Antique carpets produced in the namesake tribal region Sarouk (formerly known as Sultanabad) feature classic curvilinear vine scrolls and opulent arabesques as well as local bouquet-filled designs that represent the diversity of regional carpet-weaving traditions. By far one of the most desirable Persian rugs of the 19 and 20th centuries, rugs of this region have several unique and positive attributes, such as very high quality wool, local natural sourced dyes and superb workmanship that have put the name “Sarouk” on the map for over a century and.

This example of Sarouk rug is in pristine condition and has is an absolute complement to any décor.

 

Construction: Handmade; Hand Knotted
Materials: Fine Wool, Natural Dyes
Shape: Square
Measurements: 15’x15′