The Arak (Sultanabad) rugs are made in and around the city of Arak, formerly known as Sultanabad. These rugs are generally one of three major models. Firstly, the famous model of Herati, which includes small fish throughout the field, with or without a central medallion. Secondly the more curvilinear pattern of Sarough, intertwined with the vines in the field and a round central medallion. And thirdly to Wiss, with three diamonds that make the central medallion. Color schemes vary, but almost always include red and navy blue.
History & Construction
The Persian carpets and a tradition that has survived for thousands of years, with its more flourishing in the sixteenth century under Shah Abbas and Shah Thamasp. Persians are tremendously proud of their culture and this shows in that area make their rugs. Most of the village or city in Iran has an ancient and traditional model that was used in that region for centuries. Many designs are special in that city, or even to a particular family. Although the drawings are known frequently copied elsewhere in the country, seem to be the purest and strongest in the country. Today, many major cities in Iran have their own pool of modern industries and some have begun to revive the lost drawings. In ancient paintings, particularly those of the Italian Renaissance and later, the Persian carpets are almost always somewhere in sight. Their decorative designs are sometimes borrowed by the architects for the ornamentation of buildings and sometimes the weavers have borrowed models from development, such as the exquisite Isfahan medallion inspired by the famous mosque of Shah Allah Lutfi as the fabled city . These are what make the Persian carpets so powerful dose of intensity for all cultural decorative interior today. The quality and symmetry are the biggest factors that determine the price and the value of a Persian rug. Best quality in a handmade rug, the longer it took the builders to build (the builders of handmade rugs include wool and dyes manufacturers, designers, weavers and those who build and maintain the looms and other equipment involved). The most important factor in the quality of Persian carpets and the tightness and accuracy of the knotting. The very tightly knotted carpets are very durable, but are also very hard to weave and take longer. Consequently, the carpets with higher KPSI (knots per square inch) require higher prices. Other factors are the degree of quality in wool or silk choice, material basis, dyes, symmetry and complexity. In determining the value of the handmade carpets, the professional valuers take all these factors into account. The carpets of the city are much more for the village or nomadic rugs. This because it is difficult aff “and nomads and villagers weave large mats or complicated, is having little or no access to large protected areas, or modern technology. Iran is today the largest manufacturer and exporter of handmade carpets in the world of . By the finest carpets in the world, Iran integrates modern technology with masterful design and strong tradition to produce parts timeless art so durable that outlast any similar product anywhere.





Vår Garanti

Siden 1994 Persisk Teppe Senter har vært et trygg teppe leverandør til mange hjem i Norge, Sverige, Spania, og England. Vi har vært leverandører til mange store Organisationer sånn som Skeidar Norge, Skeidar Sverie, DNM og Visa.

OBS: Det er vare deklarasjon på alle tepper som sertifiseres: Distrikt, Størrelse, antall knuter per meter, Innslag, Renning, Teppe nummer og pris. plus at det skrives "Vi Garanter at dette er ekte håndknyttet Persiskte teppe i samsvar med opplysningene overfor."