Sarouk rugs, without a doubt have been the most popular Persian rugs in the United States in the 20th century. The curvilinear florals and the fine weave put them among the favorite oriental rugs for collectors as well as designers. Sarouk area rugs are usually quite colorful with a deep red field, blue and ivory florals. Recently a larger variety of color combinations as well as sizes are used in hand knotted Sarouk rugs which makes them available for many settings. Persian Sarouk rugs still are in essence very traditional, typical oriental rugs made with strong wool and dyes.
Masterpieces of persian hand-made crafts and weaving. Fereghan is part of the big Sarouk family of rugs, with accentuated and inspiring designs to add to your decor. The figures and motifs used to make these rugs are quite meticulous and challenging to produce and it's all made by people and not machines. This kind of rug has different spellings in the english language, such as Faragan, Farahan, Feraghan and Ferahan. Any way you want to spell their names, you will always find that this outstanding artistry is the reflection of skilled weavers with an untouched Persian tradition.
1800GetARug is one of the major sources of hand knotted Sarouk rugs in New Jersey, only minutes from New York City. You can also choose to buy a Persian Sarouk rug online and have it delivered to your home anywhere in the world with a full refund guarantee.
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