Collection: Persian Rugs
Persian rugs are a type of rugs with roots in Iran's history. The rug has been an integral part of Iranian art and culture for centuries. There are numerous styles and designs of Persian rugs, arguably the most recognizable rugs in the world, each with its own history and, in some cases, weaving and knotting techniques. Different types of Persian rugs are woven by nomadic tribes, peoples, and cities throughout Iran. Thus, the various designs and patterns of rugs from their respective origins have come to reflect the culture of the people. At Amara Washable Rugs, we are pleased to offer you the opportunity to own one of these magnificent bohemian pieces. Due to the vast variety of their patterns, persian rugs add elegance, warmth, and timelessness to every home. Since centuries, only pure wool, organic natural dyes, and fine silk are used to craft these exquisite works of art by hand, using only pure wool, organic natural dyes, and fine silk. This is the reason why these area rugs are such popular home accessories and a sustainable luxury. Our online store has the largest variety of authentic hand-knotted Persian rugs.
We are located directly at the center of the western world's oriental carpet trade, and in close cooperation with wholesalers, we can offer the best value.
These rugs have been crafted using ancient techniques to achieve a sophisticated level of quality. Have a low degree of knot density. Comprised of soft sheep wool and natural dyes, it is one of the Persian rugs with the best reputation.
Is tabriz rug a Persian rug?
A Tabriz rug is a subtype of Persian carpets from the city of Tabriz, the provincial capital of East Azerbaijan Province in northwestern Iran.
Is a vintage persian rug the highest quality rug?
This persian rug is a greater element braided with wool on a silk or cotton base. They are compact and have a higher knot number than other high-quality rugs.
What is the persian rug value?
We provide a collection of persian rugs that can accommodate everybody´s budget. Check our online collection regularly or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions.