Size: 208cm x 102cm


Abadeh rugs are a specific type of Persian carpet known for their intricate designs and high-quality craftsmanship. Here’s a detailed overview of Abadeh rugs:

Origin and History

  • Origin: Abadeh rugs come from the town of Abadeh, situated between Isfahan and Shiraz in Iran.
  • History: The weaving of these rugs began in the early 20th century and was influenced by the designs of the Qashqai nomads.

Design and Patterns

  • Central Medallion: Abadeh rugs typically feature a prominent central medallion, often with geometric or floral motifs.
  • Herati Pattern: A common design element is the Herati pattern, which includes a rosette surrounded by leaves and fishes.
  • Border Designs: The borders of these rugs are often intricate, with multiple layers of smaller geometric or floral patterns.
  • Colour Palette: Traditional Abadeh rugs use a rich colour palette, including deep reds, blues, and ivory. Vegetable dyes are often used to achieve these colours.

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