Out of all the rugs woven in Iran, Bidjar’s are the hardest wearing of them all. The knots are tightly packed together which makes it particularly indestructible and very suitable for somewhere where it is going to be very heavy traffic. The name Bidjar denotes the meaning of durability to many rug specialists. High-quality wool in red, blue, and green with beige colors is generally used. The most common pattern is Herati also referred to as fish or Mahi, they have a sober elegance and fit in most environments.
Sizes Available: 90cm x 150cm – (3’×5′) | 120cm x 180cm – (4’×6’) | 150cm x 240cm – (5’x8′) | 200cm x 290cm – (6’7″x9’6″) | 240cm x 330cm – (8’x11′) | 280cm x 380cm – (9’2×12’6) – All Handmade rug sizes are approx