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Modern Isfahan wool and silk rug high knot count 


Isfahan rugs are from the modern-day Iranian city in Iran, also known as Persia. Known for their high knot count detailed designs and rich cultural heritage. Isfahan has been a center of Persian carpet weaving for centuries.


carpet weaving, dating back to the Safavid dynasty in the 16th century. During this period, Isfahan emerged as an important center of Persian carpet production, renowned for high-quality rug weaving.


Isfahan rugs are woven on cotton or silk foundations using fine wool, wool and silk highlights or a hundred percent silk, with silk being a prized choice for its lustrous sheen and soft texture. The using an asymmetrical knot, also known as the Persian knot or Senneh knot, results in a dense and tight weave. Isfahan rugs stand out with their tight weave, intricate designs, and unwavering attention to detail.


 Isfahan rugs are known for traditional Persian carpet designs that feature intricate floral motifs, arabesques, medallions, and vine scrolls, as well as contemporary designs and pictorial rugs like this one.  


 Meticulously woven with precision and symmetry, creating a sense of harmony and balance, Isfahan rugs are collected by many art.


Overall, Isfahan rugs are collected by many for their beauty, craftsmanship, and cultural significance as an enduring legacy of Persian carpet weaving tradition 

Isfahan pictorial rug 2.1x3

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