The finest of Persian silk rugs and pictoral wall-hangings, exceptional knot-count and signature pieces.
A pictorial rug depicts representations of people, places, or any other images other than the conventional design motifs.
Qum rugs (also: Ghom, Qom, Kum, Gum) come from the large city of the
same name near Tehran in Iran that has grown in renown and prestige over the years as a centre of Shia theology and carpet weaving, though the city’s history of carpet weaving does not go back very far. There is even talk periodically about moving the capital from Tehran to Qum. Designs and prices vary substantially, while they usually come in smaller sizes, that suit many Qums to become wall hangings. Qum rugs often use bright reds, blues and beige tones. Many show traditional curvilinear patterns from other regions like Isfahan, or pictorials with historical scenes, landscapes,or garden carpet designs.
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