Antique Rug Collection

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17165 Mohhan Kazak

Kazak is in the Republic of Armenia, directly to the north west of Lake Sewan. “In weaving terms, Kazak is probably the most famous area in the Caucasus, for the best of the rugs produced there…combined stunning geometric designs with fabulous colors derived from high-quality dyes.

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16330 Kazak Caucasian

Kazak is in the Republic of Armenia, directly to the north west of Lake Sewan. “In weaving terms, Kazak is probably the most famous area in the Caucasus, for the best of the rugs produced there…combined stunning geometric designs with fabulous colors derived from high-quality dyes.

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16327 Karaja Circa

The village of Karaja is known for its identifiable geometric rug design that shares some of the traits of other weaving from the East Azerbaijan Province of Iran, including Heriz, Serapi and Bakshaish, while adding distinctive elements of their own. Their artistry, handsome palette and durable weave make them a wonderful addition to the pantheon of Persian Rugs.

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16327 Karaja Circa

The village of Karaja is known for its identifiable geometric rug design that shares some of the traits of other weaving from the East Azerbaijan Province of Iran, including Heriz, Serapi and Bakshaish, while adding distinctive elements of their own. Their artistry, handsome palette and durable weave make them a wonderful addition to the pantheon of Persian Rugs.

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16308 Karabagh Circa

Shirvan is located just to the south of the Caucasus mountain range and is to the east of Gendje and to the west of the Baku peninsula. Local weaving tradition in this region excelled in exploring the numerous possible variations using a limited palette of color to maximal effect.

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16303 Bakhtiari Circa

Shirvan is located just to the south of the Caucasus mountain range and is to the east of Gendje and to the west of the Baku peninsula. Local weaving tradition in this region excelled in exploring the numerous possible variations using a limited palette of color to maximal effect.

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