Kashan Rug, Unique Blue Persian Rug DR474

Kashan Rug, Unique Blue Persian Rug DR474


This is a 40-years-old authentic hand-knotted Kashan rug with a design of oriental pots, containers, animals, birds and flowers.


This is an original Persian rug that was woven more than 40 years ago in the ancient city of Kashan. This rug has a blue background on which there are designs of ancient vases and pottery with beautiful designs. Motifs of flowers, animals and birds can also be seen on the carpet.

This small Kashan rug has a length of 218 cm and a width of 138 cm and there are more than 250,000 knots in each square of it, which puts this carpet among the exquisite and dense carpets.


  • No allergenic
  • Natural color
  • Made of best soft wool
  • Heigh density and elegance
  • Authentic and Original

A 40-year-old handmade Kashan rug with unique design for sale online in the Carpetship online store.

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Handmade (Knotted by hand))


Approx 40 years

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2 reviews for Kashan Rug, Unique Blue Persian Rug DR474

  1. 5 out of 5


    I was delighted with my carpet the price and sevice for delivery was fantastic i would be recommending this to my friends%100

  2. 5 out of 5


    I was delighted with my rug the price and delivery was fantastic i would be recommending this to my friends%100

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Kashan’s rugs are among the best in Persian carpets thanks to the quality of their wool, their extraordinarily knots density and the beauty of color and drawings.

Kashan rug and carpet
Kashan rug and carpet

Persian rugs are very pretty, a classic example of Persian rugs are Kashan rugs. In Kashan rug, wool is often used for knotting. However, there are also many cases where silk is knotting. The Kashan Carpet name is coming from the Kashan city where this type of carpet is woven.

Traditional weaving techniques of Kashan carpets are transmitted by grandmothers and mothers to their daughters and granddaughters through learning. Men also acquire through learning the techniques of designing, shearing wool, dyeing, and manufacturing looms and other instruments.

The Kashan carpet is almost always adorned with a central medallion that ends at the top and bottom with two flowery crowns and in the rest of the background flowers and foliage are intertwined. In the elementary selection of the design, there are always variable patterns.