Sarouk

Sarouk

SAROUK (SARUQ) rugs and carpets are characterized by both curvilinear and geometric patterns and come in both traditional and American styles. The traditional designs consist of Herati, boteh, or gul hannai motifs in either an all-over or medallion layout. The medallion layout could have a hexagonal, oval, diamond, round, or angular floral shape. The most interesting traditional design is a medallion-and-corner layout which consists of geometric yet very naturalistic floral motifs.

This carpet is knotted in a large area surrounding the village of Sarouk in the western parts of central Persia.  The wool used is of high quality and treated to lustre and the carpet is thick and durable. A Sherkat is more exact and finer than other Sarouk carpets.

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