Size: 152cm x 102cm


Sarough rugs, also spelled Sarouk, are a highly esteemed type of Persian carpet originating from the village of Sarough in the Markazi Province of Iran. These rugs are celebrated for their exceptional craftsmanship, intricate designs, and rich, vibrant colours. Here are the key features and characteristics of Sarough rugs:

Design and Patterns

  1. Floral Motifs: Sarough rugs are renowned for their detailed floral patterns. These often include an array of flowers, vines, and leaves that create an elegant and lush appearance.
  2. Central Medallion: Many Sarough rugs feature a central medallion surrounded by an intricate field of floral designs. This medallion can vary in shape and size, contributing to the rug’s overall aesthetic balance.
  3. Corner Pieces: The corners of the rug often contain quarter medallions or additional floral motifs that complement the central design.
  4. Border Designs: The borders of Sarough rugs typically feature multiple bands filled with floral and vine patterns, adding to the rug’s ornate and harmonious look.


  • Rich and Deep Tones: Common colours include deep reds, blues, and ivories, often enhanced with accents of gold, green, and other earth tones.
  • Natural Dyes: Traditional Sarough rugs are dyed using natural dyes derived from plants, insects, and minerals, resulting in vibrant and long-lasting colours.

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