Oriental and Persian Rugs
A touch of uniqueness paired with the warmth of tradition is just what every homeowner craves for. Qaleen brings you a wide range of high-quality handmade Oriental and Persian rugs that exude brilliance and can force your guests to admire your exorbitant sense of aesthetic décor. The rugs are known for their high durability, soft texture, never-fading hues, and mesmerizing design patterns that can captivate the onlookers in their magical magnificence. Every single Persian rug takes months to be crafted while multiple weavers are at work knotting with their skilled hands. That’s the reason why an Oriental rug can be the most valuable and luxurious décor item in your home, attracting attention towards itself and drawing praises like nothing else. Also, each Oriental rug is unique in its own way since no two rugs share identical design patterns. Get your hands on these alluring artifacts of hand-knotted excellence and make your floor sing folk tales!
Rugs By Category: Oriental & Persian
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Firebrick Mamluk 5' 3 x 7' 6 - SKU 71480
Firebrick Ziegler 5' 7 x 8' - SKU 73357
Bisque Ziegler 4' 10 x 6' 6 - SKU 73358
Firebrick Ziegler 5' 1 x 6' 8 - SKU 73359
Firebrick Mamluk 5' 1 x 6' 9 - SKU 71483
Midnight Blue Ziegler 5' x 6' 9 - SKU 71484
Multi Colored Oushak 5' 1 x 7' 1 - SKU 71485
Midnight Blue Ziegler 4' 11 x 6' 10 - SKU 73362
Bisque Ziegler 5' 1 x 6' 7 - SKU 73363
Saddle Brown Ziegler 5' 8 x 7' 9 - SKU 71488
Firebrick Oushak 4' 11 x 6' 8 - SKU 73364
Bisque Ziegler 5' 7 x 8' 5 - SKU 73365
Firebrick Ziegler 5' 5 x 8' 5 - SKU 73366
Light Slate Grey Ziegler 2' 9 x 9' 6 - SKU 71492
Firebrick Ziegler 2' 8 x 9' 8 - SKU 73368
Multi Colored Ikat 2' 7 x 9' 9 - SKU 71494
Silver Ziegler 5' 1 x 7' 2 - SKU 71496
Multi Colored Kazak 5' 8 x 8' - SKU 73727
Black Ikat 4' 11 x 6' 6 - SKU 73728
Steel Blue Ziegler 11' 9 x 15' 2 - SKU 72002
Multi Colored Ikat 4' 10 x 6' 7 - SKU 73729
Ivory Hunting 2' 7 x 4' 4 - SKU 74250
Steel Blue Oushak 12' x 15' 1 - SKU 72003
Multi Colored Suzani 8' 1 x 10' - SKU 73730
Midnight Blue Mamluk 11' 9 x 17' 7 - SKU 72004
Orange Ikat 6' 1 x 9' 1 - SKU 73731
Black Hunting 2' 6 x 4' - SKU 74252
Dark Sea Green Ziegler 11' 11 x 14' 11 - SKU 72005
Dark Red Ikat 6' x 9' 1 - SKU 73732
Beige Ziegler 6' 7 x 9' 8 - SKU 37646
Multi Colored Hunting 3' 1 x 5' - SKU 74254
Multi Colored Hunting 3' x 5' - SKU 74255
Antique White Hunting 3' 6 x 5' 6 - SKU 74256
Darkgreen Hunting 3' x 5' - SKU 74257
Firebrick Bokhara 10' x 14' 2 - SKU 59606
Black Hunting 4' x 6' - SKU 74258
Firebrick Oushak 2' 6 x 9' 4 - SKU 72867
Saddle Brown Ziegler 8' 1 x 11' 4 - SKU 72869
Navajo White Isfahan 4' 2 x 6' 1 - SKU 73386
Rosy Brown Ziegler 9' 11 x 13' 8 - SKU 72870
Burlywood Sultanabad 2' 6 x 11' 11 - SKU 73387
Blanched Almond Kirman 5' 5 x 8' 4 - SKU 68343
Navajo White Ziegler 10' x 9' 9 - SKU 72871
Burlywood Mahal 2' 7 x 8' 8 - SKU 73388
Saddle Brown Ziegler 8' 1 x 7' 10 - SKU 72872
Burlywood Mahal 2' 7 x 8' 6 - SKU 73389
Navajo White Kirman 9' 1 x 12' 4 - SKU 73390
Firebrick Mamluk 4' 9 x 6' 11 - SKU 73391
Firebrick Mamluk 5' 10 x 8' 8 - SKU 73392
Firebrick Mamluk 4' 1 x 5' 11 - SKU 73393
Tan Mamluk 3' 11 x 6' 2 - SKU 73394
Firebrick Ziegler 6' x 8' 10 - SKU 73395
Firebrick Ziegler 3' 3 x 11' 5 - SKU 73396
Moccasin Ziegler 4' 11 x 5' 11 - SKU 73419
Multi Colored Ziegler 4' 11 x 6' 9 - SKU 73420
Dim Grey Mamluk 5' 11 x 8' 8 - SKU 73423
Dim Grey Ziegler 8' 2 x 10' 1 - SKU 73424
Grey Ziegler 8' x 9' 8 - SKU 73425
Red Ziegler 2' 8 x 13' 11 - SKU 73426
Red Mamluk 6' 11 x 9' 11 - SKU 73427
Bisque Mamluk 8' x 9' 9 - SKU 73428
Black Mamluk 8' 1 x 9' 7 - SKU 73429
Saddle Brown Mamluk 9' x 11' 9 - SKU 73430
Multi Colored Mamluk 8' 10 x 11' 11 - SKU 73431
Saddle Brown Mamluk 8' 11 x 11' 10 - SKU 73432
Black Herati 4' 9 x 6' 4 - SKU 73791
Bisque Ziegler 5' 9 x 7' 10 - SKU 73793
Orange Red Ikat 7' 11 x 10' 1 - SKU 73794
Bisque Ziegler 8' 1 x 9' 9 - SKU 73795
Bisque Ziegler 8' x 10' 9 - SKU 73447
Bisque Ziegler 8' 4 x 9' 11 - SKU 73448
Firebrick Ziegler 8' x 10' - SKU 73449
Maroon Ziegler 6' 9 x 9' 3 - SKU 71588
Multi Colored Kazak 7' 11 x 9' 9 - SKU 73450
Tan Ziegler 8' 2 x 10' 2 - SKU 73451
Light Slate Grey Ziegler 8' 4 x 9' 10 - SKU 73452
Firebrick Serapi 8' x 10' 4 - SKU 73453
Bisque Ziegler 8' 8 x 11' 10 - SKU 71592
Firebrick Serapi 8' 1 x 9' 10 - SKU 73454
Steel Blue Ziegler 7' 11 x 10' - SKU 73455
Navajo White Ziegler 2' 5 x 9' 7 - SKU 71594
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Carrying an old-world charm, rugs and carpets have been part of Oriental culture since a long period of time. They are said to have originated in Russia and matured in Persia over thousands of years. From sitting, sleeping, and gathering, the handwoven Oriental wool and silk rugs have been used for various purposes in Persia. In fact, they were considered as one of the most valuable possessions any Persian family has. The carpets and rugs were also widely used to accentuate the grandeur of palace floors and religious places of worship. Unique designs, organic materials, motifs, and marvelous weaving methods are some elements that make oriental rugs valuable and utterly luxurious for home décor.
The trade of rug weaving was flourished between the periods of 16th to the 19th century, thereby being termed as the golden period of rugs. It is said that the art of rug weaving was introduced to Turkey when the king of Persia visited the nation. The revolutionary tradition of rug weaving was however limited to the Eastern Hemisphere only, hence the floorcoverings are termed as Oriental rugs.
Italian traders brought these rugs to Europe somewhere during the 16th century. Soon handwoven Oriental and Persian rugs could be seen in the European courts and holy places. It was the period between the 17th and 18th centuries when the popularity of these rugs was at a peak in Europe, especially after the great exhibition of Vienna. The heavy demand for the Oriental rugs among Europeans flourished the trade even more.
In 1949, the Pazyrk rug, the first known Handmade Oriental rug, was discovered by the Russian archaeological team in the Altai Mountains in Siberia. This beautifully designed carpet is said to be made in the 4th or 5th century BC. It is preserved in a Russian museum till this day.
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The history of Sultanabad rugs dates back to the 19th century. Counted among the most popular rugs, they are the brainchild of a British firm Ziegler & Co. that was a rug-making factory setup in Sultanabad. The firm supplied these rugs to the Western nations. Sultanabad rugs feature fine knots, thick piles and finest quality of wool. The sample of this rug is also used by the designers to show the quality of Oriental rugs for sale.
Bijdar Rugs are also known as the Iron rugs of Iran due to their weight and durability. These Iranian Oriental rugs are one of the most popular rug types in the USA, and are often found in homes of rug lovers located in New York and Virginia. They are heavy because of their two wefts. They have high knot density to be piled thickly. However, folding them during shipping can damage them. They should be rolled instead. Mina Khani and Herati are the most popular patterns in this category of oriental handmade rugs. They are two of the luxurious and beautiful area rugs available in the market.
They have been named after the city of Tabriz that is one of the largest rug-making hubs in the world. This rug comes in an endless variety of designs, styles, and sizes. Tabriz rugs are the largest selling rugs in the category of Oriental handmade rugs. They are made of cotton, piled with thick wool and the knot density is higher than 150 (even reaches up to 850 knots per square inch (KPSI).
Agra rugs are the perfect blend of Turkish, Mughal and Persian designs. Counted among the popular Indian rugs, they are praised for their heavy weight and durability. They last a lifetime, if handled with care. The base material used in these rugs is cotton while they have a longer pile and high knot density.
Another popular rug from India! Amritsar rugs are named after the Amritsar city located in the North West of India. They mimic Agra rugs with slight modifications. The main manufacturers of these rugs were British and Americans; their designs reflect an interesting combination of Mughals, Persians, and Turkish patterns. Amritsar rugs are known for their weight while they have the foundation made up of cotton. They have a thick pile and higher knot densities, making them durable and long-lasting.
A mesmerizing design, durability, and unmatched beauty—these are some characteristics of Kashan rugs. No wonder why they are one of the most sought-after rugs. They belong to the Kashan region of Iran, hence called Kashan rugs. The manufacturing of these Oriental rugs in this city dates back to the 16th century. Iranians have mastered the art of knitting these phenomenal Kashan rugs.
Their intricate design makes them more beautiful and provides a classy look as well. They are used by homeowners to add space to their interiors. These are some of the finest of rugs with a foundation mostly made up of cotton, however, a few extraordinary pieces may use silk as a foundation. They feature high knot density ranging from 200 to 800 knots per square inch (KPSI). The most popular colors in Kashan rugs are green, red, and ivory. Blue can be found in the contemporary designs of these rugs.
Understanding the Two Design Categories of Oriental Rugs
Oriental rugs come in endless numbers of designs. Some of these designs have been in use for centuries.
The design of oriental rugs is divided into 2 categories—Floral and Geometric. Floral design is generally used in the rugs made in India, Iran, and Pakistani rugs. While the Turkmen and Caucasians mostly use geometric designs on their rugs; in some regions of Turkey, both geometric and floral designs are used in the designing of rugs.
Chinese rugs are known for their popular patterns like monsters, dragons, birds, etc; these floral, geometric and monster designs have special meanings in Chinese mythology - the palm and coconut are symbols for blessings and self-actualization. Monsters and dragons are symbols of warriors.
What Materials are Used in Oriental Rugs?
The most commonly used materials in the manufacturing of these Antique Oriental rugs are different types of sheep wool, cotton, pure silk, camel's hair, and goat's hair.
Kirman, Kurdistan, and Khorasan are known as the sources of the finest quality of wool. Central Asia is known for providing high-quality wool that is known for its luster and strength.
The materials used for twist and weft thread vary based on regions. For example, in Persia and Pakistan, the cotton foundation is used in the manufacturing of the rugs. However, Caucasus prefers wool over cotton foundation. The rugs made from silk are the most expensive ones. The wool of sheep is still considered to be the best choice for the pile of Oriental rugs.
How to Take Care of Your Handmade Oriental Rugs
Oriental rugs require a high level of maintenance when it comes to taking care of them and cleaning. Here’s how you can take care of your Oriental rugs.
Know When to Rotate Them:
The Oriental rugs should be rotated one to two times a year. However, for a crowded place, they should be rotated every month or two. It will keep your rug in top shape and intact as well.
Protect them from Sunlight:
Sunlight can fade your Persian rugs. Therefore, they should be kept away from exposure. Try rotating your rugs more often; this will maintain uniformity and consistency in the fading spots of the rug.
Over time, the rug’s fabrics get infused with dirt, debris and pet hairs, damaging the natural appeal and the beauty of your valuable Oriental rugs. Therefore, make sure to vacuum your rugs at least once a month.
Most Oriental and Persian rugs have fringes on the end that are likely to be twisted and tangled very easily. Combing through those fringes can damage the natural fibers of the fringe. Instead, flip the rug end over end to keep the fringe straight out naturally. You can do it by grabbing one end of the carpet and walking it over the end. Besides, make sure to shake the rug gently during the process.
Place soft padding beneath your rugs to prevent the wrinkling of your rug, and also aid in maintaining its shape and provides a very comfortable place for you to sit and do your work.
Place damped cloth or sponge on the surface of the Oriental rug and wipe it down to remove surface dust. Professional washing is highly recommended by experts. The rugs which are professionally washed after 3 to 5 years have an extended life and are more comfortable to use.
Airing it Out:
Make sure to dry out your rugs every 6 months. It will protect your rugs from absorbing moisture, increasing the life expectancy of your precious Oriental rug.
Changing the Pathway:
To delaying overly wearing down one part of the Oriental rug, rearrange your furniture to create new pathways every six months or so. This will increase the lifespan of your Persian floorcloth.
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All the handmade Oriental and Persian rugs available at our online store are sourced directly from rug manufacturing hubs in India, Iran, Pakistan, and Afghanistan. Each and every single rug is crafted by skilled weavers who’ve learnt the ancient weaving techniques from their ancestors and work for long hours every day to keep the art of carpet weaving alive in this machine-run world.
You can find Oriental rugs of all shapes, colors, sizes and styles on our website. From small modern runners to large oversized handmade Persian rugs – we have it all. And, good news is, a wide range of our most valuable and intricately woven Persian rugs are available now at discounted prices. With us, you can even find exquisite faded rugs at cheap rates and in the best possible quality.
Want to get a Persian rug custom-made for you? Simply share the image of your ideal rug, guide us on the materials to use and the color schemes you’d prefer, and we’d get the rug designed, crafted, and delivered to your doorstep without you having to pay any additional shipment charges.
Pair up the traditional handmade Persian rug with modern furnishings and contemporary furniture to create a transitional style. Also, if you’re going for a bright Oriental rug featuring bold geometric patterns, make sure to create a balance in your interior décor by placing it in a room with minimal furnishings.
For instance, if your Oriental rug features shades of red, pick sofas in earthy tones such as beige or off-white so your rug would really stand out and direct attention towards itself.
In any case, remember not to create a look that’s too overwhelming by pairing a bright patterned Oriental rug with bold furniture, or combining all things dark and traditional.
You can also get some Oriental runner rugs to light-up the hallways around your home, or add a bit of spice to the staircase. The presence of a Persian rug is sure to add a touch of royalty to your living space!
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An area rug is more than a piece of home décor. It is the heart and soul of your living spaces especially a living room or dining room. Besides adding the luxurious touch to your interiors, they provide warmth and comfort. Therefore, we sell high-quality Oriental area rugs and carpets online which are high on quality and aesthetics. Here are some striking reasons to choose us when you look to buy Oriental rugs online…
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