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Persian Lilahan circa rug circa 1940 with unusual tree design 

Lilihan rugs are a type of Persian rug originating from the village of Lilihan, located in the Hamadan province of Iran. These rugs are handwoven by skilled weavers using traditional rug designs that have been passed down through generations.


Characterized by their durable construction and rich colors, Lilihan rugs typically feature floral motifs. They are woven using a cotton foundation with a wool pile, which gives them their durability and plush texture. The colors used in Lilihan rugs are often vibrant and include shades of red, blue, ivory, and green.


In the early 20th century, Lillahan rugs were prized for their affordability; being single-wefted made lilihan rugs more affordable than their Sarouk counterparts. 


With their adaptability, Lilian rugs can effortlessly enhance a variety of interior styles, from classic to contemporary. They are often used as striking decorative accents in living rooms, dining rooms, and bedrooms, infusing any space with a touch of warmth and elegance.


In recent years, Lilihan rugs have gained popularity in the global market, with collectors and interior designers recognizing their beauty and craftsmanship. While traditional Lilihan rugs remain affordable, modern interpretations of these rugs are also available, catering to diverse aesthetic preferences.

Lilahan 5.4x6.8

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