311 x 245 cm,
Sarough , Iran
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|Color||Navy blue, Red, Blue, Beige|
|Manufacturing||Knotted by hand|
|Knots by M²||700000|
Saruk or sarough is a large village near Sultanabad where Sedjadés are made. They are close cut and finely drawn. All the floor rugs referred to in the trade as Saruks are not produced in this village, but in Sultanabad. It is possible that these rugs were originally described as Saruks, instead of Sultanabad, in order to neglect the precise place of their origin, in fear of competition.
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