4’10” x 6’10” I-Sarouk Rug (ORG58-003)
Sarouk is a name of a village situated about 25 miles north of Arak (Sultanabad). This region became one of the most active regions of carpet weaving in the late 19th Century through the early 20th Century. The city’s most famous designer was named Farahan. To be able to compete with Kashan in rug commerce, Farahan designed rugs with center medallion motives. Today, these carpets are referred to as Antique 19th century Farahan Sarouks. This rug is one that really needs to be seen in person, in order to appreciate the sheer elegance and stunning blend of colors to make this a true work of art. The color palette consists of navy, red, ivory and subtle greens.
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6′ x 6′ P-Caucasian Rug (ORG58-022)
Most older Caucasian antique tribal carpets are “all wool” – not only the knotted pile, but the warp and weft…