For the Bold and the Unique.
Persian & Oriental
Explore the craftsmanship and delicate detail of these excuisite rugs.
A simpler version of the Khal Mohammedi, the Afghan Aaqcha is a highly coveted collection, and offers an entry-level price point within the Oriental rug family.
Derived from regions in Northern Afghanistan, these hand knotted Oriental rugs are often expressed in hues of red with its signature göls (elephant like pattern) and octagonal repeating motifs, woven using a combination of wool, goat hair and horsehair.
These large elephant foot patterns create a unique and individual design, with no two designs being the same. This level of uniqueness, combined with their softness of feel, makes these rugs a firm favourite with homeowners and collectors alike.
Constructed using the Persian knot, Nain rugs are made from high quality wool and silk, creating an ultra-silky sheen and feel.
Popular due to their vibrant colours, patterns and medallion or floral designs, Nain rugs often make use of the Islimi motif, made up of multiple star medallions and intertwining vines.
The incredibly refined craftsmanship is easy to see, and the collection offers large rugs, runners and round rugs.
Hailing from one of Iran’s oldest cities, Kashan, these Persian masterpieces first adorned homes and palaces as early as the 17th Century.
Undeniably referenced as the most glorious and beautiful of all Persian rugs, the Kashan range encapsulates much history. Offering both a new and pre-owned range (aged between 10 and 25 years), these hand knotted gems, are restored to create immaculate and decorative designs, whilst maintaining their historic magic.
Popular colours include ivory, red and navy blue, with softer blues being found in newer rugs.