT DENSITY||200000 - 300000knots per m2