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3'5"x6'9" Hamadan Rug, Red/Multi

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3'5"x6'9" Hamadan Rug, Red/Multi
3'5"x6'9" Hamadan Rug, Red/Multi
3'5"x6'9" Hamadan Rug, Red/Multi

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Why We Love This

The process of weaving hand-knotted pile rugs is extremely difficult, taking some artisans months -- or even a few years to complete the most complex designs. Most Persian carpets use a symmetrical-style knot called the “Turkish knot” for coarser rugs, or an asymmetrical Persian-style knot to achieve a more delicate design and profile. While Persian carpets come in myriad styles that range from rough to refined, the artistry and craftsmanship that goes into each one is endlessly inspiring.

Why We Love This

The process of weaving hand-knotted pile rugs is extremely difficult, taking some artisans months -- or even a few years to complete the most complex designs. Most Persian carpets use a symmetrical-style knot called the “Turkish knot” for coarser rugs, or an asymmetrical Persian-style knot to achieve a more delicate design and profile. While Persian carpets come in myriad styles that range from rough to refined, the artistry and craftsmanship that goes into each one is endlessly inspiring.

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