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Antique Persian Rugs

Antique Persian rugs are perhaps the most popular and notable of all antique rugs. With evidence dating back for centuries, the skilled weavers and artisans of Persian rugs have a long history of producing high quality and meticulously crafted rugs. We have spent decades building our handpicked collection of Antique Persian rugs through travel, research and a passion for antique textiles. Our Antique Persian rugs offer an exciting glimpse into the generational craftsmanship and brilliantly intrinsic beauty of Persian rugs and floor coverings.

With a varying array of design patterns and images, Antique Persian rugs are broadly classified as urban rugs or village rugs. The urban or city rugs tend to focus on detailed oriented design and specific fabrics and threads. The village rugs are connected to the history of the nomadic cultures with storylines and styles passed down through the generations. Nomadic weavers worked more from memory and oral traditions creating a strong regional distinction in both design and palette. Floral patterns and geometric designs dominate both types of Antique Persian rugs with repeating flowers, medallions, and geometric designs tipping off the viewer to its Persian roots.

Most Antique Persian rugs use the Persian knot to create a small, tight weave that is repeated according to the design patterns. In the most complex Persian rugs, these knot patterns can reach up to 550 knots per square inch. The result of this laborious and extremely detailed process is that the design patterns are highly balanced and seamlessly integrated into overarching themes. Antique rugs woven with the Persian knot tend to have a more symmetrical feel with a finely detailed overall aesthetic. Some Antique Persian rugs are so intricate, they took years to complete.

Antique Persian rugs are available in a full range of colors but some of the more common palettes of these types of rugs include rustic oranges, slate blues, and shades of sage. The melding of colors with design is an important factor for each weaver and a sense of subtle blending and overall harmony is felt in the finished rug.

Woven Accents' wide collection of Antique Persian rugs includes Persian rugs that were created over 120 years ago. With their age, these rugs continue to improve in both beauty and amazement. Their colors soften and gently lighten as their design patterns remain bold and powerful. The original stories carried in these antique rugs are just as important to us as the actual product itself. We look forward to connecting with customers to share the origins of both antiquity and artistry within our Antique Persian rugs. Enjoy our collection and feel free to contact the Woven Accents team for more information on the background, materials, or techniques found in our personally chosen selection of Antique Persian rugs.

 
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# 14523 Antique Rug

Farahan antique rugs and carpets
8' 3" x 11' 4"
 

# 14509 Antique Rug - Distressed

Tabriz Perisan Antique Rug
8' 9" x 11' 5"
 

# 14466 Antique Rug

Mahal Antique Persian Rug
12' 0" x 18' 7"
 

# 14465 Antique Rug

Farahan Sarouk Rug
4' 8" x 7' 7"
 

# 14464 Antique Rug

Farahan Sarouk Rug
4' 0" x 6' 6"
 

# 14406 Antique Rug

Mallayer Persian Rug
3' 1" x 8' 9"
 

# 14405 Antique Rug

Mallayer Persian Rug
3' 7" x 7' 7"
 

# 14328 Antique Rug

Kerman persian rugs and carpets
11' 9" x 16' 0"
 

# 14313 Antique Rug

Kurd bijar oriental rugs
3' 5" x 16' 5"
 

# 14311 Antique Rug

Farahan Sarouk Rug
4' 4" x 6' 10"
 

# 14296 Semi Antique Rug

Tabriz Perisan Antique Rug
13' 4" x 18' 7"
 

# 14220 Antique Rug

Ravar Kerman Antique Rugs
9' 4" x 13' 2"
 

# 14120 Antique Rug

Mahal Antique Persian Rug
12' 4" x 16' 9"
 

# 14119 Antique Rug

Tabriz Perisan Antique Rug
12' 2" x 15' 7"
 

# 14063 Antique Rug

Ravar Kerman Pictorial Rug
4' 0" x 2' 8"
 

# 13903 Antique Rug

Sarab Antique Rug
3' 2" x 17' 7"
 
 
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