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Welcome To The World Of Persian Rugs

Entering the world of genuine Persian rugs is a unique journey. Exploring this world reveals hidden histories and ancient traditions. Some patterns were familial patterns for thousands of years. Many designs will across different cultures and people. In the rug world, the mundane becomes the mysterious. Patterns such as flowers and geometric figures have deep symbolism. Many of these shapes carry deep meaning.

What Are Antique Persian Rugs?

The term “Persian Rugs” refers to those area rugs woven in modern day Iran. For a Persian rug to be antique, it would need to be at least 80 years old.

Are Persian and Iranian Rugs The Same Thing?

Persian and Iranian rugs they are one and the same.

What is the difference between a Persian rug and an Oriental rug?

The term “Oriental” refers to the rug’s weaving location. In this case it means Asia. Rugs woven in the modern day country of Iran, are Oriental. That said, not all Oriental rugs are Persian.

What is the difference between a Persian rug and an Oriental rug?

In rugs, the term “Oriental” refers to the weaving location of a rug. In this case it means Asia.

So all the rugs woven in what is Iran today, are “Oriental rugs”.

That said, not all Oriental rugs are of Persian origin. That is because many come from other countries.

Why do some people shop only for Persian rugs?

People choose to shop for these pieces for several reasons, including:

  • Artistic and Quality Value: These carpets boast magnificent designs. They are high-quality and have true artistic value. The rich history of these carpets contribute to their appeal.
  • Designs and Patterns: These examples feature unique designs and patterns. They reflect Iran’s cultural, historical and regional diversity. Each rug tells a story. Each showcases the artistic traditions of the area.
  • Quality Materials: Rugs woven in Persia use quality materials. These include cotton, silk and wool. Or a combination of both like silk and wool pile. Natural materials and techniques contribute to their appeal.
  • Investment: People buy these carpets as investments. Over time, they have potential to appreciate in value. The rare and fine examples, can become valuable items.
  • Culture and History: These rugs symbolize Persian culture and history. People buy them who appreciate that aspect. They celebrate the rich heritage and traditions of these textile art pieces.
  • Luxury: These rugs have a luxurious and elegant appearance. They enhance the aesthetic appeal of a space. Many people choose these rugs as a statement pieces. They do add a touch of opulence to their homes or offices.
  • Traditional and Timeless: These rugs have a timeless quality that transcends trends. They purchased for their classic and traditional appeal. This makes them suitable for various interior design styles.
  • Handmade and Authentic: An “authentic Persian rug” is handmade. People the world over appreciate the skill involved. The labor-intensive process of weaving each rug by hand adds to their appeal.

It’s important to note that the reasons for choosing area rugs from Persia can vary. Personal preferences and cultural appreciation have an influence.

Who buys Persian rugs?

Many People buy and appreciate Persian rugs for a range of reasons.

Some categories of buyers interested in acquiring these rugs:

  • Art and Antique Connoisseurs: Art and antique connoisseurs love these rugs. Some appreciate the historical significance. Others are drawn to the quality and unique designs. Experts seek out the better and rare antique examples.
  • Interior Designers: Decorators love to incorporate these rugs. They are versatile in design, color and size. This makes them suitable for a wide range of interior decor styles.
  • Homeowners: People who love luxury and elegance love these rugs. These carpets enhance the aesthetics of any home. They serve as focal points in living spaces. They contribute to a sense of warmth and worldliness.
  • Investors: Some buyers view these carpets as investments. Antique and rare examples may appreciate in value over time. This makes them attractive to those looking for tangible assets.
  • Connoisseurs of Handcrafted Items: Much skill is needed to making these rugs. It draws those who appreciate handmade, artisanal products. The detail and traditional weaving techniques add to the appeal.
  • Luxury Lovers: These carpets encapsulate luxury and opulence. People seeking to create a luxurious ambiance will buy these rugs.
  • Cultural Enthusiasts: Those interested in Persia buy these rugs. They are great a way to connect with the cultural heritage of Iran. The designs and motifs on the rugs carry cultural and symbolic meanings.
  • Hotels and Businesses: Upscale hotels and businesses will invest in these rugs. Especially those who focus on creating a refined atmosphere. These rugs contribute to a sense of luxury and unique ambiance.

The reasons for buying Persian rugs can vary among people. Some buyers may be drawn to the cultural and historical aspects. Others may prioritize the aesthetics or investment value. Steady demand for good examples, ensures that many people will want them.

Do Persian rugs go out of style?

The area rugs from Persia are timeless and classic. This makes them less prone to going out of style. Especially when compared to some current trends.

A few reasons why Persian rugs tend to maintain their appeal over time:

  • Classic Designs: These rugs feature classic and traditional designs. They boast timeless patterns and historical or cultural motifs. They contribute to their enduring demand.
  • Cultural Significance: These carpets carry cultural significance. They are rich in history. They reflect the traditions of the region. The cultural connection goes beyond home design trends.
  • Handcrafted Quality: Authentic Persian carpets are hand knotted. The traditional weaving techniques make the rugs timeless. The skill and attention to detail contribute to their enduring quality. Handmade rugs have a lasting appeal that machine-made products may lack.
  • Natural Materials: These rugs boast quality natural materials. The use of these materials enhances the endurance of the rugs. They make the rugs a sustainable and eco-friendly choice.
  • Collectible Value: Some rare antique pieces have collectible value. This perception of value can make them desirable across generations. This adds to their strong demand.

Persian rugs not fads, but personal preferences do vary. Some people may prefer more modern or minimal styles. Such choices do influence the perception of what is popular.

The rugs from Iran do work in diverse interior design styles. People appreciate their beauty, quality and cultural significance.

Why are Persian rugs so iconic?

Persian carpets are iconic for several reasons. They have rich histories, cultural significance and intricate designs.

Key factors contributing to the iconic status of Persian rugs:

  • Historical Heritage: These rugs have a long and storied history. One that dates back thousands of years. The art of rugs in Persia (modern-day Iran) has been passed down through generations. They have deep historical connections. This making these rugs a piece of a rich cultural heritage.
  • Culture and Symbolism: The rugs feature intricate designs and patterns. You can see the cultural and symbolic meanings. These motifs represent nature, mythology, or historical events. This adds a layer of significance to the rugs.
  • Skill: Authentic Persian carpets are handwoven. Skilled artisans create them using traditional techniques. The level of skill involved in creating each rug is an art form. The meticulous process contributes to the uniqueness of each piece.
  • Variety of Designs: The rugs boast varieties of designs and patterns. They reflect the diversity of regions within Iran. You can find tribal geometric patterns. You can see fine floral motifs as well. The range in design allows people to find rugs the lovey. They compliment different interior styles.
  • Good Materials: Most of the rugs are wool, silk or a combination of both. The use of natural fibers enhances the texture and sheen of the rugs.
  • Timelessness: These rugs are classic and timeless. The beautiful designs make them adaptable to various design trends. Some modern styles that may go in and out of fashion. But Persian rugs have an enduring aesthetic that transcends time.
  • Global love: Persian carpets have gained global acclaim. Collectors, interior designers and people everywhere love them. This global love has contributed to their iconic status. They are a symbol of luxury and worldliness.
  • Investment Value: Some fascinating carpets are rare pieces. They can be valuable investments. These rugs can appreciate in value over time. This adds to their allure and contributes to their iconic status.

In summary, these examples are iconic for many reasons. They have historical significance, symbolism and timeless beauty. These factors make the rugs more than just floor coverings. They are works of art. As such, they resonate with wide range of people.

What Patterns and Designs Can Expect To See In Persian Rugs?

According to ancient beliefs, certain elements offer protective qualities. These include geometric figures, animals and other symbols. These are meant to protect the rug’s owner from evil and misfortune. The tribal designs in Persian rugs are examples of art imitating life.

There are countless Persian designs maintained by weavers throughout Persia. When designs and techniques combine, the options are limitless. Antique Oriental rugs from Persia, are astonishing in range of look and feel. From nomadic to imperial weaving traditions – these rugs have it all.

Global trade of rugs from Persia dates back thousands of years. It resulted in fascinating interchange of designs between East and West. Antique Persian rugs are one-of-a-kind and contain their own story. Each Persian rug boasts intricate histories of all rugs woven before and since.

Antique Persian Rugs by Nazmiyal

Discover The Beauty of Persian Rugs

Decorating Your Home With Persian Rugs

Persian rugs leave an unbeatable visual impact in home design. These rugs and carpets have a timeless, classical elegance. That’s why the feel right at home in most Western interiors. For centuries, these hand woven rugs have been the “gold standard” in rug design. The colors, motifs and tasteful patterns feel relaxed and balanced.

People love the designs in antique rugs made in Iran. They feature flawless proportions, effortless fluidity and timeless style. Designs and proportion are perfect without seeming stiff, rigid or uninspired. People prize antique and vintage Persian carpets today. They are durable and showcase sumptuous textures and strong colors. The perfect proportion designs are the secret behind their ageless elegance.

The making of Persian carpets

The construction of Persian rugs varies based origin. Each city, region or village has a unique approach. Single looping knots, “Senneh knots”, seen in traditional examples. The vertical strand of thread in a Persian carpet has one loop.

The single knot is essential in establishing the rug origin. It may help in identifying the artisans who made it. To identify the rug knot used, splay open the pile. Just bend the rug against itself and looking at the base of the knot.

When did the carpet production in Persia begin?

In the Middle East, Persian rugs are the most varied and extensive. 9th century pile carpet fragments discovered at Fostat near Cairo. People imported them from what is the country of Iran today. In Iran carpet making began during the Mongol or Ilkhanid period – 1300. It continued during the Timurid period through the 15th century.

Major production took place in Tabriz, Kerman, and Isfahan. But we have no historical evidence of carpet making in Isfahan. At least during the early years of rug production.

The “golden area” of Persian carpet weaving began after 1500. That is when the foundation of the Safavid dynasty by Shah Ismail began. During the 16th and 17th centuries, Persia produced many great masterpiece carpets. Some are in existence today.

During these periods, people exported these carpets around the globe. This includes countries from Japan to Western Europe. Carpet loot, from Ottoman Turks, after the 1683 Battle of Vienna, was Persian. This is despite the Turks being big carpet producers.

What was the peak of the Persian carpet production?

The carpet production in Persia peaked during the late 19th century. These carpets had become synonymous with “Oriental rugs”. Persian rug weavers regained their predecessors’ competence at this time.

This is true for older weaving centers like Tabriz and Kerman. It is true in newer centers like Sultanabad or Kashan. Since then, Persian carpets boasted dizzying arrays of styles. From fine urban productions to bold village and nomadic pieces.

Oversized Antique Persian Kerman Carpet 48210 by Nazmiyal NYC

Oversized Antique Persian Kerman Carpet

What routes and methods allowed Persian rugs to reach other countries?

Following the Silk Road, the rugs from Persia made their way west to Europe. In Spain, Islamic insurgence, brought the rug weaving traditions. In most part from Northern Africa, and Morocco, to Southern Europe. Italy’s upper class loved these rugs. Especially those from the Caucasus and Transylvania.

In the Caucasus, in the bottleneck of rug weaving traditions. This intensified by displaced ethnic groups. The groups include Romania, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia. They shared cross-cultural designs that made their way to Eastern Europe. Carpets and weaving thrived in Europe, Scandinavia and Great Britain. They traded them longstanding Viking trade routes, through the harsh Arctic Sea.

What is the most famous carpet from Persia?

The most famous Persian carpets came from Tabriz. They are referred to as the twin Ardabil carpets. They are in the Victoria & Albert Museum and Los Angeles Country Museum.

What are some of the best styles and types of Persian carpets?

A 19th century merino wool importer revived the rug industry. It was the great master weaver Mohtashem. He is responsible for the fine woven carpets made in both wool and / or silk..

There are three main styles of Persian rugs:

  • Mohtashem Kashan rugs showcase purple or ruby red silk bindings. You see them in the selvages. Pretty much all these rugs have blue wefts. These are some of the most regarded of all the Kashan weaving.
  • Kerman carpets, have a unique structure called the ‘vase technique’. The earliest vase carpets, have been escalating in value.
  • Iconic Garden carpets. These feature formal gardens and water channels.

The Major Persian Carpet Making Regions

Persian carpet weaving, in modern day Iran has a long history. Iran creates beautiful and sumptuous handmade carpets. Carpet weaving in Persian is part of the culture. Ancient Iranian rug weavers elevated weaving into an art form. They used a wonderful mix of colors and patterns.

Persian carpet weaving takes place made all over Iran today. Old rug weaving centers were Tabriz, Heriz, Kerman, Sarouk and Sultanabad.

Rugs Woven In Tabriz:

Tabriz is a city with a long and colorful history. It was once the capital of a series of khanate rulers. This includes the famed Safavid Empire. Today it is the capital of East Azerbaijan Province of Iran. It is significant to carpet and rug lovers. This is because it is one of the oldest rug weaving centers. The golden age of weaving in Tabriz is between the 12th and 16th century. The city remains an important center for rug weaving today.

Photo of the Tabriz Region in Iran, Nazmiyal Collection

Tabriz Region in Iran

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Rugs Woven In Heriz:

Heriz is a city in the East Azerbaijan Province of Iran. It is near the city of Tabriz. This small city made tough and durable wool rugs of the finest quality. The wool’s toughness is due to the copper on the slope of Mount Sabalan. Traces of copper in the drinking water makes the local sheep’s wool tougher. More than wool found in other areas. Their toughness and range of sizes make them great for decorating.

Photo of Mount Sabalan, near Heriz. Nazmiyal Collection

Mount Sabalan, near Heriz.

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Rugs Woven In Kerman:

Kerman was once the capital of Iran. Today it is the capital of the Kerman Province of Iran. It is the largest and the most important city in southeastern Iran. It is home to many historic mosques and Zoroastrian fire temples. For years, the city has been a center for high quality carpets. Among antique carpets, Kerman carpets are considered to be among the finest. Collectors love them for their beautiful designs. They feature broad color pallets and use natural fibers and dyes.

Photo of Kerman Region in Iran, Nazmiyal Collection

Kerman Region in Iran

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Rugs Woven in Sarouk:

Sarouk is a town located in Markazi Province in northwestern Iran. The town and the nearby city of Arak, are famous for their carpets. Many boast tough and durable high quality wool.

Sarouk rugs are among the finest in the world. Americans in the 20th century loved the floral design of these rugs. Today, the finest Sarouk rugs come from a small town called Ghiassabad.

Arak Region in Iran, near Sarouk. Nazmiyal Collection

Arak Region in Iran, near Sarouk

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You can choose rugs with formal designs of the carpet weaving centers. You can go for more rustic tribal rugs. It depends on the look and feel that you want for the room. Browse our site and see our selection. We have both city and village produced rugs for your next design inspiration.

Are all Persian rug designs the same or do they vary?

Persian rugs are among the most diverse and beautiful of all the Oriental rugs. They boast a rich story of the cultural and historical significance. These iconic rugs is one of the most interesting in art history. There is a Persian carpet out there for anyone who seeks one. That quest is sure to be an exciting and edifying experience.

An interesting fact is the story of the 16th century Shah Humayun. During his 10-year exile, he happened upon two artists. Once he regained power and returned to India, he wove rugs on painters style.

These rugs are around today. The unique beauty and history are what makes the rugs so valuable.

Antique Persian Kerman Carpet 50112 by Nazmiyal NYC

Antique Persian Kerman Carpet

What makes antique Persian Rugs so valuable?

The number of antique Persian rugs will only decrease over time. This is one of the reasons why they are of such great value. Today there are a lot of rugs available on the market. But the trade considers most to be not “good examples”.

What Type Of Persian Rug Is The Most Expensive?

The best examples of carpets woven in Persia are the most “valuable”. Today there is escalating interest in these works of art. That’s why the best examples are selling for record-breaking amounts. This culminated in most expensive one selling for $34,000,000.

(You can read more about this rug here: most expensive rug sold at auction).

Why have the designs in Persian carpets changed over time?

During the 20th century Western influence expanded in the Middle East. Many cultures began to lose their self defining attributes. This was the result of weaving rugs based on outside market demands.

Traditional crafts faded with time and original motifs lost. The old carpets versus newer ones are so different. The quality diminished on all levels over time.

Are the older rugs from Persia considered works of Art?

In the art world, few things offer as much as these rugs. The older examples offer so much cultural and historical context. Aesthetics and culture of an entire people is in the older rugs from Persia. Rug-making was a serious art form of the people of Persia.

The Persian people took much pride in the textile art they created. In their antique carpets that we find the finest, most important examples. To know these iconic pieces is to know a people and a culture. This is rare in the art world. They are one of the most artistic accomplished by humankind. As such, designers, artists and rug collectors covet these masterpieces. As such, designers, artists and rug collectors covet these masterpieces.

Today both the modern and antique pieces, found a home within the art world.

Jason Nazmiyal, says:

“These rugs seem to me, to focus most effectively on the convergence of color, texture and design in perfect balance and harmony.”

These magnificent rugs are beautiful and enduring artistic creations. Their beauty and complexity is timeless, inspiring and exciting. People feel a connection to the weavers when they see the meticulous works. Like the intimate feel when one sees the brush strokes in a painter’s finest work.

These rugs are great treasures of humanity. To know them as such is to know the limitless nature of fine art.

19th Century Persian Kerman Rug 50146 by Nazmiyal NYC

19th Century Persian Kerman Rug

Would Persian Master Weavers Sign Their Carpets?

These rugs are, for the most part, unsigned. Including those woven by the great master weavers. A master weaver’s signature can help determine the true origin. It can assist with what style the carpet exhibits, and who the weaver was.

Urban cities have been weaving as a commercial industry. Any maker adjusts based on the market demands of the time. At the helms of such production companies were the master rug-weavers.

These people were the ones who chose the colors and organized the weavers. They designed with a personal identity. This is contrast to weaving with a group identity or collective approach. The vernacular craft gave way to conscious visual art form in such cases. Today these masterworks are in museum collections. Like The Met Museum and others. They are in the inventories of fine antique carpet galleries as well.

Are Persian Rugs a Good Investment?

These rugs are not only beautiful works of textile art. The more rare pieces are quite collectible as well. People collect them today as investments. They were even referred to as ‘Iranian stocks and shares’.

Iranian businessmen keep their precious pieces in vaults. The rarest ones have the investment potential of a master painting.

That said, they are far less expensive and can serve a more practical use. Today, they remain a viable commodity.

*Note: Unless damaged, the best examples will hold their value. It makes them valuable investments. Prices will reflect and fluctuate with market demands.

What do the names that dealers use for Persian carpets mean?

In most cases, the names come from the origin or weaver.

A rug’s design does not identify the origin. Nor does it tell us who the people who authored it were.

In general, Antique rugs from Persia receive their names from either:

  • The tribes or people that wove them.
    • Example: Kurdish rugs are rugs woven by Kurdish people. Since they were nomadic, they do not have a specific city or region.
  • The region (city, district, town, villages) that made them.
    • Example: Tabriz rugs are from the Persian city of Tabriz.
  • The weaver’s name.
    • Example: Example: Ziegler rugs are rugs manufactured by Ziegler & Co.

There are exceptions to this general rule. One example are the case with Persian Serapi Rugs. The term “Serapi” refers to the older and “better” rugs made in Heriz.

What are the dyes found in Persian rugs?

The rug color dyes used were natural dyes for the most part. This served to create lustrous, animated works with great depth of field. The recipes used for the dyes included berries, insects, minerals and seeds. The combinations were unique to each tribe, city and/or region. Weaving techniques and dye recipes were precious tribal secrets.

The first chemical dye came to the rug market in the mid 1800s. It is common to see such dyes in late 19th century rugs.

What is the history of the rug styles and designs?

Design styles are historical to the craftsmen within a tribe or group. Family members wove alongside one another. Weaving first for the household then for the market. For the common designer, personal identity was not important. What was important, was to execute the traditional style. Those are the signature patterns and motifs of the “tribe” to each carpet.

What is the time required to weave a Persian rug?

A single carpet could take months and even years to create. The actual time depends on the size and quality of the carpet. The finer the carpet the longer it takes to make. That is because the weaver need to tie more KPSI (knots per square inch). This is why many people would work side by side on the same carpet.

What are the different Persian rug knotting techniques?

Knot types used in Persia include:

Persian carpet knot techniqueTurkish carpet knot techniqueJufti Knots

The two most used knots in Persian weaving are the Turkish and Persian knots.

Turkish knots are in the Caucasus, Kurdistan, Turkey and East Turkmenistan. The Persian knots are in Turkey, Pakistan, Egypt, China and India.

  • The Turkish knot – Pass between two neighboring warps. Then loop under one, wrapped around both, then pulled through the center. Both ends will come out between the two warps.
  • The Persian knot – This one is in finer rugs. It is much smaller than its counterparts. Wrapping around one warp, then passing behind the neighboring warp. It divides the two ends of yarn, makes the knot.
  • Double Knotted: The second knot sits in front of the first knot. With the double knot technique, the second knot is not visible from the back.

Do the designs and patterns of Persian rugs have meaning?

The older Persian carpets will feature abstract renderings. The shapes are geometric and / or floral. Many Persians are Muslim. Islam does not allow the rendering living beings.

What seems like random shapes and abstract designs, are, for the most part, anything but! These rug patterns and designs are familial. On generation passes down the traditions and patterns to the next. Some motifs have profound meanings (such as lucky charms, wishes and messages).

Large Blue Antique Persian Malayer Rug 70010 by Nazmiyal NYC

Large Blue Antique Persian Malayer Rug

Who is the best dealer that has handmade Persian rugs for sale?

Naturally, we believe that Nazmiyal is the best dealer for Persian rugs. That said, we urge you to do your due diligence. The more rug galleries people visit, the more educated they become. We believe that an educated consumer is the best buyer.

Early Tribal Persian Rug Weaving

Rug weaving, as an art, began in Persian (Iran), date back about 2,500 years. They were initially woven by nomadic tribes. The nomads made them for protection from the cold and wet environment. Later, they began to develop into traditional patterns. That is when they became both functional and works of art.

Image Of The Pile Pazyryk Rug - The Oldest Rug In The World by Nazmiyal

Image Of The Pile Pazyryk Rug – The Oldest Rug In The World

In 539 BC, Cyrus the Great fell in love with Babylon’s Oriental rugs.

The oldest carpet in the world, dates to 5th century BC. The piece surfaced during a dig in the Pazyryk valley.

Iranian Woman Following carpet Design Cartoon - Nazmiyal

Iranian Woman Following carpet Design Cartoon

Master Persian Rug Weavers of the Late 19th Century Persian Rug Revival

The beauty of Persian carpets will enhance any interior design. The beautiful colors and patterns are rich in traditions. The origins of these traditions are unknown.

For the most part, the artists and creators of these master artworks are unknown. The hands that tied every knot have faded into obscurity. We can pin the rug to a certain region or tribe. But lost are the names and faces linked with these works. Yet, there are a few masters whose names we do know. These carpets hold a special place as world treasures.

Master weavers include:

They produced true masterpieces. Many found their way into exquisite collections and museums around the world. A rug by one of these masters is a rare and prized piece. They stand out in their quality and design in a way that is mesmerizing.

Introduction to Persian Rug Weaving and Other Carpets

Persia has been famed as a major center of carpet weaving for centuries. The origins of the woven carpet remain a subject of debate. All the evidence points to Persia as the cradle of ancient rug production. From the earliest times.

Persia has been a fountain of oriental art and culture through the centuries. By Islamic times, Persia established the artistic standards. Including architecture design, miniature painting and textiles. The rest of the Middle East copied their works.

Mihrab Design Islamic Antique Muslim Prayer Rugs Nazmiyal

Mihrab Design In Islamic Muslim Antique Prayer Rugs

The Safavid period began around the year 1500. This is when we have a substantial body of surviving carpets. It is clear that Persia constituted the heartland of Islamic rug production. They inspired weavers in neighboring regions. These include Turkey and India from the 16th century on.

Persia has continued to maintain this central role right down to the present time. No other rug producing region offers the range, quality, design and skill. The refined weaving techniques distinguish them as the finest work of their kind.

Antique 16th Century Persian Safavid Salting Rug 48639 by Nazmiyal

Antique 16th Century Persian Salting Safavid Rug

Nazmiyal NYC is the Global Leader for Persian Carpets

People associate Persian rugs with magic carpet rides. Thanks to the likes of Disney blockbuster hits such as Aladdin. But you don’t have to search far and wide to find one of these magical treasures. Most of the rugs won’t make you an aviation specialist. But they are remarkable finds. They will bring your home true richness of historical quality.

Nazmiyal has been a global leader in the antique carpet trade. The rugs offered are hand-picked. We ensure the utmost quality. Our pieces are rich with history and tradition.

The Persian rug is a rare find. It is a gem in the home decor world. These rugs, are a journey into the majestic world of ancient cultures. Ones that are over 2,500 years old.

These pieces are essential statement decor items. They are perfect for true mavens and connoisseurs. These treasures from the Orient are full of geometric shapes and floral designs. The captivating color palettes will enhance your home.

These antique finds will create a Middle Eastern getaway. One that your guests will be jealous of.

Nazmiyal is your clear choice Persian carpets

If you’re in the market for a rug, Nazmiyal is the best place to start. We have a vast collection of diverse examples. You will find antique Oriental rugs in different sizes and styles.

You can shop our collection of the rugs and carpets online. We make it easy to find your centerpiece or additions to a collection.

Our website features an extensive inventory of Persian carpets. It contains useful information about the rugs. It is a great resource for people who are new to this market. We want our customers to feel like they are making informed decisions.

Please call our experts at 212-545-8029. They’ll guide you through our vast inventory and help you find your perfect piece. You can contact us with your request by filling out the online form. You can do this on the Contact Us page. We respond emails with the information needed ASAP.

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