1' 8'' x 1' 8'' Ardabil Authentic Persian Hand Knotted Pillow Rug - 113044

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Collection: Ardabil Rug.
Age: 40-60 Years (Semi Antique).
Size FT: 1' 8'' x 1' 8'' .
Size CM: 50 cm x 50 cm.
Colors: Turquoise, White, Cream, Navy Blue, Green.
Material: 100% Natural Wool and Cotton.
Has fringe.

Ardabil Rugs
Ardabil rugs are among the most coveted and well-known types of Persian rugs. They are named after the city of Ardabil, located in the northwest region of Persia, which is renowned for its rich history of rug-making.
Ardabil rugs are distinguished by their intricate designs and high knot density, which makes for a plush and luxurious feel underfoot. These rugs often feature geometric patterns and floral motifs, with a central medallion as a focal point. The colors used in Ardabil rugs are typically rich and vibrant, incorporating natural dyes to achieve a range of hues from deep reds and blues to earthy greens and browns.
Ardabil rugs have a long and storied history dating back to the 16th century, during the Safavid Dynasty. Many of the finest Ardabil rugs were produced during this time, and examples from this period are highly prized by collectors and museums around the world. The most famous example of an Ardabil rug is the Ardabil Carpet, which is housed in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. This magnificent rug was produced in the mid-16th century and featured intricate geometric patterns and floral motifs on a rich red background.
Today, Ardabil rugs continue to be produced by skilled weavers using traditional methods and techniques passed down through generations. These rugs are highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts for their exquisite craftsmanship and timeless beauty.

Original name: Ardabil Rug.
Alternative name(s): Ardabil Carpet, Ardebil Rug.
Origin: Ardabil.
Category: Village, City.
Common designs: Medallion, Herati, Geometric.
Dyeing method: Natural, Synthetic.
Pile material: Wool, Silk.
Foundation material: Cotton.
Knot type: Symmetrical (Ghiordes), Asymmetrical (Persian).

At Los Angeles Home of Rugs, we are delighted to offer you a wide selection of authentic Persian rugs. We only stock hand knotted rugs that are not machine made, or handmade rugs through a variety of techniques, including hand-tufting, hand-hooking, or hand-weaving. This ensures that you receive a unique and high-quality product that will last for years to come. Read More

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