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All Available Rugs

We have thoughtfully collected authentic rugs from Persia (Iran), Morocco, Turkey, Afghanistan, Caucasus, and more countries. Each rug is handmade, showcasing the craftsmanship of its origin. These remarkable pieces have the potential to appreciate in value over time. In our collection, you can find rugs of any size, ranging from small mini rugs to oversized options. We’re here to provide more information about each of these historic gems. Feel free to reach out to us anytime! :)

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Handmade Area Rugs Collection for Sale


Get ready for these rugs on sale! We have thoughtfully collected authentic rugs from Persia (Iran), Morocco, Turkey, Afghanistan, Caucasus, and more countries. Each rug is handmade, showcasing the artistry of its origin. These remarkable discounted rugs also have the potential to gain or increase in value over time. Don’t miss out on these unique treasures at a steal!

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Rugs on SALE! - Wool Area Rugs | St. John's, Newfoundland | Rug the Rock

Persian from Iran

A Persian rug or Iranian rug is a heavy textile made in Iran for personal use, local sale, and export. Iranian rugs are unique among Oriental carpets because of their intricate designs. They are made by nomads, village and town workshops, and royal court factories. Urban rugs showcase detailed botanical designs made of silk while village rugs reflect Iran’s culture and history. These fibers are colored using natural dyes and woven into bold designs. Regarded as works of art, they can take months or years to complete.

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Persian Kerman Rug | 4' 9" x 8' 3" Rug the Rock


Kilim, gelim, or flatweaves are versatile pileless rugs produced using various flatweaving techniques. These rugs come from various regions, including parts of Iran, Turkey, North Africa, the Balkans, the Caucasus, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Central Asia, and China. Kilim rugs appear almost identical on both sides, allowing them to be used on either side, which is a notable advantage compared to other types of carpets. They feature distinctive patterns and designs. The key difference between kilim rugs and pile rugs or carpets lies in their construction. Pile rugs have individual short strands of different colors knotted onto the warps and held together by tightly packed wefts, while kilim rugs are created by interweaving differently colored wefts and warps. The weaving technique, using warp and weft, produces linear and geometric patterns. When the design elements are separated, small holes become visible, which occur as a result of the weaving process. Kilims from the Middle East typically showcase vibrant colors derived from plants and minerals. Therefore, these original kilims are 100% natural products.

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Gabbeh rugs are traditional Persian rugs woven by nomadic tribal weavers in the Zagros Mountains in southern Iran. The word Gabbeh translates from Farsi meaning raw, uncut, or natural. These rugs are known for their abstract designs, often minimal with playful geometric motifs.


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Bidjar Rugs, also known as “The Iron Rug of Persia,” are made by Kurdish artisans in Bijar, western Iran. These rugs are known for their vibrant colors, simple geometric patterns, thick texture, and heavy weight. They feature shades of blues and madder red. The designs follow traditional Persian styles. Their unique weaving technique results in remarkable strength and weightiness.

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Tabriz rugs, originating from the historical city in Iran, have gained worldwide renown. As the largest handmade Persian wool rug producer, Tabriz boasts a rich cultural heritage and showcases exquisite craftsmanship. With a history dating back to the 15th century, Tabriz established itself as a market center for exporting Persian wool rugs in the mid-19th century. Explore our curated collection of Persian Tabriz rugs that capture the essence of artistry and tradition. They are available for sale.

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Persian Tabriz Heriz Rug | 6' 6" x 9' 6" - Rug the Rock


Afghan rug, also known as Afghan carpet, is a handwoven textile crafted in Afghanistan’s northern and western regions by Afghan Turkmens and Uzbeks. Skilled weavers make these Afghan rugs using various natural dyes, which infuse them with vibrant and rich colors. They mostly come in medium sizes and showcase a wide range of patterns and colors. However, the traditional and iconic design features an octagonal elephant’s foot (Bukhara) print on a striking red background. The weavers create rugs and other items like tent bags and ceremonial pieces reflecting the nomadic lifestyle. Discover the cultural heritage of Afghan rugs.

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Afghan Rugs - Rug the Rock


Turkish rugs, also known as Anatolian rugs, are commonly called rugs and carpets woven in Anatolia and nearby areas. This term describes woven floor or wall coverings with knots and a soft raised surface. They are made for home use, sold locally, and even exported. These rugs and flat-woven kilims hold a lot of cultural importance in the region that the Ottoman Empire historically controlled. They are a vital part of Turkey’s culture today coming from the diverse mix of ethnicities religions and cultures in one of the oldest centers of human civilization.


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Kashan Rugs, originating from the oldest carpet-making city in Central Iran, have a long history dating back to the sixteenth century. They became well-known during the Safavid Dynasty and experienced a revival in the late 19th century. These carpets feature intricate central medallions in an oval shape on a red or ivory background. Kings were fascinated by the beauty of Kashan carpets, which adorned palace walls worldwide. This earned them the nickname “the palace carpet.” Even today, Kashan rugs are made using traditional methods passed down through generations, resulting in stunning works of art. With their timeless designs, these rugs continue to charm and uphold the legacy of this ancient craft.

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A Persian Heriz rug is a type of handmade rug originating from the town of Heriz in northwestern Iran, known for its bold colors and unique signature design featuring a large medallion with oversized corner pieces and double or triple outlining. Made from high-quality wool, Heriz rugs are durable and heavy, with a wide range of vibrant colors, typically including rich reds, deep blues, brilliant greens, and sunny yellows, beautifully contrasted against a creamy ivory backdrop. These rugs often incorporate traditional motifs and symbols, reflecting the rich history and heritage of the artisans who create them, and are easily recognizable due to their distinctive geometric designs and expressive power. Surprisingly durable and hard-wearing, Heriz rugs are suitable for any room, from libraries and studies to living rooms and bedrooms, making them a versatile and beautiful addition to any home.

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Past Rugs!

Rugs that have found their forever homes! Unfortunately, you missed out on these sold rugs. However, if you see one that you like, let us know and we will do our best to find a similar rug for you. Keep in mind that each rug is unique and one-of-a-kind, so we may not be able to find an exact match. :)

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An Antique Senneh in Client's House