Dalchini All Over
2' 8" x 11' 11"
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The Persian rug is the quintessential Oriental rug, famed for its intricacy, knot-density and symbolism. Our Persians are all hand-knotted using a very fine wool from the dhumba sheep dyed with commercially-produced dyes.
Persian rugs are known for their detailed floral designs, sometimes with a pronounced center medallion and sometimes with a repeating all over pattern. Because they are so intricate they tend to have a higher knot count. It's a bit like digital photography: if you have a very detailed image, you need more dots per square inch to show the detail. So, with a very intricate pattern on a rug, you need a lot of knots per square inch to show the design.
Persians are also known for their diverse color pallet. The number of colors in each rug ranges from 15 to 25, giving customers huge flexibility in terms of style and decor. Commonly known Persian designs include Kashan, Kerman, Isfhan and Tabriz.
The name "Persian" sometimes confuses people as our rugs are made in Pakistan, not Iran over which ancient Persia was centered. The reason for this is that when the Moghul empire moved through the Asian subcontinent, people moved from Persia throughout the region taking their designs and traditions with them. The descendants of those artisans passed on their family's rug knotting tradition to these artisans in Pakistan today.
- Knot count: Over 500 knots per square inch with specialty pieces ranging from 800-1250 knots per square inch
- Colors in each rug: 15-25 due to intricate and floral designs
- Composition: 100% wool on a cotton warp and weft. Some pieces will be crafted with a large percentage of silk knots. This will be noted on the price tag as a bundle of silk costs considerably more than the price of wool.
- Type of knot: Senna
- Production: A 9'x12' rug could be completed in 12–14 months by four to five experienced artisans working five to six hours a day. Specialty pieces with higher knot counts would take the same artisans up to 18 months to complete.
US Shipping Policy
Customer Orders within the US
We ship all US shipments via UPS ground standard shipping, either to your home or business address. All packages are insured and a signature is required upon delivery. Use the following chart to figure shipping charges to addresses within the contiguous US.
A 6% sales tax is charged for deliveries to AR, CA, CO, CT, FL, GA, IL, IN, KS, KY, MD, MA, MI, MN, NE, NJ, NY, NC, OH, PA, SC, TN, TX, VT, VA, WA.
For UPS 2nd Day or UPS Overnight services or for shipping to Hawaii or Alaska, please contact us for a shipping quote.
Customer Orders to Canada &
other International Destinations
For Canadian and all other international shipping, please contact us for a shipping quote and know that you will be responsible for applicable duty, custom and brokerage fees that may be assessed by the carrier upon delivery.
Shipping Rates in the US
|Rug Rough Size
(regardless of type of rug)
|4'6"x7, 5'x6', 5'x7'
|5'x8', 6'x8', 6'x9'
|7'x9', 7'x10', 8'x10', 8'x11'
|Runners: up to rough size 8'
|Runners: up to rough size 10'
|Runners: up to rough size 12'
Oriental Rug Room at Ten Thousand Villages' Refund and Exchange Policy:
You have a thirty day return guarantee for a full refund. You will be responsible for return shipping charges. Rugs listed with a sale price of 30% off and higher are final sales.
Oriental Rug Room at Ten Thousand Villages' Payment Options:
You can use Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover and Ten Thousand Villages gift cards.