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1800GetARug.com

"1800getarug.com is the leader and number one seller of hand knotted oriental rugs. Our collections include, Kazak rugs, Modern ru...gs, Transitional rugs, Antique and Semiantique rugs, and Traditional rugs. We offer the best Pesian rugs and Persian... read more

1800GetARug.com

"1800getarug.com is the leader and number one seller of hand knotted oriental rugs. Our collections include, Kazak rugs, Modern ru...gs, Transitional rugs, Antique and Semiantique rugs, and Traditional rugs. We offer the best Pesian rugs and Persian... read more

1800GetARug.com

"1800getarug.com is the leader and number one seller of hand knotted oriental rugs. Our collections include, Kazak rugs, Modern ru...gs, Transitional rugs, Antique and Semiantique rugs, and Traditional rugs. We offer the best Pesian rugs and Persian... read more

1800GetARug.com

"1800getarug.com is the leader and number one seller of hand knotted oriental rugs. Our collections include, Kazak rugs, Modern ru...gs, Transitional rugs, Antique and Semiantique rugs, and Traditional rugs. We offer the best Pesian rugs and Persian... read more

Safavieh
$449.99
at Target

Find Rugs at Target.com! Safavieh Anwen Area Rug - Grey (6x9) Size: 6'X9'. Color: Grey. Gender: Unisex.

1800GetARug.com

"1800getarug.com is the leader and number one seller of hand knotted oriental rugs. Our collections include, Kazak rugs, Modern ru...gs, Transitional rugs, Antique and Semiantique rugs, and Traditional rugs. We offer the best Pesian rugs and Persian... read more

Manhattan Rugs

The word "chobi" itself is Farsi for "color like wood." Our Chobis tend to have large geometric floral patterns and they are all h...and knotted of hand spun wool. The dyes are made entirely from hand gathered fruits, vegetables, roots, tree barks and dried fruit shells, making Chobis the most labor-intensive of all of our carpets. Natural Dye Chobis are renowned for their lanolin-rich luster and stunning natural coloring. Their colors range from soft muted tans, browns to rich coppers, deep maroons, and sage greens. Our natural dyeing techniques have been refined over the years to ensure a natural dye that is steadfast and long-lasting. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Jaipur

Make a bold statement with the striking patterns and colors of the Blue Collection. Naturally stain-resistant wool is artfully han...d-tufted into over-scaled florals, organics and geometrics that command attention. Thoughtful embellishments of art silk... read more

Jaipur

Durable, low maintenance rugs in dizzying array of colors and patterns. Easy Care Livable with any space Primary materials: Wool A...rt Silk Latex: Latex Free Style: Transitional Primary color: Blue Surf Secondary colors: Beige Pattern: Ikat Tip: We... read more

Manufacturer
$476.99
at Overstock

A unique alternating pattern of flat braid and Fabricord come together in this cotton blend, oval, braided fabric rug. The unexpec...ted colors create a pop that draws attention to the rug, while still maintaining a soft look and feel. Cotton-blend fabric Reversible Made to order item Primary materials: 65-percent polyester/35-percent cotton Latex: No Pile height: 0.5 inch Style: Traditional Color options: Dusted yellow/grey, rustic brown/orange, blue crush/grey, coral reef/blue/pink Pattern: Braided Tip: We recommend the use of a non-skid pad to keep the rug in place on smooth surfaces. All rug sizes are approximate. Due to the difference of monitor colors, some rug colors may vary slightly. We try to represent all rug colors accurately. Please refer to the text above for a description of the colors shown in the photo. read more

Jaipur

It is Hand-Tufted Transitional Ashwood/Ashwood Wool/Viscose (6x9) Area Rug. This is Durable, low maintenance rugs in dizzying arra...y of colors and patterns. Easy Care Livable with any space Primary materials: Wool Art Silk Latex: Latex Free Style:... read more

Manhattan Rugs

Gabbeh rugs are made by nomads in south-central Iran, and feature hand-spun wool in both the pile and the foundation, as well as a...ll natural dyes. Simple, colorful geometric patterns, abstract scenery, child-like representations of people and animals, different colors, reds, blue, greens ,yellow, purple. Modern technology has improved the dye process to allow a wider range of colors as well as more stable and easier to care for colors. Gabbeh rugs are hand-knotted ( handmade ) thick Persian rug with long soft wool pile. Gabbeh like many other types of Persian rugs is made with local handspun wool and vegetable dye. read more

Manhattan Rugs

Gabbeh rugs are made by nomads in south-central Iran, and feature hand-spun wool in both the pile and the foundation, as well as a...ll natural dyes. Simple, colorful geometric patterns, abstract scenery, child-like representations of people and animals, different colors, reds, blue, greens ,yellow, purple. Modern technology has improved the dye process to allow a wider range of colors as well as more stable and easier to care for colors. Gabbeh rugs are hand-knotted ( handmade ) thick Persian rug with long soft wool pile. Gabbeh like many other types of Persian rugs is made with local handspun wool and vegetable dye. read more

Manhattan Rugs

Gabbeh rugs are made by nomads in south-central Iran, and feature hand-spun wool in both the pile and the foundation, as well as a...ll natural dyes. Simple, colorful geometric patterns, abstract scenery, child-like representations of people and animals, different colors, reds, blue, greens ,yellow, purple. Modern technology has improved the dye process to allow a wider range of colors as well as more stable and easier to care for colors. Gabbeh rugs are hand-knotted ( handmade ) thick Persian rug with long soft wool pile. Gabbeh like many other types of Persian rugs is made with local handspun wool and vegetable dye. read more

Manhattan Rugs

Gabbeh rugs are made by nomads in south-central Iran, and feature hand-spun wool in both the pile and the foundation, as well as a...ll natural dyes. Simple, colorful geometric patterns, abstract scenery, child-like representations of people and animals, different colors, reds, blue, greens ,yellow, purple. Modern technology has improved the dye process to allow a wider range of colors as well as more stable and easier to care for colors. Gabbeh rugs are hand-knotted ( handmade ) thick Persian rug with long soft wool pile. Gabbeh like many other types of Persian rugs is made with local handspun wool and vegetable dye. read more

Jaipur

Durable, low maintenance rugs in dizzying array of colors and patterns. Easy Care Livable with any space Primary materials: Wool A...rt Silk Latex: Latex Free Style: Transitional Primary color: Antique White Secondary colors: Antique White Pattern: Ikat... read more

Colonial Mills

A unique alternating pattern of flat braid and Fabricord come together in this cotton blend, oval, braided fabric rug. The unexpec...ted colors create a pop that draws attention to the rug, while still maintaining a soft look and feel. Cotton-blend fabric... read more

Manhattan Rugs

Gabbeh rugs are made by nomads in south-central Iran, and feature hand-spun wool in both the pile and the foundation, as well as a...ll natural dyes. Simple, colorful geometric patterns, abstract scenery, child-like representations of people and animals, different colors, reds, blue, greens ,yellow, purple. Modern technology has improved the dye process to allow a wider range of colors as well as more stable and easier to care for colors. Gabbeh rugs are hand-knotted ( handmade ) thick Persian rug with long soft wool pile. Gabbeh like many other types of Persian rugs is made with local handspun wool and vegetable dye. read more

Manhattan Rugs

Gabbeh rugs are made by nomads in south-central Iran, and feature hand-spun wool in both the pile and the foundation, as well as a...ll natural dyes. Simple, colorful geometric patterns, abstract scenery, child-like representations of people and animals, different colors, reds, blue, greens ,yellow, purple. Modern technology has improved the dye process to allow a wider range of colors as well as more stable and easier to care for colors. Gabbeh rugs are hand-knotted ( handmade ) thick Persian rug with long soft wool pile. Gabbeh like many other types of Persian rugs is made with local handspun wool and vegetable dye. read more

Manhattan Rugs

Gabbeh rugs are made by nomads in south-central Iran, and feature hand-spun wool in both the pile and the foundation, as well as a...ll natural dyes. Simple, colorful geometric patterns, abstract scenery, child-like representations of people and animals, different colors, reds, blue, greens ,yellow, purple. Modern technology has improved the dye process to allow a wider range of colors as well as more stable and easier to care for colors. Gabbeh rugs are hand-knotted ( handmade ) thick Persian rug with long soft wool pile. Gabbeh like many other types of Persian rugs is made with local handspun wool and vegetable dye. read more

Novica
$822.99
at Novica

With linear forms, Cerapio Vallejo depicts stylized shapes in a diversity of colors. The harmonious composition graces a rug of si...ngular beauty, crafted of natural fibers on the Andean handloom. Titled "Colores" in Spanish. read more

Manhattan Rugs

SOUMAK is a comparatively rare type of Hand knotted Rug. Deriving its name from the old town of SHEMAKJA (Republic of Azerbaijan).... SOUMAK is NOT a KELIM. However, both have flat-woven style. Sumac Rugs has many tribal motifs all around. Usually the motifs are small birds. SOUMAK's are excellent with contemporary, traditional and modern decors. SOUMAKs are proper choice for high traffic area. The SOUMAKs have different size and majority of them are small size (2x3 feet) and mid size (4x6 feet). It is hard to find SOUMAK in large size (8x10 feet). read more

Manhattan Rugs

Kazak (Kazakh, Kasak, Gazakh, Qazax). The most used spelling today is Qazax but rug people use Kazak so I generally do as well.The... areas known as Kazakstan, Chechenya and Shirvan respectively are situated north of Iran and Afghanistan and to the east of the Caspian sea and are all new Soviet republics. These rugs are woven by settled Armenians as well as nomadic Kurds, Georgians, Azerbaijanis and Lurs. Many of the people of Turkoman origin fled to Pakistan when the Russians invaded Afghanistan and most of the rugs are woven close to Peshawar on the Afghan-Pakistan border.There are many design influences and consequently a large variety of motifs of various medallions, diamonds, latch-hooked zig-zags and other geometric shapes. However, it is the wonderful colours used with rich reds, blues, yellows and greens which make them stand out from other rugs. The ability of the Caucasian weaver to use dramatic colours and patterns is unequalled in the rug weaving world. Very hard-wearing rugs as well as being very collectable read more

Manhattan Rugs

Kazak (Kazakh, Kasak, Gazakh, Qazax). The most used spelling today is Qazax but rug people use Kazak so I generally do as well.The... areas known as Kazakstan, Chechenya and Shirvan respectively are situated north of Iran and Afghanistan and to the east of the Caspian sea and are all new Soviet republics. These rugs are woven by settled Armenians as well as nomadic Kurds, Georgians, Azerbaijanis and Lurs. Many of the people of Turkoman origin fled to Pakistan when the Russians invaded Afghanistan and most of the rugs are woven close to Peshawar on the Afghan-Pakistan border.There are many design influences and consequently a large variety of motifs of various medallions, diamonds, latch-hooked zig-zags and other geometric shapes. However, it is the wonderful colours used with rich reds, blues, yellows and greens which make them stand out from other rugs. The ability of the Caucasian weaver to use dramatic colours and patterns is unequalled in the rug weaving world. Very hard-wearing rugs as well as being very collectable read more

Manhattan Rugs

Heriz is situated in the northwestern part of Iran (Persia). Though the term covers Hand knotted rugs of numerous small villages ...in the area, the most beautiful Rugs were woven in Heriz itself For the last 100 years, the Heriz carpet designs have basically remained the same, with only small variations in color pallets and density of the design. The late 19th Century Rug (so called Serapis) was of fewer details and softer colors and with time designs became denser with added jewel tone color pallets. The revival of the carpet industry in the late 19th Century was based on the demand of the Western markets, with America in particular. Weavers in Heriz hand knotted were asked to make carpets inspired by the Fereghan Sarouks of higher cost for consumers of more limited budgets. Even though Sarouk carpets changed style later on, Heriz weavers stayed with the geometric pattern till now. However, Heriz was also a center of production of some of the best handmade carpets with both geometric and curvilinear floral patterns. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

The word "chobi" itself is Farsi for "color like wood." Our Chobis tend to have large geometric floral patterns and they are all h...and knotted of hand spun wool. The dyes are made entirely from hand gathered fruits, vegetables, roots, tree barks and dried fruit shells, making Chobis the most labor-intensive of all of our carpets. Natural Dye Chobis are renowned for their lanolin-rich luster and stunning natural coloring. Their colors range from soft muted tans, browns to rich coppers, deep maroons, and sage greens. Our natural dyeing techniques have been refined over the years to ensure a natural dye that is steadfast and long-lasting. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

Kazak (Kazakh, Kasak, Gazakh, Qazax). The most used spelling today is Qazax but rug people use Kazak so I generally do as well.The... areas known as Kazakstan, Chechenya and Shirvan respectively are situated north of Iran and Afghanistan and to the east of the Caspian sea and are all new Soviet republics. These rugs are woven by settled Armenians as well as nomadic Kurds, Georgians, Azerbaijanis and Lurs. Many of the people of Turkoman origin fled to Pakistan when the Russians invaded Afghanistan and most of the rugs are woven close to Peshawar on the Afghan-Pakistan border.There are many design influences and consequently a large variety of motifs of various medallions, diamonds, latch-hooked zig-zags and other geometric shapes. However, it is the wonderful colours used with rich reds, blues, yellows and greens which make them stand out from other rugs. The ability of the Caucasian weaver to use dramatic colours and patterns is unequalled in the rug weaving world. Very hard-wearing rugs as well as being very collectable read more

Manhattan Rugs

Oushak rugs originated in the small town of Oushak in west central Anatolia, roughly 100 miles south of the city of Istanbul in Tu...rkey. Oushak has produced some of the most decorative Persian influenced rugs of all times. Oushak has been a production center of Turkish rugs since the 15th century. In the late 15th century the 'design revolution' took place. Before, producing carpets was part of the nomad culture, meeting people's daily needs, but for the first time the works of designing and weaving rugs were split in two. These Turkish rugs began to be produced commercially. From the 16th up to the 18th century the most famous manufacturers of ottoman times worked in Oushak. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

Heriz is situated in the northwestern part of Iran (Persia). Though the term covers Hand knotted rugs of numerous small villages i...n the area, the most beautiful Rugs were woven in Heriz itself For the last 100 years, the Heriz carpet designs have basically remained the same, with only small variations in color pallets and density of the design. The late 19th Century Rug (so called Serapis) was of fewer details and softer colors and with time designs became denser with added jewel tone color pallets. The revival of the carpet industry in the late 19th Century was based on the demand of the Western markets, with America in particular. Weavers in Heriz hand knotted were asked to make carpets inspired by the Fereghan Sarouks of higher cost for consumers of more limited budgets. Even though Sarouk carpets changed style later on, Heriz weavers stayed with the geometric pattern till now. However, Heriz was also a center of production of some of the best handmade carpets with both geometric and curvilinear floral patterns. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

Oushak rugs originated in the small town of Oushak in west central Anatolia, roughly 100 miles south of the city of Istanbul in Tu...rkey. Oushak has produced some of the most decorative Persian influenced rugs of all times. Oushak has been a production center of Turkish rugs since the 15th century. In the late 15th century the 'design revolution' took place. Before, producing carpets was part of the nomad culture, meeting people's daily needs, but for the first time the works of designing and weaving rugs were split in two. These Turkish rugs began to be produced commercially. From the 16th up to the 18th century the most famous manufacturers of ottoman times worked in Oushak. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

The word "chobi" itself is Farsi for "color like wood." Our Chobis tend to have large geometric floral patterns and they are all h...and knotted of hand spun wool. The dyes are made entirely from hand gathered fruits, vegetables, roots, tree barks and dried fruit shells, making Chobis the most labor-intensive of all of our carpets. Natural Dye Chobis are renowned for their lanolin-rich luster and stunning natural coloring. Their colors range from soft muted tans, browns to rich coppers, deep maroons, and sage greens. Our natural dyeing techniques have been refined over the years to ensure a natural dye that is steadfast and long-lasting. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Colonial Mills

Establish a rich, yet casual decor with the warm, heathered highlights in this versatile tweed rug design. Reversible Wool Made to... order item Primary materials: 75- Percent Polypropylene / 25- Percent Wool Latex: No Pile height: 0.5 Style: Traditional... read more

Manhattan Rugs

The word "chobi" itself is Farsi for "color like wood." Our Chobis tend to have large geometric floral patterns and they are all h...and knotted of hand spun wool. The dyes are made entirely from hand gathered fruits, vegetables, roots, tree barks and dried fruit shells, making Chobis the most labor-intensive of all of our carpets. Natural Dye Chobis are renowned for their lanolin-rich luster and stunning natural coloring. Their colors range from soft muted tans, browns to rich coppers, deep maroons, and sage greens. Our natural dyeing techniques have been refined over the years to ensure a natural dye that is steadfast and long-lasting. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

Oushak rugs originated in the small town of Oushak in west central Anatolia, roughly 100 miles south of the city of Istanbul in Tu...rkey. Oushak has produced some of the most decorative Persian influenced rugs of all times. Oushak has been a production center of Turkish rugs since the 15th century. In the late 15th century the 'design revolution' took place. Before, producing carpets was part of the nomad culture, meeting people's daily needs, but for the first time the works of designing and weaving rugs were split in two. These Turkish rugs began to be produced commercially. From the 16th up to the 18th century the most famous manufacturers of ottoman times worked in Oushak. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

Oushak rugs originated in the small town of Oushak in west central Anatolia, roughly 100 miles south of the city of Istanbul in Tu...rkey. Oushak has produced some of the most decorative Persian influenced rugs of all times. Oushak has been a production center of Turkish rugs since the 15th century. In the late 15th century the 'design revolution' took place. Before, producing carpets was part of the nomad culture, meeting people's daily needs, but for the first time the works of designing and weaving rugs were split in two. These Turkish rugs began to be produced commercially. From the 16th up to the 18th century the most famous manufacturers of ottoman times worked in Oushak. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

Kazak (Kazakh, Kasak, Gazakh, Qazax). The most used spelling today is Qazax but rug people use Kazak so I generally do as well.The... areas known as Kazakstan, Chechenya and Shirvan respectively are situated north of?? Iran and Afghanistan and to the east of the Caspian sea and are all new Soviet republics.???? These rugs are woven by settled Armenians as well as nomadic Kurds, Georgians, Azerbaijanis and Lurs.?? Many of the people of Turkoman origin fled to Pakistan when the Russians invaded Afghanistan and most of the rugs are woven close to Peshawar on the Afghan-Pakistan border.There are many design influences and consequently a large variety of motifs of various medallions, diamonds, latch-hooked zig-zags and other geometric shapes.?? However, it is the wonderful colours used with rich reds, blues, yellows and greens which make them stand out from other rugs.?? The ability of the Caucasian weaver to use dramatic colours and patterns is unequalled in the rug weaving world.?? Very hard-wearing rugs as well as being very collectable read more

Manhattan Rugs

Style of hand knotted Kashan rugs comes from city of Kashan in Persia, a renowned rug-weaving center since the 16th century. Kasha...n rugs since many years ago have been a choice of floor covering. One of the reasons is the high quality of this rug. Kashan rugs come in every different size, and many different colors. Mostly blue, red, black and cream. Old kashan rugs are very desirable and some go for very high money in the action houses. read more

Manhattan Rugs

The word "chobi" itself is Farsi for "color like wood." Our Chobis tend to have large geometric floral patterns and they are all h...and knotted of hand spun wool. The dyes are made entirely from hand gathered fruits, vegetables, roots, tree barks and dried fruit shells, making Chobis the most labor-intensive of all of our carpets. Natural Dye Chobis are renowned for their lanolin-rich luster and stunning natural coloring. Their colors range from soft muted tans, browns to rich coppers, deep maroons, and sage greens. Our natural dyeing techniques have been refined over the years to ensure a natural dye that is steadfast and long-lasting. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

Moroccan Rug weaving began with the Berbers, who were the indigenous people of North Africa and inhabited Morocco before it was in...vaded by Arabs in the seventh century. These rugs are usually in bold colors and animated patterns, and the designs are almost always geometric or tribal. The colors and patterns are distinct according to the tribe that wove it. In the twentieth-century, the Moroccan Rugs are widely collected in the West because of its unique tribal patters. The wool of these rugs is plush and soft to the touch. read more

Manhattan Rugs

Heriz is situated in the northwestern part of Iran (Persia). Though the term covers Hand knotted rugs of numerous small villages ...in the area, the most beautiful Rugs were woven in Heriz itself For the last 100 years, the Heriz carpet designs have basically remained the same, with only small variations in color pallets and density of the design. The late 19th Century Rug (so called Serapis) was of fewer details and softer colors and with time designs became denser with added jewel tone color pallets. The revival of the carpet industry in the late 19th Century was based on the demand of the Western markets, with America in particular. Weavers in Heriz hand knotted were asked to make carpets inspired by the Fereghan Sarouks of higher cost for consumers of more limited budgets. Even though Sarouk carpets changed style later on, Heriz weavers stayed with the geometric pattern till now. However, Heriz was also a center of production of some of the best handmade carpets with both geometric and curvilinear floral patterns. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

The word "chobi" itself is Farsi for "color like wood." Our Chobis tend to have large geometric floral patterns and they are all h...and knotted of hand spun wool. The dyes are made entirely from hand gathered fruits, vegetables, roots, tree barks and dried fruit shells, making Chobis the most labor-intensive of all of our carpets. Natural Dye Chobis are renowned for their lanolin-rich luster and stunning natural coloring. Their colors range from soft muted tans, browns to rich coppers, deep maroons, and sage greens. Our natural dyeing techniques have been refined over the years to ensure a natural dye that is steadfast and long-lasting. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

Heriz is situated in the northwestern part of Iran (Persia). Though the term covers Hand knotted rugs of numerous small villages ...in the area, the most beautiful Rugs were woven in Heriz itself For the last 100 years, the Heriz carpet designs have basically remained the same, with only small variations in color pallets and density of the design. The late 19th Century Rug (so called Serapis) was of fewer details and softer colors and with time designs became denser with added jewel tone color pallets. The revival of the carpet industry in the late 19th Century was based on the demand of the Western markets, with America in particular. Weavers in Heriz hand knotted were asked to make carpets inspired by the Fereghan Sarouks of higher cost for consumers of more limited budgets. Even though Sarouk carpets changed style later on, Heriz weavers stayed with the geometric pattern till now. However, Heriz was also a center of production of some of the best handmade carpets with both geometric and curvilinear floral patterns. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

The word "chobi" itself is Farsi for "color like wood." Our Chobis tend to have large geometric floral patterns and they are all h...and knotted of hand spun wool. The dyes are made entirely from hand gathered fruits, vegetables, roots, tree barks and dried fruit shells, making Chobis the most labor-intensive of all of our carpets. Natural Dye Chobis are renowned for their lanolin-rich luster and stunning natural coloring. Their colors range from soft muted tans, browns to rich coppers, deep maroons, and sage greens. Our natural dyeing techniques have been refined over the years to ensure a natural dye that is steadfast and long-lasting. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

The word "chobi" itself is Farsi for "color like wood." Our Chobis tend to have large geometric floral patterns and they are all h...and knotted of hand spun wool. The dyes are made entirely from hand gathered fruits, vegetables, roots, tree barks and dried fruit shells, making Chobis the most labor-intensive of all of our carpets. Natural Dye Chobis are renowned for their lanolin-rich luster and stunning natural coloring. Their colors range from soft muted tans, browns to rich coppers, deep maroons, and sage greens. Our natural dyeing techniques have been refined over the years to ensure a natural dye that is steadfast and long-lasting. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

The word "chobi" itself is Farsi for "color like wood." Our Chobis tend to have large geometric floral patterns and they are all h...and knotted of hand spun wool. The dyes are made entirely from hand gathered fruits, vegetables, roots, tree barks and dried fruit shells, making Chobis the most labor-intensive of all of our carpets. Natural Dye Chobis are renowned for their lanolin-rich luster and stunning natural coloring. Their colors range from soft muted tans, browns to rich coppers, deep maroons, and sage greens. Our natural dyeing techniques have been refined over the years to ensure a natural dye that is steadfast and long-lasting. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

Heriz is situated in the northwestern part of Iran (Persia). Though the term covers Hand knotted rugs of numerous small villages i...n the area, the most beautiful Rugs were woven in Heriz itself For the last 100 years, the Heriz carpet designs have basically remained the same, with only small variations in color pallets and density of the design. The late 19th Century Rug (so called Serapis) was of fewer details and softer colors and with time designs became denser with added jewel tone color pallets. The revival of the carpet industry in the late 19th Century was based on the demand of the Western markets, with America in particular. Weavers in Heriz hand knotted were asked to make carpets inspired by the Fereghan Sarouks of higher cost for consumers of more limited budgets. Even though Sarouk carpets changed style later on, Heriz weavers stayed with the geometric pattern till now. However, Heriz was also a center of production of some of the best handmade carpets with both geometric and curvilinear floral patterns. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

The word "chobi" itself is Farsi for "color like wood." Our Chobis tend to have large geometric floral patterns and they are all h...and knotted of hand spun wool. The dyes are made entirely from hand gathered fruits, vegetables, roots, tree barks and dried fruit shells, making Chobis the most labor-intensive of all of our carpets. Natural Dye Chobis are renowned for their lanolin-rich luster and stunning natural coloring. Their colors range from soft muted tans, browns to rich coppers, deep maroons, and sage greens. Our natural dyeing techniques have been refined over the years to ensure a natural dye that is steadfast and long-lasting. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

The word "chobi" itself is Farsi for "color like wood." Our Chobis tend to have large geometric floral patterns and they are all h...and knotted of hand spun wool. The dyes are made entirely from hand gathered fruits, vegetables, roots, tree barks and dried fruit shells, making Chobis the most labor-intensive of all of our carpets. Natural Dye Chobis are renowned for their lanolin-rich luster and stunning natural coloring. Their colors range from soft muted tans, browns to rich coppers, deep maroons, and sage greens. Our natural dyeing techniques have been refined over the years to ensure a natural dye that is steadfast and long-lasting. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

Manhattan Rugs

Tibetan rug making is an ancient, traditional craft. Tibetan Rugs are traditionally made from Tibetan highlands sheep??s wool, cal...led changpel. Tibetans use rugs for many purposes ranging from flooring to wall hanging to horse saddles, though the most common use is as a seating carpet. The knotting method used in Tibetan rug making is different from that used in other rug making traditions worldwide. Especially yarn spinning and trimming of the pile after weaving. In Nepal the rug business is one of the largest industries in the country and there are many rug exporters. Tibet also has weaving workshops, but the export side of the industry is relatively undeveloped compared with Nepal. read more

Manhattan Rugs

Oushak rugs originated in the small town of Oushak in west central Anatolia, roughly 100 miles south of the city of Istanbul in Tu...rkey. Oushak has produced some of the most decorative Persian influenced rugs of all times. Oushak has been a production center of Turkish rugs since the 15th century. In the late 15th century the 'design revolution' took place. Before, producing carpets was part of the nomad culture, meeting people's daily needs, but for the first time the works of designing and weaving rugs were split in two. These Turkish rugs began to be produced commercially. From the 16th up to the 18th century the most famous manufacturers of ottoman times worked in Oushak. A special heirloom wash produces the subtle color variations that give rugs their distinctive antique look. read more

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