Enjilas / Ingeles Persian Rug
Origin | Iran (Persia)
Village | Enjilas/ Ingeles
Dimensions | 3'×5'
Type | Hand-Knotted / Single-Weft
Pile Material | Wool
Foundation Material | Cotton
About Enjilas Rugs: Many villages around the city of Hamadan weave rugs and carpets. Ingeles or Enjilas rugs are regarded as one of the best weaves in the area. They typically have a much higher knot count as well as a straight and more uniform weave. The wool quality is excellent; being both hard wearing and silky soft. You may see many different designs but a allover Herati pattern like this rug is most common.
Condition: This rug has beautiful orange, blues and ivory. The rug is soft with some spots of lower pile. The ends of this rug are intact and has an artificial fringe sewn on to keep the appearance of the rug. The original fringe is sewn underneath the ends to prevent them from wearing down. This is truly a beautiful piece of Iranian art that can last for generations.