Persian Rug Cleaning

Persian Rug Cleaning – CitruSolution Persian Rug Cleaning of Alpharetta

Persian rugs can be classified into Persian City Rugs and Persian Tribal Rugs. These are some of the most popular Persian rugs (the first four fall under Persian City Rugs):.

Wiss Rugs: These tribal handcrafted rugs come from the village of Wiss, near Hamedan in Iran. Wiss rugs are known for the resemblance to Arak and Tabriz designs.

Shiraz Rugs: Hand-woven rugs made in Shiraz, Central Iran, simply done with crudely done with the pile cut long with plain color schemes. Geometric motifs, small animals or plants are commonly used in the designs with selvages done with a barber-pole effect using two colors. Red is the main color used.

Kerman Rugs: These are also mostly curvilinear in pattern. Traditional Kerman designs include all-over floral, boteh, stripes, paneled garden, prayer, vase, garden, hunting, animal, and pictorials using both European and persian themes etc.

Kashan Rugs: About 95% of the Kashan rugs pattern is curvilinear. The common background Kashan rug colors are navy, rich red, beige and ivory. Other colors such as red, blue, turquoise, ocher, beige, white, occasionally green and brown are used for the designs.

Persian rugs can be classified into Persian City Rugs and Persian Tribal Rugs. Each type within these two is normally named after the city or tribal name in which it is manufactured and designed. These are some of the most popular Persian rugs (the first four fall under Persian City Rugs):.

Tabriz Rugs: Most of the designs are curvilinear though geometric are also found. The symmetric (Turkish) knot is common with numerous colors used in one rug, and very diverse in palette. The overall look of Tabriz rugs is pastel.

Afshar Rugs: These are smaller rugs usually designed with geometric pattern. The foundation is often wool, but cotton foundation may also be used in some rugs.

Baluch Rugs: These rugs are hand-woven by the nomadic people of the Baluch tribe in southern Iran, following an ancient Persian tradition, dating back to 2500 years. The design is unique with an overall pattern, with rich burgundy with some navy and ivory as the main colors.

Afshar Rugs: These are smaller rugs usually designed with geometric pattern. Kashan Rugs: About 95% of the Kashan rugs pattern is curvilinear. Shiraz Rugs: Hand-woven rugs made in Shiraz, Central Iran, simply done with crudely done with the pile cut long with plain color schemes.

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