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16327 Karaja Circa 1920’s

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The village of Karaja is known for its identifiable geometric rug design that shares some of the traits of other weaving from the East Azerbaijan Province of Iran, including HerizSerapi and Bakshaish, while adding distinctive elements of their own. Their artistry, handsome palette and durable weave make them a wonderful addition to the pantheon of Persian Rugs.
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The specific number of medallions is typically based on the length and shape of the rug. Most Karaja rugs tend toward area sizes and runners. The occasional room size carpet will combine parallel rows of these repeating medallions upon a soothing madder red or dramatic indigo field. The Karaja runner is an excellent choice for the busy, modern hallway, being both artistically expressive and resilient to wear. The same can be said for an area size in a highly trafficked location such as an entryway.

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