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Oushak 239 x 297 (cm) - No. 32759

Oushak 7' 10" x 9' 9" (ft) - No. 32759

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  • Oushak 7' 10" x 9' 9" (ft) - No. 32759
  • Oushak 7' 10" x 9' 9" (ft) - No. 32759
  • Oushak 7' 10" x 9' 9" (ft) - No. 32759
  • Oushak 7' 10" x 9' 9" (ft) - No. 32759
  • Oushak 7' 10" x 9' 9" (ft) - No. 32759
  • Oushak 7' 10" x 9' 9" (ft) - No. 32759
  • Oushak 7' 10" x 9' 9" (ft) - No. 32759
  • Oushak 7' 10" x 9' 9" (ft) - No. 32759
  • Oushak 7' 10" x 9' 9" (ft) - No. 32759
This Afghan Oushak design rug is hand-knotted with Wool on Cotton and has 72 knots per square inch.
The primary color in this handmade rug is Rust.
This rug is New and in Perfect condition.
The measurements for this rug are: 7 feet 10 inches wide by 9 feet 9 inches long.
This rug is currently Available and will ship within 2 business days.
Free International Shipping & 14-Day Returns.
This rug's SKU # is 32759.

Additional Information

SKU 32759
Design Oushak
Woven Hand Knotted
Colour Rust
Size 7' 10" x 9' 9" (ft) / 239 x 297 (cm)
Pattern Curvilinear
Pile Wool
Warp Cotton
Origin Afghanistan
Age New
Condition Perfect
Weave Ghiordes
KPSI 8 x 9 (72)
Shape Rectangle
Type None
Product Authenticity Seal
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Design Description

Persian carpets are part of a magical story that began thousands of years ago. In Persia, they were the first floors, chairs and beds. For many families soft, hand-woven wool Persian rugs were the most valuable possession they had. Carpet weaving completely encompasses the art and culture of Persia. From treasured antiques that once graced palace floors to vibrantly colored shepherd's floor coverings, old or new Persian carpets tell a story that becomes more endearing with time.

Persian rugs may have been born out of necessity but fewer things have inspired so many. Village weavers added poetic beauty to these canvasses with their own unique designs and motifs. Mother Nature played her part by providing the vegetation and wool that became the host of colors and textures that makes each rug a unique piece of art. At AlRug.com we believe that a Persian carpet is the heart and soul of a room. Along with bringing life to the decor of your living spaces, our rugs provide lasting warmth and comfort. That's why we are committed to providing our customers with a wide selection of exceptional quality area rugs, handcrafted to delight you, your family and guests for many years to come.

ALRUG specializes in handmade Persian rugs and other carpets. Enjoy our secure shopping, hassle-free return policy and free shipping directly to your home or business. Order your affordable, authentic Persian rug today!

The carpet-making traditions of the Middle East and Southeast Asia date back hundreds and thousands of years, and include some of the most beautiful and intricately detailed work in the history of human handicrafts. Many in the West may still know them as Oriental rugs, but that term encompasses a host of highly esteemed regional carpet styles and national rug making traditions, including Indian, Tibetan, Nepalese, Chinese, Pakistani, Turkish, and Persian rugs, all of which can be found here at ALRUG.

Wool is the material of choice for traditional Oriental rugs, and ALRUG offers hundreds of handmade Persian and Oriental wool rugs in all sizes and shapes. Our rug sizes for all materials range from hall and stair runners to rugs smaller than 3 feet by 5 feet and larger than 9 feet by 12 feet - perfect for everything from foyers to grand halls. ALRUG offers exceptional quality and classic regional rug designs at a lower cost.
Our Transitional Rugs collection carries a wide range of carpets that developed over the last few decades with the influence of Persian, Turkoman and Afghan cultures, resulting in rugs of great complexity and superb coloration. With fine natural dyes Chobi, Oushak, Ferahan and Ziegler and vibrant Kazak, Caucasian and Kargai designs, the collection carries the rugs of finest quality and unmatched beauty in all respects. Woven by top class master weavers, these stunningly beautiful rugs has great intricacy and definition in design, super-fine quality. They are a proud symbol of exclusivity the hand knotted carpets can depict.

Antique Oushak rugs originated in the small town of Oushak in west central Anatolia, roughly 100 miles directly south of the city of Istanbul in Turkey. Oushak has produced some of the most decorative Persian influenced Oushak rugs (Usak, Ushak) of all times. Oushak has been a production center of Turkish rugs since the 15th century. In the late 15th century the "design revolution" took place. Before, producing Oriental rugs was part of the nomad culture, meeting people's daily needs, but for the first time the works of designing and weaving rugs were split in two. These Turkish Oushak rugs began to be produced commercially. Oushak was the center of this new method of production because it had easy access to wool (best Turkish wool comes from Balikesir, Oushak and Kutahya), natural dyes and had access to the International market. From the 16th up to the 18th century the most famous manufacturers of ottoman times worked in Oushak. Until today the Oushak rugs for sale are much in demand and sold at the big auctions. Many interior designers buy oushak rugs, almost exclusively, for their interior design projects. Old and antique Oushak rugs are 100% wool. Hand Knotted Turkish rugs also tend to be more coarsely woven than Persian rugs, and are always woven with the Ghiordes knot. The colors most frequently used are red and blue.

More than 500 years ago, the Persians invaded Indo-Pak sub-continent from the northwest, bringing with them their most treasured possessions, their meticulously handcrafted rugs. Over time, this mingling of cultures gave birth to carpets with their own unique themes, delicate patterning and vivid palette of colors. Today, handmade carpets are produced in different cities in Pakistan like Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, Rawalpindi, Dera Ghazi Khan among many others. Considerably less expensive than other rugs of this genre, they are ideal for virtually every room in your home.
Afghan rugs (and more particularly, rugs woven by Afghan refugees in camps in Pakistan) come in a range of designs and qualities. Traditional rugs are dominantly red and very dark blue or black in coloration, although shades of brown and gold also exist. Better Afghan rugs have excellent wool and strong geometric designs from Turkomen and Belouchi sources. Vegetable-dyed rugs in traditional Ersari designs woven as part of the non-profit Cultural Survival project are often very nice, and in the last several years traditional Persian (Heriz, Bakshaish, and recently some fine Feraghan) and Caucasian (Kazak, Shirvan, etc.) designs done with handspun wool and vegetable dyes on wool and cotton warps have appeared. Some of these are exceptionally beautiful and are excellent values.

Peshawari carpet making is believed to have emerged with local resources and skills near the Afghan border and present time Northern Pakistan. This carpet making skill is believed to enjoy the dominance in the carpets market all over the world. Peshawar Rugs are a type of transitional Rugs that are known far and wide for their classic and eastern looks; since they have evolved greatly over time, they seem to be an amalgam of carpets from across various regions that use their own traditional techniques. These carpets have adopted designs and techniques that set them apart; no wonder Peshawari Carpets are adored all over the world.

Chobi rugs (also known as Peshawar rugs) are exclusive, it has derived its name from an area largely settled by Turkoman tribes from Afghanistan. These rugs are often distinguished by their exquisite use of 100% natural (vegetable and mineral) dyes. The wool comes from Himalayan sheep and is hand-spun and hand-knotted with great care and marvelous craftsmanship. Natural dyes produce soft luminous shades and abrashes not possible to obtain from chemical dyes. The influence of Persian, Turkoman and Afghan cultures results in rugs of great complexity and superb coloration. These rugs are new and clean, never used and are in perfect condition.

Antique Oushak rugs originated in the small town of Oushak in west central Anatolia, roughly 100 miles directly south of the city of Istanbul in Turkey. Oushak has produced some of the most decorative Persian influenced Oushak rugs (Usak, Ushak) of all times. Oushak has been a production center of Turkish rugs since the 15th century. In the late 15th century the "design revolution" took place. Before, producing Oriental rugs was part of the nomad culture, meeting people's daily needs, but for the first time the works of designing and weaving rugs were split in two. These Turkish Oushak rugs began to be produced commercially. Oushak was the center of this new method of production because it had easy access to wool (best Turkish wool comes from Balikesir, Oushak and Kutahya), natural dyes and had access to the International market. From the 16th up to the 18th century the most famous manufacturers of ottoman times worked in Oushak. Until today the Oushak rugs for sale are much in demand and sold at the big auctions. Many interior designers buy oushak rugs, almost exclusively, for their interior design projects. Old and antique Oushak rugs are 100% wool. Hand Knotted Turkish rugs also tend to be more coarsely woven than Persian rugs, and are always woven with the Ghiordes knot. The colors most frequently used are red and blue.

Afghan rugs (and more particularly, rugs woven by Afghan refugees in camps in Pakistan) come in a range of designs and qualities. Traditional rugs are dominantly red and very dark blue or black in coloration, although shades of brown and gold also exist. Better Afghan rugs have excellent wool and strong geometric designs from Turkomen and Belouchi sources. Vegetable-dyed rugs in traditional Ersari designs woven as part of the non-profit Cultural Survival project are often very nice, and in the last several years traditional Persian (Heriz, Bakshaish, and recently some fine Feraghan) and Caucasian (Kazak, Shirvan, etc.) designs done with handspun wool and vegetable dyes on wool and cotton warps have appeared. Some of these are exceptionally beautiful and are excellent values.

Soumak is a rare type of Kilim. However, genuinely speaking, Soumak is not a Kilim but a different variety in flat-woven textiles. Soumak is embroidered (not weaved) and its threads are rather left uncut/stranded at the back. They employ different styles of tribal motifs, predominantly geometric and bird motifs. Soumaks rugs have high value and are most suitable for contemporary, modern decor. Soumak rugs in our collection are made of finest-quality Biljik wool (from Belgium) in southern Afghanistan.

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Peshawari carpet making is believed to have emerged with local resources and skills near the Afghan border and present time Northern Pakistan. This carpet making skill is believed to enjoy the dominance in the carpets market all over the world. Peshawar Rugs are a type of transitional Rugs that are known far and wide for their classic and eastern looks; since they have evolved greatly over time, they seem to be an amalgam of carpets from across various regions that use their own traditional techniques. These carpets have adopted designs and techniques that set them apart; no wonder Peshawari Carpets are adored all over the world.

Antique Oushak rugs originated in the small town of Oushak in west central Anatolia, roughly 100 miles directly south of the city of Istanbul in Turkey. Oushak has produced some of the most decorative Persian influenced Oushak rugs (Usak, Ushak) of all times. Oushak has been a production center of Turkish rugs since the 15th century. In the late 15th century the "design revolution" took place. Before, producing Oriental rugs was part of the nomad culture, meeting people's daily needs, but for the first time the works of designing and weaving rugs were split in two. These Turkish Oushak rugs began to be produced commercially. Oushak was the center of this new method of production because it had easy access to wool (best Turkish wool comes from Balikesir, Oushak and Kutahya), natural dyes and had access to the International market. From the 16th up to the 18th century the most famous manufacturers of ottoman times worked in Oushak. Until today the Oushak rugs for sale are much in demand and sold at the big auctions. Many interior designers buy oushak rugs, almost exclusively, for their interior design projects. Old and antique Oushak rugs are 100% wool. Hand Knotted Turkish rugs also tend to be more coarsely woven than Persian rugs, and are always woven with the Ghiordes knot. The colors most frequently used are red and blue.

Chobi rugs (also known as Peshawar rugs) are exclusive, it has derived its name from an area largely settled by Turkoman tribes from Afghanistan. These rugs are often distinguished by their exquisite use of 100% natural (vegetable and mineral) dyes. The wool comes from Himalayan sheep and is hand-spun and hand-knotted with great care and marvelous craftsmanship. Natural dyes produce soft luminous shades and abrashes not possible to obtain from chemical dyes. The influence of Persian, Turkoman and Afghan cultures results in rugs of great complexity and superb coloration. These rugs are new and clean, never used and are in perfect condition.

Peshawari carpet making is believed to have emerged with local resources and skills near the Afghan border and present time Northern Pakistan. This carpet making skill is believed to enjoy the dominance in the carpets market all over the world. Peshawar Rugs are a type of transitional Rugs that are known far and wide for their classic and eastern looks; since they have evolved greatly over time, they seem to be an amalgam of carpets from across various regions that use their own traditional techniques. These carpets have adopted designs and techniques that set them apart; no wonder Peshawari Carpets are adored all over the world.

Chobi rugs (also known as Peshawar rugs) are exclusive, it has derived its name from an area largely settled by Turkoman tribes from Afghanistan. These rugs are often distinguished by their exquisite use of 100% natural (vegetable and mineral) dyes. The wool comes from Himalayan sheep and is hand-spun and hand-knotted with great care and marvelous craftsmanship. Natural dyes produce soft luminous shades and abrashes not possible to obtain from chemical dyes. The influence of Persian, Turkoman and Afghan cultures results in rugs of great complexity and superb coloration. These rugs are new and clean, never used and are in perfect condition.

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