Persian Rugs Palatial Collection
Esoteric symbolism imbues the geometric images, exquisitely depicted blooms and precisely shaded colors distinguishing antique Persian rugs from all other collectable rugs. According to ancient beliefs, symbolic motifs protected owners of handmade Persian rugs from misfortune, evil and strife. Tribal designs involving people, indigenous animals, symmetrical shapes and objects used in everyday life classically exemplify the adage of life imitating art and art imitating life.
Authentic Persian Rugs & Iranian Carpets in Dallas
- Floral, Geometric, Medallion, All-Over Pattern
- Heriz, Serapi
- Kerman, Kirman
- Sarouk, Farahan
- Sultanabad, Mahal, Bakshaish
- Malayer, Hamadan
- Distressed Faded Carpets from Iran
- Tabriz, Qum, Kashan, Mohtasham, Isfahan, Nain
- Mashhad, Khorassan
- Bijar, Bidjar
- Flat-weave Kilims
- Pictorial Tapestries and More
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Weavers in particular cultural groups or cities created countless Persian rug traditions, styles and designs. Limitless transformations present a myriad of
possibilities when regional small variations and regional designs meld materials and technique together. For example, nomadic tribes and royal weaving
traditions embraced by the Mughal and Safavid empires significantly influenced antique Persian rugs woven before 1920, and they represent an infinite range
of patterns. Shop one of the best selections of antique Persian carpets, vintage Persian rugs, and new modern style rugs in Dallas.
Iranian Rugs Online Signature Collection
Universally appealing and highly prized, our selection of Master Weaver Persian Rugs continues to delight and awe even the most discriminating rug collectors and
scholars. The remarkable elegance and stunning allure of handmade Persian rugs for sale at Esmaili’s blend seamlessly with contemporary, eclectic or
distressed Western interior styles. For hundreds of years, Persian carpets and their instantly recognizable, elaborately gorgeous patterns have represented
the “gold standard” in rug design and style. A few of our favorite Master Weavers from Iran: Mohtasham, Haji Jalili, Habibian, Jamshidi, Abbas Alabaf, Haghighi and Shirfar.
High Quality Persian Rugs & Precious Heirlooms
Dating back to 500 BCE during the Achaemenid Era, Persian rug making is the very essence of Persian/Iranian culture and art. Antique Persian rugs exhibit a
variety of layouts that include depictions of Islamic buildings, historical monuments, spirals, Shah Abbassi, weeping willows, hunting scenes and symbols
such as the tree of life and the garden of paradise. In our Persian antique rug collection online, you will find dazzling rugs with allover patterns,
one-sided patterns, compartmentalized patterns or centralized medallions. A few handmade Persian rugs may contain abstract or asymmetrical designs but the
majority of these rugs are unidirectional or simply one-sided.
Dyes used to antique Persian rugs are derived from locally cultivated plants, with red being the most popular color. Persian rug weavers used to incorporate designs from memory, passing beloved patterns down from generation to generation. Materials used to create Persian rugs typically include animal hair, silk, wool, jute or cotton, with variations seen occasionally.
Silk Persian Rugs in Dallas | Experience Luxury Underfoot
Come Explore and Bring Home the Magic of Esmaili Rugs. Have A Question? You Can Connect with Our Support Team by phone at (214) 651-7847 or Schedule an In-Store Appointment at 1511 Dragon Street in the Dallas Design District. Mr. Esmaili Enjoys Clients Not Pressed For Time, Love Persian Tea, and Delve Into the Rug's History.