Abadeh persian rugs

ABADEH rugs - unique items from the Djoharian Collection

Abadeh Rugs and Carpets

What is a Abadeh rug?

Rugs with the name Abadeh usually come from the town of the same name in Persia / Iran.

What are the qualities of Abadeh rugs?

Rugs from Qum are available in many variations, both in terms of pattern and quality. The knot density of the hand-knotted rugs starts at around 100 knots per inch² for simple pieces and reaches up to 300 knots per inch² for finer work. The motifs are usually geometric with a medallion or the so called Zil I Sultan design.

How much do Abadeh rugs cost?

A simple wool rug with a low knot density costs less than 200 USD  in the size 5 x 3 ft, a rarely fine piece with hand spun wool and vegetable dyes can well cost over 1500 USD in the same size. The knotting density, the amount of work and the material used are decisive.

Rugs from Abadeh go well with traditional and modern interiors. The reasons for this are simple: high-quality craftsmanship, fine knotting, fine materials and elaborate designs give Qum carpets the exclusive touch.
The art of knotting is realtively new in Qum, started about 1930. After 1950 Qum has become the most important production location for exquisite silk rugs. 
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