Fine Silk Persian Qum Rug

History of Silk Persian Qum Rugs

Pure silk rugs have been made in Tabriz, Kashan and other cities in Iran, but the city of Qum also known as Qom, Quom or Ghom is the most notable producer of silk Persian rugs woven with the luminescent fiber.

Fine Silk Persian Qum Rug

History of Silk Persian Qum Rugs

Pure silk rugs have been made in Tabriz, Kashan and other cities in Iran, but the city of Qum also known as Qom, Quom or Ghom is the most notable producer of silk Persian rugs woven with the luminescent fiber.

Habibian Nain Rug

The Persian Habibian Nain Rug From Today’s Master Weaver

The Habibian rug is one of the most prestigious carpet types to emerge during the 20th century, and they are still offered today. The master weaver Fatollah Habibi (1903-1995) is generally regarded as the father of Nain rugs and one

Habibian Nain Rug

The Persian Habibian Nain Rug From Today’s Master Weaver

The Habibian rug is one of the most prestigious carpet types to emerge during the 20th century, and they are still offered today. The master weaver Fatollah Habibi (1903-1995) is generally regarded as the father of Nain rugs and one

A Family of Master Weavers: Persian Seirafian Isfahan Rugs

The Seirafian Isfahan moniker is synonymous with luxury, exclusivity and quality. Among the great city carpets produced in Iran are a sub-group of rugs recognized for their outstanding construction, quality and design. These are the carpets produced by master weavers

A Family of Master Weavers: Persian Seirafian Isfahan Rugs

The Seirafian Isfahan moniker is synonymous with luxury, exclusivity and quality. Among the great city carpets produced in Iran are a sub-group of rugs recognized for their outstanding construction, quality and design. These are the carpets produced by master weavers

Pure Silk Persian unting Rug

The Beauty of The Persian Hunting Rug

The Persian hunting design is one of the oldest and most elusive carpet styles. Originally created for Shahs and imperial leaders, the Persian hunting rug embodies a regal handsomeness and masculinity that is seldom seen in Persian city carpets. Rugs

Pure Silk Persian unting Rug

The Beauty of The Persian Hunting Rug

The Persian hunting design is one of the oldest and most elusive carpet styles. Originally created for Shahs and imperial leaders, the Persian hunting rug embodies a regal handsomeness and masculinity that is seldom seen in Persian city carpets. Rugs

In search of a Persian Tabriz Mahi Rug

Persian Tabriz Mahi Design One of the greatest experiences I’ve had traveling is the visit I made to Tehran in late 2004. I often saw the Iranian immigrants in the United States with their Persian rugs in the mall lots.

In search of a Persian Tabriz Mahi Rug

Persian Tabriz Mahi Design One of the greatest experiences I’ve had traveling is the visit I made to Tehran in late 2004. I often saw the Iranian immigrants in the United States with their Persian rugs in the mall lots.

Persian Tabriz Gonbad Rug

Persian Rugs | Gonbad Design | Gombad Carpets

There’s nothing more romantic than imported furniture.  An antique end table can tell the story of a bachelor who finds love in France, as a silk tapestry could evoke images of Chinese royalty dining in an extravagant banquet hall.  For

Persian Tabriz Gonbad Rug

Persian Rugs | Gonbad Design | Gombad Carpets

There’s nothing more romantic than imported furniture.  An antique end table can tell the story of a bachelor who finds love in France, as a silk tapestry could evoke images of Chinese royalty dining in an extravagant banquet hall.  For

Persian Rug Embargo Won’t Raise Our Prices

On September 29, 2010, the United States government placed an embargo on all products imported from Iran.  A US/Iran embargo happened once in the past and lasted for thirteen years, although that embargo had an exception for Persian rugs. This

Persian Rug Embargo Won’t Raise Our Prices

On September 29, 2010, the United States government placed an embargo on all products imported from Iran.  A US/Iran embargo happened once in the past and lasted for thirteen years, although that embargo had an exception for Persian rugs. This