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7’10” x 9’10” All Over Indo Serapi Persian Rug Wool Handmade
One of a Kind Only 1 left in stock. Antique Design Ivory Shades 100% High Quality Wool.
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Serapi is a trade name given to better quality Heriz rugs thought to have been woven before 1900. In the United States, the highest quality of Heriz rugs are called Serapi. The name Serapi originates from the village of Serab. It is also located in northwestern Iran and has adopted some characteristics of Caucasian carpets. Heriz rugs are one of the most famous rugs from Iran, because of their very unique and distinguishable style. Heriz is a city located in northwestern Iran, near the city of Tabriz, which is a major rug-weaving center in Iran. Most often, Heriz rugs have oversized geometric medallions, that are crisply delineated against a rich red, rust or dark blue field.
The pattern is almost always geometric, although some Heriz rugs have an all-over layout often together with geometric floral motives and less frequently curvilinear floral motives. Since the Heriz region is not too far from the Caucasus, many Heriz carpets have similar colors and drawings to Caucasian rugs. The most common colors are brownish red, light and dark pink, light and dark blue, greens, yellows and ivory. Blue and ivory are normally added to increase contrast.
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Will the size be exactly as listed?
We do our best to provide you with the accurate dimensions of a product, but please be advised that there might be a variation up to 5% of the listed dimensions. This is normal and is not considered a defect.
Why do your product pages show two different sizes?
Some rug buyers search rugs by rug size category (i.e. 6×9) and some by exact size (i.e. 5’11″x8’6″). Therefore, we try to make shopping our rugs as easy as possible for our customers.
Are your rugs hand knotted or machine made?
We offer only high-quality hand knotted rugs and carpets that are made of natural materials (silk, wool). Each of our oriental hand knotted rugs is an original piece, carefully weaved with respect to ancient rug techniques, traditionally coming from the Near East region. We do not use any mechanized tool during the process. Moreover, we do not use any kind of synthetic materials in any of our products. Although very rarely we do carry some machine made rugs, they are marked accordingly.
Do I need a rug pad for my rug?
We definitely recommend rug pads for thin rugs as they tend to move around more easily than a large rug. In general, having a rug pad always helps to prevent slips and falls and also protects your hardwood floors and your rugs.
How do I maintain my rug?
Our rugs are made of natural materials only. Therefore, we strongly recommend using only natural-based products for their maintenance. Synthetic aggressive detergents may severely harm fibers and colors of our rugs.
My rug has different color shades or slight nuances in its pattern, is this a defect?
NO, handmade rugs tend to have slight nuances in color or the structure of its pattern because it is hand crafted whereas perfectly symmetrical pattern with no nuances in color or structure is typical for machine made rugs.
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