The city of Sarouk is found in the central region of Iran, approx. 40 km north of Sultanabad. The production of rugs in this area increased considerably around the late 19th century. Sarouk rugs can feature different decorative patterns, but are always based on floral motifs. The most common colours, both for ancient and more modern rugs, are pink, blue, and beige. Their knots are asymmetric, and can reach very high levels of density. A very important and sought after version is the so-called Sarouk; the term refers to carpets produced for the US market at the turn of the 20th century, mainly in large sizes, decorated with large "ramages" (blossoming tree branches) arranged into a central medallion and symmetrically spread all over the field.
The finest and most elegant pieces of this manufacture are commercially called Sarouk Mohajeran, woven in the small village of Mohajeran in the county of Kabudrahang to the west of Arak.
Material: wool and cotton.
Size: 260 x 254 cm.
Material: high quality wool and cotton.
Comes with guarantee certificate.
In good condition.
With certificate of authenticity.
Shipping via UPS or GLS.
- Saruk Mohajeran, Tapis
- Laine sur coton
- Période estimée
- Début du XXe siècle
- Pays d’origine
- Bon état - Utilisé, présentant de petites traces de vieillissement
- 254×260 cm