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.