Historically the term Aryana was referred to Afghanistan and certain parts of Persia, including Beluchistan and Central Asia. In fact it’s believed that’s where the name “Iran” originally came from. These descendants of Turkish and Mogul tribes, and nomadic weavers created beautiful masterpiece rugs. The wool came from the sheep raised in the mountains of Afghanistan and Eastern Iran, where produces a longer wearing and beautiful rug. Only natural dyes are used to create these gorgeous rugs using Indigo, Madder root, kesuphul, Walnut husk, Ousparak and Pomegranate. Beautiful handspun wool and abrash is a characteristic of these oriental area rugs.
Construction: Handmade; Hand Knotted
Materials: Fine Wool, Natural Dyes
Measurements: 8’3″ X 9’9″