Ersari oriental rugs are a type of handmade rug that originate from the Ersari tribe, which is located in Central Asia, specifically in Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Afghanistan. These rugs are known for their bold geometric designs and rich, vibrant colors.
Ersari rugs often feature repeating motifs, such as the "gul" or flower, and are typically made using high-quality wool or sometimes silk. They are known for their durability and can last for generations if properly cared for.
The Ersari tribe is renowned for their rug-making skills, which have been passed down through generations. Ersari rugs are highly prized by collectors and rug enthusiasts around the world for their quality and beauty.
In addition to their aesthetic appeal, Ersari rugs are culturally significant, as they represent the traditional weaving techniques and motifs of the Central Asian region. They are considered to be an important part of the region's cultural heritage and are valued not only for their beauty but also for their historical and cultural significance.
|Actual Size||2' 2" X 2' 11"|
|Country of Origin||Afghanistan|
|Period||21st Century 1st Qtr|
|Colour Tags||Red, Blue, Brown, Orange|