2’6″ x 8′ I-Kerman Runner (PRUN-107)

For about the last 100 years a major source of high grade Persian carpets came from Kerman, the capitol city…

2′ x 9′ PR-Balouch Runner (PRUN-090-C)

Balouchi rugs are hand knotted rugs originally woven by the Balouchi tribe living near the border between Baluchistan, Northeast Iran…

2’2″ x 6’6″ PR-Karajeh Runner (PRUN-074)

Karajeh is a small village near Tabriz. What makes these rugs distinguishable from all others, is the use of triple…

2’10” x 9’7″ P-Kazak Runner (PRUN-066)

The Kazak rug is one of the most popular, and it isn’t difficult to understand why. This rug would add…

2’7″ x 8’7″ P-Oushak Runner (PRUN-019)

Oushak Carpets are Turkish carpets that use a particular family of designs, called by convention after the city of Usak, Turkey –…

2’6″ x 9’9″ P-Fine Kazak Runner (PRUN-040)

Kazak rugs are a type of Armenian rug that were woven in the south of Caucasus, between Tiflis and Erevan. They are not…

2’7″ x 9’9″ P-Oushak Runner (PRUN-037)

Almost from the beginning of the Ottoman empire, Oushak has been a major production center of Turkish rugs. After the…

2’7″ x 10’2″ C-Tabriz Runner (PRUN-034)

The art of Tabriz carpet was in its zenith in the 12th – 16th centuries. About 200 Tabriz school masterpieces…

2’6″ x 8′ C-Tabriz Runner (PRUN-031)

Any rug that incorporates black, red and white into its design is sure to be a winner. Tabriz has been…

2’7″ x 10’3″ P-Tabriz Runner (PRUN-030-C)

Many of the merchants from Tabriz decided to establish workshops in Sultanabad to produce rugs for the western market during…

2’7″ x 10’2″ P-Oushak Runner (PRUN-046-C)

Oushak rugs originated in the small town of Oushak in west-central Anatolia, today just south of Istanbul, Turkey. Unlike most…