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Arak Persian Carpets

In the province of Farahan is found the city of Arak, formerly known as Sultanabad, with 500,000 citizens it is built on the ruins of a small town called Daskerah. 125 more words

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Kashkooli Persian Carpets

Kashkooli carpets are with high knot density and thinner than ordinary Gabbeh carpets. The Persian Gabbeh carpets are very durable and their quality is very good.

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Songhor Persian Carpets

The rugs Songhor have high quality wool and herbal colors. The large designs are impressive with the primary color being red and shades of it.

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Afghan Oriental Carpets

Afghan carpets are woven in villages and handmade-carpet workshops in Afghanistan. The deep reds and the entire range of red, from purple to brown are their dominant colors. 55 more words

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Azari Persian Carpets

The carpets Azari are often woven with geometric designs and a large medallion that dominates the centre. The designs are traditional and they are woven from memory. 9 more words

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Nain Tabas Persian Carpets

Nain is a small city in central Iran, near the famous city of Isfahan. Before the start of the 20th century, it was known for producing high quality handmade woolen fabrics. 60 more words

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Lavar Persian Carpets

Lavar rugs are known around the world and have found their place in many homes.

Lavar rugs were produced in Ravar village next to Kerman city in the northern region, and are known particularly for their fine weave and elegant, classically derived design of allover and central medallion formats.

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