South of Azerbaijan, and north east of Tabriz is a village by the name of Karaja.
It’s a rug-weaving region that produces a distinctive style.
Famed for medallion and geometric patterns, Karaja rugs are known for:
The use of stark contrasting colors including oranges, greens and white, set atop indigo blues and deep reds.
Which look even better on the type of wool they use.
Made With The Highest Quality Wool
You see, high-up in the mountains…
Sheep are left to roam freely…
Grazing on high-quality, nutrient dense foods and copper-rich mineral water…
And… living in a cooler, somewhat harsher climate…
Makes the wool oily and strong… coarse and durable… with a wonderful shine to it.
It’s known as Moghan wool.
And because this particular wool is used to create Karaja rugs…
The Beauty Of Karaja Rugs
The quality is of the highest pedigree.
In fact, as you look closely at this rug…
You’ll notice the rich colors…
The depths of beauty…
And smooth and subtle sheen…
That leaps from the weave like a shimmering lake of Persian watercolor…
… Reflecting back its history and story.
10’3″ X 15′
Blue, Green, Red
Approx. 324 KPSI
Excellent & Washed (Like New)
High Pile 1/2″-5/8″
1290 Days 11610 Hours
One-of-a-kind (Only 1 in stock)