Rugs made in Ardebil Iran. Ardabīl: Ardabīl is a province located in the Northwest of Iran. The East border of Ardebil is very close to the Caspian Sea, only buffered by the Gilan Province.
Persian Bakhtiari Rugs and Carpets made in and around Bakhtiari Iran. Bakhtiari: A southern Persia group, both settled and nomadic, the latter now a minority. Villages of the Bakhtiari are in and around the area of Chahar Mahal.
Persian Bakshaish rugs and Persian Bakshaish carpets woven in and around the area of Bakshaish, Iran. Bakhshaish: A village in East Azerbaijan (Northwest Iran), Iran in close proximity to Heriz.
Persian Bibikabad rugs and Persian Bibikabad carpets woven in and around the Hamadan region of Iran.
Persian Bijar rugs and Persian Bijar carpets woven in and around the area of Bijar, Iran. Alternate spelling: Bijar, Bidjar. Bijar (Bidjar): Located in Northwest Iran and primarily of Kurdish population, Bijar is an important rug center with long history in making high-grade carpets.
Rugs made in the Feraghan plains of Iran Feraghan Carpets: A distinct group of rugs woven in the Feraghan Plains region of Persia in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Persian Hamadan rugs and Persian Hamadan carpets made in and around the area of Hamadan, Iran.
Persian Heriz rugs and Persian Heriz carpets woven in and around the area of Heriz, Iran. Heriz: A famous region of Persian rug production based in Northwest Iran.
Persian Hoseinabad rugs and Persian Hoseinabad carpets made in and around the area of Hoseinabad, Iran.
Persian Karaja rugs and Persian Karaja carpets woven in and around the area of Karaja, in Northwest Iranian Azerbaijan Province near Heriz.
Persian Kashan rugs and Persian Kashan carpets woven in and around the area of Kashan, Iran. Kashan: An important weaving center for Persian rug production from the 16th century onward.
Persian Kazvin rugs and Persian Kazvin carpets woven in and around the area of Kazvin, Iran. Alternate spelling: Ghazvin, Kazvin, Qasvin, Qazvin.
About Kerman Rugs / Kirman Rugs Kerman is both a city and capitol of the Kerman Province in southern central Iran. Many of the districts of Kerman city are surrounded by mountains, while the northern region is located in desert area.
Among the finest name brand production of Persian carpets evidenced in early through late 20th century production are those made under the label & signature Cyrus Crown® carpets.
Persian Khorassan rugs and Persian Khorassan carpets woven in and around the area of Khorassan, Iran. Khorassan: A Province in Northeast Iran most popular for carpet weaving of Mashad.
Persian Mahal rugs and Persian Mahal carpets woven in and around the area of Mahal, Iran.
Persian Mehrivan rugs and Persian Mehrivan carpets woven in and around the area of Mehrivan, Iran. Our Mehrivan rug section is for Northwest Persian rugs made in the immediate area of Mehrivan, excluding Ahar, Bakshaish, Gorevan, Heriz, & Lanbaran.
Persian Meshed rugs and Persian Meshed carpets made in and around the area of Meshed (Masshad) Iran.
Persian Meshkabad rugs and Persian Meshkabad carpets woven in and around the area of Meshkabad, Iran.
Persian Meshkin Rugs and Meshkin Carpets made in and around the Northwest Persian area of Meskin.
Persian Qum rugs and Persian Qum carpets woven in and around the area of Qum, Iran. Alternate spellings: Ghom, Ghoum, Qom, Qum.
About Sarouk Rugs Located north of the Sultanabad region of Iran, Sarouk became an important producer of Persian rugs from the very early 19th century forward. Alternate spelling: Saruk, Saruq, Sarook, Sarouk, Sarough.
Among the finest Sarouk carpets manufactured are those made on Dilmaghani looms. Such carpets may be identifiable by fine staple wool and finely detailed motifs.
Persian rugs and carpets woven in Iran.