Persian Rugs @ MPrugs.com

Offering Genuine High Quality Persian Rugs Worldwide since 1999

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.
Genuine Rugs
Genuine Rugs like this pictorial world map Persian rug, genuine Persian carpets.
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Round Persian Rugs & Round Persian Carpets

General Information & Pictures

Dear Visitor,
I have added these pages to my website to show you some of the common designs in Persian rugs.
Among the most sought after shapes in Persian rugs are the round pieces and in this page I like to show you how they are made and give you some examples of the type of designs commonly found in round Persian carpets

55 Raj Round Tabriz Persian rug with a silk foundation. Beige round Tabriz Persian carpet.   55 Raj Round Tabriz Persian rug with a silk foundation. Beige round Tabriz Persian carpet.

Weaving a round rug is extremely difficult and only a small percentage of weavers have mastered this skill. As a result, round rugs tend to be be of a high end quality and they are more expensive than ordinary Persian rugs with one notable exception being the round Nain rugs. The Nain rugs are pretty much the only type of Persian rugs where low quality rugs are more common than the high quality pieces and finding a high end 6-Lah in a round shape is extremely rare. On the other hand, round Qom rugs and Tabriz rugs are almost always of a high end quality and it is virtually impossible to find them with a low quality. Also, note that the knot count can vary within a round rug due to the shape of the rug and how the roundness streches out the knots as you move away from the center. For example, you may have a 50 Raj round Tabriz rug with about 360 kpsi in the center and 330 along the edge, which is perfectly normal.

Examples of round Persian rugs

round silk gonbad tabriz persian rug   55 Raj Round Tabriz Persian rug with a silk foundation. Beige round Tabriz Persian carpet.   55 Raj Round Tabriz Persian rug with a silk foundation. Beige round Tabriz Persian carpet.   55 Raj Round Tabriz Persian rug with a silk foundation. Beige round Tabriz Persian carpet.   55 Raj Round Tabriz Persian rug with a silk foundation. Beige round Tabriz Persian carpet.   pure silk round Qum persian carpet  

As you can see in the examples of some of our round Persian carpets from the past and present, round Persian rugs typically feature a medallion, but the overall design can vary greatly with each rug. The two reasons why many retailers will typically not offer too many round rugs is that they are harder to find than ordinary Persian rugs and tend to be made of a high end quality, which most retailers no longer deal in. Most of the high end round rugs are made in Tabriz and I am fortunate to have the direct family contact that allow me to purchase these rare pieces. Some rugs, like the metal and Mahi rugs, are in fact so extremely rare that other retailers will often buy them from me and then turn around and sell them for much more to their own clients. Round rugs typically come in sizes ranging from 3' (1m) to 10' (3m), but the most common size is the 6' (2m) size due to the popularity of that size. Once you go beyond that large size, the selection becomes much more scarce and the prices tend to go through the roof.
Below are some of our current selection of round Persian rugs and to see all of them, click here to go our section on Round Persian Rugs.

Samples Of Our Current Round Persian Rugs


If you have questions or are interested in our Persian rugs, please feel free to call or email me.
Mike Panah, Owner of MPrugs
(719) 896-1327
E-mail: Mpanah@mprugs.com

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