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Handmade Carpets
Handmade Persian rugs from Qum, Tabriz and Nain. Square pure Silk Qum gombad Persian carpet.
Qum Persian Rugs
Many Qom silk Persian rugs. Pure Silk Qum Persian carpets with silk
Tabriz Persian Rug
Round, square and fine Tabriz Persian rug; Tabriz Persian Rugs in all shapes and sizes
Nain Persian Rugs
8x5 Blue Nain 6Lah Persian rug. Very fine Nain Persian carpet with lots of silk highlights.
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Genuine Rugs like this pictorial world map Persian rug, genuine Persian carpets.
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Very rare oval Tabriz Persian carpet with a metal foundation in a small size, which I have not been able to replace for a couple of years now. Metal carpets are among the most unusual Persian rugs and to have the metal added in an oval Tabriz carpet is even more unique. This design is rarely ever found in Persian rugs and the few other rare metal carpets have all sold in a very short amount of time. Typically, the oval rugs have a very traditional design with a large medaillion, but this metal Tabriz carpet features a unique design along with a rare shape and colors.   Large square pure silk Qom Persian rug with a geometric design called Gombad or Gombardeh, which is extremely rare in Persian carpets other than Tabriz rugs. This Persian Qom carpet was amongst my most popular silk rugs and sold very quickly to a client in Sweden. As with all of my pure silk Qom oriental rugs, this Persian carpet is made of a very high quality and features well over 700 kpsi. In addition to laying on a floor, many of my clients also like to hang them on walls and some Persian Qom carpets are even framed.

Rug #2059 - This metal and silk small oval Tabriz carpet from 2006 is being enjoyed by a client in Arizona. Oval rugs are very rare to begin with and the gold metal foundation takes it to the next level.

 

Rug #1149 - One of my most popular pure silk Qom carpets I have offered. Received in 2006 and sold shortly after arrival to a client in Sweden, this large square Qom carpet has received a lot of interest and compliments.

     
The design in the oversize room size Persian Tabriz rug is called Gonbad Faraji, which is extremely hard to find in Oriental carpets. Due to my direct family connections, I am able to purchase some of these rare Tabriz oriental rugs and they are very popular with my clients. Designed as a showpiece, these Tabriz carpets tend to be made of a very high quality and are great examples of what fine oriental rugs should look and feel like.   Round metal Persian rugs rugs are also very rare and it is thanks to my direct family contacts with the carpet weavers in Tabriz that I am able to offer some of these rare tpye of oriental rugs. These Tabriz carpets are so rare that they are often purchased by retailers who then turn around and sell them for many times more.

Rug #5087 - Very similar to one of my smaller favorites is this oversize Tabriz rug from 2006 with the Gombad Faraji design. Absolute showpiece in nature, this Tabriz carpet did not stay with my for too long and if it was just a bit smaller, it would have stayed right here in my home.

 

Rug #1153 - A large gold metal and silk 60 raj Tabriz carpet with a METAL & SILK FOUNDATION from 2006. I have offered many round metal carpets in the past, but this one is among the finest that I have been able to find and my clients liked it so much, that they bought a much larger Tabriz metal rug as well.

     
Large square Tabriz Persian rug with a geometric design called Gonbad or Gombardeh and a silk foundation making this a 60-raj Tabriz oriental carpet. This Tabriz oriental rug is a very high end Persian carpet and it is also one of two identical rugs that were made. My father and I decided to purchase both of these rare Persian rugs, but due to the large 8' size, we choose to each keep one and both sold in a very short period of time. The design of this Tabriz oriental rug is extremely rare and the square size is also not as common in Persian carpets.   One of my personal favorites is this oval twin Persian rugs and they sold the same day that they arrived to another oriental carpet retailer, who saw the value and opportunity to resale these oval Persian carpets. Oval Persian carpets are some of the most difficult oriental rugs to weave and they are very rare. It is only due to my family connections, that I am able to purchase these rare Persian Tabriz rugs and they have me very popular with my clients. Other than Tabriz carpets, the only other well known source of oval rugs are the oval Qom carpets.

Rug #1160 - Another very rare and popular from 2006 is this 60 raj Tabriz carpet with a Silk Foundation. Given the amount of interest, I probably could have sold it a dozen times. It is a very fine rug and the design is just perfect for a large square sized carpet like this one.

 

Rug #3106 - This oval Tabriz twin set from 2006 sold the same day that it arrived to a fellow rug dealer. Persian carpets like this set are so hard to find that they typically sell as soon as they arrive. I personally like the quality and workmanship.

     
Large square Tabriz Persian rug with a geometric design called Gonbad or Gombardeh and a silk foundation making this a 60-raj Tabriz oriental carpet. This Tabriz oriental rug is a very high end Persian carpet and it is also one of two identical rugs that were made. My father and I decided to purchase both of these rare Persian rugs, but due to the large 8' size, we choose to each keep one and both sold in a very short period of time. The design of this Tabriz oriental rug is extremely rare and the square size is also not as common in Persian carpets.   Large square Tabriz Persian rug with a geometric design called Gonbad or Gombardeh and a silk foundation making this a 60-raj Tabriz oriental carpet. This Tabriz oriental rug is a very high end Persian carpet and it is also one of two identical rugs that were made. My father and I decided to purchase both of these rare Persian rugs, but due to the large 8' size, we choose to each keep one and both sold in a very short period of time. The design of this Tabriz oriental rug is extremely rare and the square size is also not as common in Persian carpets.
Rug #1202 - Highest quality Nain rug that I have offered so far. This is a 4-Lah piece with over 900 kpsi that I was lucky enough to receive in 2007 and it didn't stick around to for too long. Even though it is a wool rug, it actually features a higher knot count than most silk rugs.   Rug #1175 - A rug collector's dream come true. This pure silk Qom rug from 2006 features a design that is made up of many different types of rugs. It's as if the weaver laid out a bunch of small rugs in a geometric pattern and then created this piece. Most unusual.
     
Large square Tabriz Persian rug with a geometric design called Gonbad or Gombardeh and a silk foundation making this a 60-raj Tabriz oriental carpet. This Tabriz oriental rug is a very high end Persian carpet and it is also one of two identical rugs that were made. My father and I decided to purchase both of these rare Persian rugs, but due to the large 8' size, we choose to each keep one and both sold in a very short period of time. The design of this Tabriz oriental rug is extremely rare and the square size is also not as common in Persian carpets.   Large square Tabriz Persian rug with a geometric design called Gonbad or Gombardeh and a silk foundation making this a 60-raj Tabriz oriental carpet. This Tabriz oriental rug is a very high end Persian carpet and it is also one of two identical rugs that were made. My father and I decided to purchase both of these rare Persian rugs, but due to the large 8' size, we choose to each keep one and both sold in a very short period of time. The design of this Tabriz oriental rug is extremely rare and the square size is also not as common in Persian carpets.
Rug #5113 - This 10' round Nain rug is one of my own personal favorites and an extremely rare piece. It is the first time ever that I have had the chance to offer a round 6-Lah quality Nain in this rare size and the design is just amazing.   Rug #4078 - Tabriz runner from 2006 with a very unique variation of the Mahi pattern. Since most Mahi rugs tend to be very traditional, it is always a joy to be able to offer new ideas and designs.
     
Large square Tabriz Persian rug with a geometric design called Gonbad or Gombardeh and a silk foundation making this a 60-raj Tabriz oriental carpet. This Tabriz oriental rug is a very high end Persian carpet and it is also one of two identical rugs that were made. My father and I decided to purchase both of these rare Persian rugs, but due to the large 8' size, we choose to each keep one and both sold in a very short period of time. The design of this Tabriz oriental rug is extremely rare and the square size is also not as common in Persian carpets.   Large square Tabriz Persian rug with a geometric design called Gonbad or Gombardeh and a silk foundation making this a 60-raj Tabriz oriental carpet. This Tabriz oriental rug is a very high end Persian carpet and it is also one of two identical rugs that were made. My father and I decided to purchase both of these rare Persian rugs, but due to the large 8' size, we choose to each keep one and both sold in a very short period of time. The design of this Tabriz oriental rug is extremely rare and the square size is also not as common in Persian carpets.
Rug #5095 - It's the red background color in this oversized Qom rug from 2006 that made it stand out from the rest. Like many of my rare rugs, this piece found a happy new home far away and is now hanging on a wall in Norway.   Rug #3108 - I'm not too sure what to make of this rare Tabriz rug from 2006, but it's definitely unusual.  The colors are extremely rare and for reasons unknown to me I have only seen this particular design in 5' round rugs.
     
Large square Tabriz Persian rug with a geometric design called Gonbad or Gombardeh and a silk foundation making this a 60-raj Tabriz oriental carpet. This Tabriz oriental rug is a very high end Persian carpet and it is also one of two identical rugs that were made. My father and I decided to purchase both of these rare Persian rugs, but due to the large 8' size, we choose to each keep one and both sold in a very short period of time. The design of this Tabriz oriental rug is extremely rare and the square size is also not as common in Persian carpets.   Large square Tabriz Persian rug with a geometric design called Gonbad or Gombardeh and a silk foundation making this a 60-raj Tabriz oriental carpet. This Tabriz oriental rug is a very high end Persian carpet and it is also one of two identical rugs that were made. My father and I decided to purchase both of these rare Persian rugs, but due to the large 8' size, we choose to each keep one and both sold in a very short period of time. The design of this Tabriz oriental rug is extremely rare and the square size is also not as common in Persian carpets.
Rug #4090 - This long Nain rug from 2006 is another example of the variety of new designs that are now coming out of the Nain/Isfahan region. Even though the colors are very traditional, the design is everything but.   Rug #5102 - Like the runner above, this Tabriz Mahi rug was made by one of the most respected Mahi rug weavers in Iran, the Pirouzian family. They are known for making very unusual and high quality Mahi rugs and I consider myself to be fortunate to be able to offer them to you.
     
Large square Tabriz Persian rug with a geometric design called Gonbad or Gombardeh and a silk foundation making this a 60-raj Tabriz oriental carpet. This Tabriz oriental rug is a very high end Persian carpet and it is also one of two identical rugs that were made. My father and I decided to purchase both of these rare Persian rugs, but due to the large 8' size, we choose to each keep one and both sold in a very short period of time. The design of this Tabriz oriental rug is extremely rare and the square size is also not as common in Persian carpets.   Large square Tabriz Persian rug with a geometric design called Gonbad or Gombardeh and a silk foundation making this a 60-raj Tabriz oriental carpet. This Tabriz oriental rug is a very high end Persian carpet and it is also one of two identical rugs that were made. My father and I decided to purchase both of these rare Persian rugs, but due to the large 8' size, we choose to each keep one and both sold in a very short period of time. The design of this Tabriz oriental rug is extremely rare and the square size is also not as common in Persian carpets.
Rug #1170 - Round pure silk Qom rugs like this piece from 2006 are always a bit of a novelty, and the geometric pattern gave it an even more unique appearance.  

Rug #1197 - Another rug with some serious mileage is this Nain rug from 2007, which ended up with a client in the Ukraine. Just like with the runner above, the design in this Nain rug is very unusual and the large square size is also very rare.

     
Large Nain Persian rug with a geometric design called Gonbad or Gombardeh.   Round pure silk Qom Persian rug with a Gonbad design.
Rug #5120 - This 7x10 Nain rug was one of my first rugs from 2008 and was sold within a couple of weeks. The quality of this piece is as amazing as the design and it's was the first time that I was able to offer a Nain rug with this Gonbad design.  

Rug #1205 - Another round pure silk Qom rug, but with a very unique design and color combination. The brownish gold color along with the Gonbad design is extremely rare and it one of my most mentioned rugs from 2008. 

     
60 raj Tabriz rug with a picture of the ruins of Persepolis.   6-Lah Nain Persian rug with unique floral designs in large fields.

Rug #1206 - One of the rarest round rugs from 2008 is this 60 raj Tabriz rug with a silk foundation.  In the center is a picture of the ruins in Persepolis and it is very rare to find such detailed artwork in round Persian rugs.

 

Rug #1213 - This 6-Lah Nain Persian rug was also from 2008 and it pretty much sold as soon as it arrived. The unique design of the large fields with the floral artwork made it an instant favorite and it is great example of a rare and fine Nain.

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