Genuine Zohreh masterpiece quality Qom rug with a stunning 900 KPSI quality...
This Qum rug is one of the rare occasions that we are able to obtain a genuine Zohreh masterpiece at this price. The Zohreh workshop like the Kazemi, Ahmadi and Mohammadi is highly regarded for its workmanship and attention to quality. Also, the Zohreh weavers are extremely proud of their work and everything from start to finish is done in the shop. For example, if you look at the signature, you will see written in Farsi “Tache Tolid Iran Qom Ali Zohreh“, which translates into “Design Weave Iran Qom Ali Zohreh“. It is very rare to have a rug weaver take credit for both the design and weaving and in this case, you have not only a genuine pure silk Qum rug that was designed by the Zohreh family, but also oversaw the weaving of it.
The tile pattern is classic in Qum rugs, but given the absolute masterpiece quality with ~900 KPSI, it is rare to find this design in a rug of this caliber. If you look at the pictures, you can see the intricate details that are abundant through the whole design and it is designed to be placed in a formal area where its beauty can be appreciated.
Video about Qum rugs and general info
We are proud to have one of the most visited YouTube channels about Persian rugs and the Qum rugs are featured in many of the videos where I also share with you examples and tips to avoid the scams. You can see one such video below if you are able to view page on a desktop or in desktop view on your mobile phone. We have lots of videos about silk Persian and Turkish rugs and if you are passionate about Persian carpets, feel free to visit our YouTube channel at MPrugs.
This is one of many videos about pure silk Qum Persian rugs and there are many more in our YouTube channel.
Topic: Introduction to the Zohreh Qum rugs and a brief overview
Topic: Learn about twin Persian rugs and how they are made differently depending on the type
For addditional information and to learn more about Qum silk rugs, click on the link here about Qum Silk Persian rugs.