The Persian city of Esfahan has been one of the centers of architecture, art and fine rug making for centuries. Having flourished in the Safavid dynasty era in the 16th century, Esfahan rugs along with Kashan rugs today are still among the most wanted throughout the markets of the world. Known for very symmetrical and balanced designs, Persian Esfahan rugs usually have blue, rose, and indigo motifs. They usually have a single medallion that is surrounded with vines and palmettos.The craftsmanship is always superb and so is the material used in weaving these fantastic rugs.
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