The names Isphahan, Tabriz, Kerman, Nain and Qum have special meaning to rug lovers everywhere. These are the world famous weaving towns of the ancient lands of Persia, where the traditional motifs and techniques are as alive today as they were centuries ago. The quality of Persian rugs varies considerable.
All are elegant and durable, but these are premier examples of the art, among which are very fine wools of 675 knots per square inch with silk base and silk interwoven in the pile. Indeed, they are vibrant and alive with color, depth and play of light. They have a jewel like luster and clarity of design that makes them truly a breathtaking addition to any home.