We specialize in unique, one-of-a-kind rugs imported from the regions of Persian, Iran, Pakistan, Afghanastan, and India. All of our rugs are hand-made, as such, there might be slight variations in wear and dimensions. It is important to note that most rugs are directional as well, so depending on the lighting in your home and the lighting in the showroom, there may be slight variations in the colors and how they may display.
Vintage 1940’s Persian Balouch
This one-of-a-kind, vintage 1940’s Persian Balouch rug is hand-knotted by the nomadic Balouch tribe. Often a Balouch rug is identified by one singular geometric pattern outlined in black over the entire rug.
Foundation: Cotton | Pile: Wool | Condition: Average (based on age) |Colors: Antiqued Red, Black & Ivory | Size: 3’2″ x 5’3″
1930’s Heriz Runner
Vintage 1930’s Heriz. Heriz rugs are among the most versatile rugs that we carry at Asadorian Rug Company. They work well with many different design styles from modern spaces to vintage farmhouse to historic homes. Heriz rugs are durable and hard wearing and can last several generations. This particular runner has a running medallion and features the distinct geometric pattern common in Heriz rugs made from vegetable based dye.
Foundation: Cotton | Pile: Wool | Condition: Showing Minimal Wear |Colors: Rich Tones of Burnt Orange, Tan and Blues | Size: 3’3 x 9’5″
Vintage 1920’s Persian Heriz
Vintage 1920’s Persian Heriz . Heriz area rugs are durable and hard-wearing and they can last for generations. Heriz rug weavers often make them in geometric, bold patterns usually with a large medallion. Heriz rugs are among the most versatile rugs at asadorian rug company. Heriz area rugs work well with many design style from modern spaces to historic homes thease rugs just go with every decore. This hand knotted Persian beauty is a one of a kind piece. You will never see two Heriz rugs the same.
Foundation: Cotton | Pile: Wool | Condition: Showing Some Wear |Colors: Vibrant Red, Navy Border Gold and Light Blue Accents | Size: 8’8″ x 12’3″
Kashkulis are made in the southwest part of Iran by nomadic weavers. This Kashkuli is unique because of how finely it is woven. These are all created by hand on a ground loom by nomadic weavers. A woolfoundation is often used because it is the most accessible fiber for this tribe. Kashkuli rugs often use geometric designs as well as representations of animals, trees and people that tell folk like stories.
Foundation: Wool| Pile: Wool | Condition: Like New |Colors: Terra Cotta with Multi-Color Accents | Size: 2’4″ x 8′