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Bidjar #253161

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Fine Tekab Bidjar Persian Rug

Details for Bidjar Persian Rug #253161


Rug# 253161
Type: IR, Bidjar
10' 2"x6' 7" | 309x201cm
Quality: Bukan ~300KPSI
Pile: Kurkwool
Foundation: Cotton
Reg. Price $7,618
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NON-US Clients:
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Info for US & Non-US Clients...
*If you are one of our neighbors in the US, all of our rug prices include FREE FedEx ground shipping and fees. Colorado residents needs to add Sales Tax. Please contact us if you have any questions.
**For our clients outside of the US, we offer FREE Global FedEx or UPS shipping to most countries and on most of our carpets. Please note that our international buyers are responsible for any duties and/or taxes. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.

RUG INFORMATION:
Very rare genuine high quality Bidjar Bukan rug with a design that pays tribute to its history.
If you are familiar with Bidjar rugs, you will know why they are also called the Steel or Iron Persian rugs and here is a great example of a high quality Bidjar Bukan rug with a design that pays tribute to the Bukan rug designs of the past. Made of very fine and dense Kurkwool, this high quality Bidjar rug features a quality known as Bukan with about 300 kpsi, which is very fine for Bidjar rugs. The qualities of genuine Bidjar rugs are classified as Bukan, Sanjan, Tekap and the lower quality pieces are simply called Bidjar. If you viewing this page in full view, check out the video below in which I explain the various qualities and showcase the Bidjar rugs including this very rare Bukan piece.
Bidjar rugs like this one are meant to be placed in high traffic areas or under heavy furniture and many of my clients like to order them for their dining or living rooms. While folklore about Bidjar rugs tell the story of a triple knot and the weavers having to soak the wool in water before making the rugs, the truth is that the Bidjar rugs are made with some of the densest wool from the tribal Kudish regions in the northwestern Iran. The sheep in the region are known for their thick and plush wool and when combined with the same knot type as the Tabriz rugs, which is the Turkish knot, you end up with a rug that will last forever and then some...
This Bidjar rug features a tile design that showcases 2 classic variations of the Herati design that are found in Bidjar rugs from the Bukan village in the Bidjar province. If you are have a passion for Persian rugs or are familiar with the Bukan Bidjar rugs, you will know how exceptional this piece is and it is in simply in excellent condition with a superb level of workmanship.

IMPORTANT:
Informational Video About Persian Bidjar Rugs

If you view this Bidjar rug page on a laptop or desktop, you can see my informative video below about Bijar Carpets including this very piece. Due to the number of questions I receive about Persian carpets, I have made a video that details the Bidjar rugs with information and examples of various types of qualities that are commonly found in Bidjar rugs. As with all of my videos that you see in my website and in our Youtube channel, this video contains NO marketing or sales pitches.


Info about Persian Bidjar Rugs

If you are looking for a Bidjar rug or already own one, please watch this 18 minute as it contains general information and facts about the Bidjar carpets.

Topic: The different qualities in Bidjar rugs and a brief overview.

Topic: Background and general information about Bidjar rugs.

For addditional videos about Persian rugs and to learn more about the types, designs and general information, visit our informational pages or our own Youtube channel that is all about Persian rugs. Youtube Channel of MPrugs.com.


Feel free to contact me with any questions.
Mike Panah, Owner of MPrugs
(719) 896-1327
E-mail: Office@mprugs.com



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