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Hailing from one of Iran's oldest cities, Kashan, these Persian masrepieces first adorned homes and palaces as early as the 17th Century. Undeniably referenced as the most glorious and beautiful of all persian rugs, the Kashan range encapsulates much history. Offering both a nw and pre-owned range (aged between 10 and 25 years), these hand knotted gems are restored to create immaculate and decoative designs, whilst maintaining their historic magic. Poular colours include ivory, red and navy blue, with softer blues being found in newer rugs.

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1. What is Afghan Aaqcha Oriental rugs?


Kashan describes a hand-knotted rug that usually contains a diamond-shaped medallion on a Shah Abbas field. Shah Abbas field refers to a Mogul ruler that made a significant contribution to the overall rise of the Persian textile art in the 16th & 17th centuries

2. Where does Persian Kashan rugs come from?


Hailing from one of Iran’s oldest cities, Kashan, these Persian masterpieces first adorned homes and palaces as early as the 17th Century.

3. What makes Persian Kashan rugs so special?


Undeniably referenced as the most glorious and beautiful of all Persian rugs, the Kashan range encapsulates much history. Offering both a new and pre-owned range (aged between 10 and 25 years), these hand knotted gems, are restored to create immaculate and decorative designs, whilst maintaining their historic magic.

4. What are the typical colors of Persian Kashan rugs?


Popular colors include ivory, red and navy blue, with softer blues being found in newer rugs

5. What is the knot count of an original Kashan Persian rug?


It can range from 100 to over 800 per square inch for the most majestic (and expensive) Kashan rugs.