Gharajeh Persian Rug (Karaja)
Dimensions | 2.5 × 3'11" ft.
Materials | wool pile & cotton foundation
Country of Origin | Iran (Persian)
Village | Gharajeh
Estimated Age | 1970 - 1990
Condition: This lovely rug has a low to medium pile that is mostly even. The fringe on the ends and selvedge on the sides are intact. This is a lovely work of art that could work for you bed-side, foyer, kitchen, doorway or office. Check out this beauty today!
About Gharajeh (Karaja) Persian Rugs
Gharajeh is a village west of Heriz in western Iran. Gharajeh produces rugs that are very distinctive in design and colors. Gharajeh rugs mostly are found with an allover medallion design and most commonly dominated by shades of red. These rugs are single-wefted with cotton warps and gray wefts. The selvage is usually a flat selvage which is commonly associated with rugs of Azerbaijan and some groups of nomads. Condition of this Gharajeh Rug This is a beautiful and authentic Gharajeh Persian rug. The rug has a low/medium even wool pile. There are no holes, tears or repairs. This rug is in excellent condition. Please message us if you want more photographs or have questions.
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$220.00 Regular Price
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