AROUND 4X6 PLEASE NOTE: Shopping cart is not enabled. Note rug SKU# and email us.

Showing 1–40 of 85 results

  • India 4’2″ x 5’10”

    $430.00

    Serapi made in India

    Quick View
  • Afghanistan 3’2″ x 6’3″

    $375.00

    Tribal made by nomadic weavers in Afghanistan

    Quick View
  • Turkey 3’6″ x 6’7″

    $485.00

    Kula rugs are woven in the Caucausus region of Turkey

    Quick View
  • Afghanistan 3’6″ x 6’1″

    $320.00

    Bahor woven by Pashtun and Baluch tribes in eastern Afghanistan

    Quick View
  • Central Asia 4’2″ x 6’0″

    $475.00

    Tajik Caucasian hand-knotted-by Afghan and Tajik weavers

    Quick View
  • Afghanistan 3’4″ x 6’4″

    $400.00

    Baluchi Teimani hand knotted in North Western Afghanistan

    Quick View
  • Afghanistan 3’11” x 6’0″

    $450.00

    Vintage tribal hand knotted wool

    Quick View
  • Afghanistan 3’8” x 6’5”

    $515.00

    Akhjah tribal 100% wool handwoven by the Esari Turkmen of Northern Afghanistan.

    Quick View
  • Turkish kilim 4’10” x 6’5″

    $495.00

    Flat-weave kilim from Anatolia, handmade by semi-nomadic tribes from wool and locally produced natural dyes.

    Quick View
  • Revival 3’7″ x 7’4″

    $520.00

    Persian Revival, pre-1930 hand-knotted with natural dyes, charming patina.

    Quick View
  • Afghan 3’3″ x 6’7″

    $385.00

    Afghan Akhjah hand-knotted.

    Quick View
  • Yoruk 3’11” x 6’6″

    $560.00

    Turkish Yoruk flat-weave wool with natural dyes and beautiful patina.

    Quick View
  • Persian Kashan 3’3″ x 5’2″

    $380.00

    Kashan, in Isfahan province south of Tehran, has an artistic tradition that is centuries old, and in fact the Persian word for “tile” comes from it’s name. Partly mountain and partly desert, Kashan was a strategically located trade center, as well as a resort since ancient times, and was well known for its architecture and gardens. Kashan rugs are hand-knotted wool on a cotton base, and often use distinctive pastel colours to highlight the bold reds, blues and indigos. Typical Kashan patterns use palmettos, leaves and arabesques around a central medalion.

    Quick View
  • Persian Kashan 3’3″ x 5’1″

    $375.00

    Kashan, in Isfahan province south of Tehran, has an artistic tradition that is centuries old, and in fact the Persian word for “tile” comes from it’s name. Partly mountain and partly desert, Kashan was a strategically located trade center, as well as a resort since ancient times, and was well known for its architecture and gardens. Kashan rugs are hand-knotted wool on a cotton base, and often use distinctive pastel colours to highlight the bold reds, blues and indigos. Typical Kashan patterns use palmettos, leaves and arabesques around a central medalion.

    Quick View
  • Persian Kashan 3’3″ x 5’1″

    $375.00

    Kashan, in Isfahan province south of Tehran, has an artistic tradition that is centuries old, and in fact the Persian word for “tile” comes from it’s name. Partly mountain and partly desert, Kashan was a strategically located trade center, as well as a resort since ancient times, and was well known for its architecture and gardens. Kashan rugs are hand-knotted wool on a cotton base, and often use distinctive pastel colours to highlight the bold reds, blues and indigos. Typical Kashan patterns use palmettos, leaves and arabesques around a central medalion.

    Quick View
  • Persian Mahal 3’3″ x 6’3″

    $460.00

    Mahal rugs take their name from the village of Mahallat, in the province of Arak, a famous rug producing area in north-central Iran. Weaving is a cottage industry in the area, and many families have been knotting these distinctive rugs, often with a relatively thick wool pile on a cotton foundation, since the 19th C.

    Quick View
  • Persian Hamadan 3’7″ x 6’3″

    $500.00

    Hamadan, an ancient city on the Silk Road west of Tehran, is a famous carpet weaving center. At an elevation of 1,850m above sea level – nearly a mile high – the local herders have long produced abundant, thick wool, and have had a need for the insulation of wool carpets during the long cold winters. The old Hamadan carpets – from the early 1900’s – have a weft of wool, but the base is now predominantly cotton. Nevertheless, the traditional medallion motifs and patterns hand-knotted in indigo blue and madder red, are the same as they have been for centuries.

    Quick View
  • Persian Hamadan 3’9″ x 6’1″

    $515.00

    Hamadan, an ancient city on the Silk Road west of Tehran, is a famous carpet weaving center. At an elevation of 1,850m above sea level – nearly a mile high – the local herders have long produced abundant, thick wool, and have had a need for the insulation of wool carpets during the long cold winters. The old Hamadan carpets – from the early 1900’s – have a weft of wool, but the base is now predominantly cotton. Nevertheless, the traditional medallion motifs and patterns hand-knotted in indigo blue and madder red, are the same as they have been for centuries.

    Quick View
  • Persian Hamadan 3’7″ x 6’8″

    $540.00

    Hamadan, an ancient city on the Silk Road west of Tehran, is a famous carpet weaving center. At an elevation of 1,850m above sea level – nearly a mile high – the local herders have long produced abundant, thick wool, and have had a need for the insulation of wool carpets during the long cold winters. The old Hamadan carpets – from the early 1900’s – have a weft of wool, but the base is now predominantly cotton. Nevertheless, the traditional medallion motifs and patterns hand-knotted in indigo blue and madder red, are the same as they have been for centuries.

    Quick View
  • Persian Lilihan 3’11” x 5’3″

    $465.00

    Lilihan is a village in the south of Arak province, an area of north central Iran famous for it’s rug weaving. The Lilihan weavers are mostly ethnic Armenians, and still use a typically Turkish knot style. Like nearby Kashan, the patterns often use palmettos, leaves and arabesques around a central medalion.

    Quick View
  • Lilihan 3’7 x 5’3 $420

    $420.00

    Lilihan is a village in the south of Arak province, an area of north central Iran famous for it’s rug weaving. The Lilihan weavers are mostly ethnic Armenians, and still use a typically Turkish knot style. Like nearby Kashan, the patterns often use palmettos, leaves and arabesques around a central medalion.

    Quick View
  • Hamadan 3’7 x 5’5 $440

    $440.00

    Hamadan, an ancient city on the Silk Road west of Tehran, is a famous carpet weaving center. At an elevation of 1,850m above sea level – nearly a mile high – the local herders have long produced abundant, thick wool, and have had a need for the insulation of wool carpets during the long cold winters. The old Hamadan carpets – from the early 1900’s – have a weft of wool, but the base is now predominantly cotton. Nevertheless, the traditional medallion motifs and patterns hand-knotted in indigo blue and madder red, are the same as they have been for centuries.

    Quick View
  • Hosseinabad 3’7 x 5’4 $430

    $430.00

    Hosseinabad is a village in Hamadan Province, in the north-east of Iran. Like the Hamadan rugs, these are made by a nomadic population living in the rugged, mountainous terrain who are traditional herders, and produce opulent, thick wool. Hosseinabad rugs still maintain a distinctive style, and have an excellent reputation for their high quality.

    Quick View
  • Hamadan 3’8 x 5’9 $470

    $470.00

    Hamadan, an ancient city on the Silk Road west of Tehran, is a famous carpet weaving center. At an elevation of 1,850m above sea level – nearly a mile high – the local herders have long produced abundant, thick wool, and have had a need for the insulation of wool carpets during the long cold winters. The old Hamadan carpets – from the early 1900’s – have a weft of wool, but the base is now predominantly cotton. Nevertheless, the traditional medallion motifs and patterns hand-knotted in indigo blue and madder red, are the same as they have been for centuries.

    Quick View
  • Iran Hamadan 3’5 x 5’7 $425

    $425.00

    Hamadan, an ancient city on the Silk Road west of Tehran, is a famous carpet weaving center. At an elevation of 1,850m above sea level – nearly a mile high – the local herders have long produced abundant, thick wool, and have had a need for the insulation of wool carpets during the long cold winters. The old Hamadan carpets – from the early 1900’s – have a weft of wool, but the base is now predominantly cotton. Nevertheless, the traditional medallion motifs and patterns hand-knotted in indigo blue and madder red, are the same as they have been for centuries.

    Quick View
  • Hamadan 3’9 x 5’5 $460

    $460.00

    Hamadan, an ancient city on the Silk Road west of Tehran, is a famous carpet weaving center. At an elevation of 1,850m above sea level – nearly a mile high – the local herders have long produced abundant, thick wool, and have had a need for the insulation of wool carpets during the long cold winters. The old Hamadan carpets – from the early 1900’s – have a weft of wool, but the base is now predominantly cotton. Nevertheless, the traditional medallion motifs and patterns hand-knotted in indigo blue and madder red, are the same as they have been for centuries.

    Quick View
  • Hamadan 3’7 x 5’9 $460

    $460.00

    Hamadan, an ancient city on the Silk Road west of Tehran, is a famous carpet weaving center. At an elevation of 1,850m above sea level – nearly a mile high – the local herders have long produced abundant, thick wool, and have had a need for the insulation of wool carpets during the long cold winters. The old Hamadan carpets – from the early 1900’s – have a weft of wool, but the base is now predominantly cotton. Nevertheless, the traditional medallion motifs and patterns hand-knotted in indigo blue and madder red, are the same as they have been for centuries.

    Quick View
  • Hamadan 3’8 x 5’3 $435

    $435.00

    Hamadan, an ancient city on the Silk Road west of Tehran, is a famous carpet weaving center. At an elevation of 1,850m above sea level – nearly a mile high – the local herders have long produced abundant, thick wool, and have had a need for the insulation of wool carpets during the long cold winters. The old Hamadan carpets – from the early 1900’s – have a weft of wool, but the base is now predominantly cotton. Nevertheless, the traditional medallion motifs and patterns hand-knotted in indigo blue and madder red, are the same as they have been for centuries.

    Quick View
  • Konya 3’3 x 6’6 $475

    $475.00

    Konya is an ancient city bordering Anatolia in southern Turkey.  The region has been continuously inhabited since at least 3000 BCE , and has a long carpet weaving tradition.

    Quick View
  • Melis 3’5x 5’11 $460

    $460.00

    Handwoven in southern Anatolia, the Melis rugs feature designs unchanged since the 19th C, woven with wool on a cotton base.

    Quick View
  • Baluchi 3’4 x 6’6 $300

    $300.00

    Baluchi bulk order. We made a deal to take everything that our supplier had, because we loved these terrific rugs so much, and we can pass on the savings to you! Baluchistan is the immense homeland of the Baluchi people, which over-laps Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran. Many of our favourite crafts come from here, including weaving, embroidery, and these hand-knotted wool rugs.

    Quick View
  • Baluchi 3′ x 6’7 $250

    $250.00

    Baluchi bulk order. We made a deal to take everything that our supplier had, because we loved these terrific rugs so much, and we can pass on the savings to you! Baluchistan is the immense homeland of the Baluchi people, which over-laps Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran. Many of our favourite crafts come from here, including weaving, embroidery, and these hand-knotted wool rugs.

    Quick View
  • Baluchi 3’1 x 6’7 $285

    $285.00

    Baluchi bulk order. We made a deal to take everything that our supplier had, because we loved these terrific rugs so much, and we can pass on the savings to you! Baluchistan is the immense homeland of the Baluchi people, which over-laps Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran. Many of our favourite crafts come from here, including weaving, embroidery, and these hand-knotted wool rugs.

    Quick View
  • Baluchi 3′ x 6’4 $265

    $265.00

    Baluchi bulk order. We made a deal to take everything that our supplier had, because we loved these terrific rugs so much, and we can pass on the savings to you! Baluchistan is the immense homeland of the Baluchi people, which over-laps Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran. Many of our favourite crafts come from here, including weaving, embroidery, and these hand-knotted wool rugs.

    Quick View
  • Baluchi 3’3 x 6’5 $290

    $290.00

    Baluchi bulk order. We made a deal to take everything that our supplier had, because we loved these terrific rugs so much, and we can pass on the savings to you! Baluchistan is the immense homeland of the Baluchi people, which over-laps Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran. Many of our favourite crafts come from here, including weaving, embroidery, and these hand-knotted wool rugs.

    Quick View
  • Baluchi 3’4 x 6’3 $295

    $295.00

    Baluchi bulk order. We made a deal to take everything that our supplier had, because we loved these terrific rugs so much, and we can pass on the savings to you! Baluchistan is the immense homeland of the Baluchi people, which over-laps Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran. Many of our favourite crafts come from here, including weaving, embroidery, and these hand-knotted wool rugs.

    Quick View
  • Baluchi 3’3 x 6’11 $250

    $250.00

    Baluchi bulk order. We made a deal to take everything that our supplier had, because we loved these terrific rugs so much, and we can pass on the savings to you! Baluchistan is the immense homeland of the Baluchi people, which over-laps Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran. Many of our favourite crafts come from here, including weaving, embroidery, and these hand-knotted wool rugs.

    Quick View
  • Baluchi 3’4 x 6’5 $300

    $300.00

    Baluchi bulk order. We made a deal to take everything that our supplier had, because we loved these terrific rugs so much, and we can pass on the savings to you! Baluchistan is the immense homeland of the Baluchi people, which over-laps Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran. Many of our favourite crafts come from here, including weaving, embroidery, and these hand-knotted wool rugs.

    Quick View
  • Baluchi 3’4 x 5’11 $275

    $275.00

    Baluchi bulk order. We made a deal to take everything that our supplier had, because we loved these terrific rugs so much, and we can pass on the savings to you! Baluchistan is the immense homeland of the Baluchi people, which over-laps Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran. Many of our favourite crafts come from here, including weaving, embroidery, and these hand-knotted wool rugs.

    Quick View
  • Baluchi 3’8 x 6’7 $335

    $335.00

    Baluchi bulk order. We made a deal to take everything that our supplier had, because we loved these terrific rugs so much, and we can pass on the savings to you! Baluchistan is the immense homeland of the Baluchi people, which over-laps Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran. Many of our favourite crafts come from here, including weaving, embroidery, and these hand-knotted wool rugs.

    Quick View