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Karajah Garden Panel rug, 60″x76″, D0346
Vintage Karajah Panel Garden Rug, D0346 Beautiful 60"x76" Persian Garden Panel rug known as a Kesti design made in NW Persia. This design is used in other Perdian rugs as well such as the Bakhtier, Kerman, Tabriz, and Qum (Ghom). Enjoy on in any room of your home. please Materials: Wool on Cotton Condition: Excellent, with natural dyes, no fading, no side or fringe conditions...totally in tact
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Old Heriz Medallion rug 53″x48″, D0379
Old Heriz , 4.5 x4 feet, D0379 Age: 1930-40's Condition: Very good with good pile overall and totally in tact sides and fringes. This rug has been professionally washed and ready for your floor. Remarks: Unusual square size in a Heriz, made in the Ahar region close to the Karajah area in Northwest Persia. Ahar Herizes are noted for their large sprawling medallions that flow over the entire piece.
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On Hold Old Karaja, 51″ x 28″, D0316, Very Good Pile, Colors, and Condition
Semi-Antique Karaja (D0316) Dim: 51" x 28" Age: 1940's Materials: Wool on Cotton Foundation Condition: Very Good with original sides and fringe and excellent pile. Professionally washed and floor ready. Remarks: Sometimes called the Heriz runner as they come from adjacent regions in Northwest Persia and are made with the same strong mountainous wool. Always look for the repeated latch hook and pendant shaped medallions in glorious colors. These are sturdy rugs. Remarks: From Northwest Persia in a region adjacent to the Heriz rug making area, this small area rug was hand-knotted in an Azerbaijani village by a weaver using naturally derived wool and her own design passed on by generations. Shipping is free to lower 48 states... please see Shipping FAQ on webpage
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1930 Karaja/ Heriz , 8′ 11″ x 11′ 9″, with 21 Medallions, D0322
1930's Karajeh Area Rug Dim: 8' 11" x 11' 9" Karajeh is a small rural village located in Northwestern Persia in the Azerbaijan region in the Zagros mountainous area. These Turkic speaking tribes migrated from central Asia centuries ago. They are placed in the broader category of Heriz rugs although they predate the Heriz. They are noted for their distinctive triple medallion motifs with each medallion uniquely different. The Karajeh women weave whimsical images around the Medallions in the most creative ways. The triptych of framed medallions form a single vertical column. In this wonderful piece columns are repeated 7 times making a total of 21 medallions. They are also known as Gharaja, Gharajeh, and Karaja.