Vintage Persian Ardabil rug, Geometric Design ~2001


Carpet Specifications

Additional information


Rose, Green


Genuine Persian

Size (centimetre)

200cm x 137cm

Size (feet,inch)

6' 6.74" x 4' 5.94"


Wool, Cotton

Rug Type

Area Rug




Ardabil Rug





Woven On (approximately)


$ 588

One of A Kind

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One of A Kind

$ 588

Vintage Persian Ardabil rug, Geometric Design ~2001
Premium Quality Guaranteed ✓

Details & Story Of This Carpet

By Reza Derakhshesh (Persian Carpet Expert)

Gol or Goli carpet pattern is also known as Gul or Guli, a carpet Pattern model that is widely woven in the Ardabil region in northwestern Iran.

Guli is the same Toranj in the pattern of most Persian rugs combined with geometric designs. Guli Carpets are woven in the form of one bergamot or “beer Gul” in the Azari language, or two bergamots, (Iki Gul) or the form of three bergamots (Uch Gul) and more Moreover, Uch Goal designs are more common in Ardabil.

There are also different types of Guli designs. Square Guli designs, rhombus Guli designs, cross Guli designs, hexagonal Guli designs, octagonal Guli designs, solar Guli designs, and other regular and irregular Guli designs.

Guli carpets are often woven from high quality shiny and thick wool with Turkish knots and long pile.

This is a handmade Persian carpet that was woven more than twenty years ago with a Guli pattern in Ardabil city. This handmade carpet is 200 cm long and 137 cm wide.

Besides, in each square meter of this carpet, more than 180,000 knots have been used and 12 different colors have been used in its designs. The main tones used in the background of this carpet are cream, red and light blue.

Additionally, Ardabil carpets are famous for their bright colors. Moreover, Architecture has long been considered in Iran and Ardabil and the designs used in Iranian architecture have been used in this carpet.

The geometric design used in this carpet has many fans in interior decoration.

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