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Ardabil Persian Rug

Ardabil Persian rugs are exquisite and highly prized carpets from northwestern Iran. These rugs are known for their exceptional craftsmanship, intricate designs, and high-quality materials such as wool and silk.

The Ardabil Persian rug often features geometric patterns, floral motifs, and medallion designs, showcasing the region’s artistic heritage. The beauty and elegance of these rugs make them a sought-after addition to any rug collection or interior space.

Ardabil Rug and Ardabil Carpet

Ardabil Carpets, available at Ersaly, is a testament to the skill and artistry of Iranian artisans. These carpets feature intricate designs, vibrant colors, and exceptional quality, making them a cherished addition to any space. Each Ardabil Carpet is carefully crafted using traditional techniques, such as hand-knotting, resulting in a durable and long-lasting rug.

History of Ardabil Carpets

The history of Ardabil carpets dates back to the 16th century, during the Safavid dynasty in Persia. The most famous Ardabil carpet, known as the “Ardabil Carpet,” was commissioned by Shah Tahmasp I and is believed to have been woven by the master weaver Maqsud Kashani.

This magnificent carpet, now housed in London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, features intricate designs and exceptional craftsmanship, setting the standard for Ardabil carpets.

Over the centuries, the city of Ardabil has continued to produce high-quality carpets, maintaining its reputation as a center for exceptional rug weaving.

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