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8'7" x 12'3" Classic Persian Sarouk Rug
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CARE hand-wash; professional cleaning.
COLOR red/blue
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 147" L x 103" W x 1" H
ERA Vintage: 1910-1950
MADE IN Persia
MADE OF Wool
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Oct 01 - Oct 04
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
Peer Oriental Rugs has been in business for more than 30 years and is located north of Chicago in Evanston Illinois. Our collection of rugs spans from the Far East through Northwest Europe. We provide expert restoration services and appraisals for oriental carpets dating back to the 18th century, in a variety of sizes.We offer the finest carpets and the best service available for your rugs.
Why we love this
Mohajeran carpet, c-1920.One of the top high end Persian carpet maker.The source of this important provenance has been in the village of Sarouk. North of Arak (formerly Sultanabad). Sarouks are known to be of high quality. The pile is usually higher than the average Persian rug and therefore Sarouks are rather heavy and solid rugs, the wool being used is high quality durable wool. "Mohajeran" or "Mahajiran" is the name of a village West of Arak. About 80-100 years ago.
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