Ziegler Farahan carpets

Ziegler Farahan carpets


Farahan carpets - timeless beauty for your home

Farahan carpets, also known as Ferahan and Feraghan, are hand-knotted carpets with elegantly designed patterns. These carpets come from western Persia and have been valued for centuries for their high quality and timeless beauty.

Ziegler carpets are a special type of Farahan carpets. They are known for their antique patina and the unique charm that is created by the elaborate treatment processes after hand-knotting. The pile is abraded by stones and the colors are bleached by sunlight to make the rug an antique oriental rug. These treatment processes were originally used to age the synthetic colors of Ziegler carpets more quickly and create an antique, vintage effect.

Since the Ziegler carpets did not have their own understanding of patterns, they were inspired by other oriental carpet patterns. However, compared to other classic oriental carpets, the patterns on the Ziegler Farahan carpets are more reserved. The classic Ziegler Farahan carpet is decorated with large, filigree ornaments without a central medallion. The color scheme is often dominated by light beige tones and red accents.

Ziegler Farahan rugs - classic style with a touch of elegance

At BeyondKnots we offer a beautiful collection of Ziegler Farahan rugs, all hand-knotted by skilled master knotters in Pakistan. Our collection includes various sizes and designs, so you are sure to find the perfect Farahan rug for your home. Our carpets are made from high-quality wool and undergo special treatment processes that give them an antique patina.

The hand-knotted Ziegler Farahan runner is particularly elegant. The rug was patterned after traditional Persian rugs with contemporary, modern design elements. The result is high-quality Ziegler Farahan carpets that fit perfectly into modern interior design concepts. The light pastel tones give the carpet an exclusive and unique charm.

Discover our fabulous range of exquisite Farahan rugs now at BeyondKnots!

Farahan Rugs - Durable art rugs from India

Each Ziegler Farahan rug is unique as it is handmade by skilled artisans in India. The quality and durability of these rugs are exceptional, so you will enjoy them for a long time. They are made from 100% wool and are therefore particularly durable and easy to care for.

Check out our selection of Ziegler Farahan rugs now and find the perfect rug for your home. Whether in the living room, bedroom or dining area, these rugs add a stylish accent and create a cozy atmosphere.

Our Ziegler carpets are made from natural dyes and high-quality, hand-spun virgin wool. The rugs are stonewashed and sun-bleached to achieve the distinctive, antique look.

Since the design and, above all, the effect of the Ziegler is popular with interior designers and decorators, the carpets are still reproduced in Pakistan and India today. Today, the original process brings a wide variety of classic oriental patterns back to life.

Our Ziegler Farahan carpets are true works of art for the floor. They are characterized by their unusual designs and colors and are a wonderful addition to any home. From traditional patterns to modern geometric shapes, there is something to suit every taste.

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