Metro Rugs Clearance



Antique Rugs Clearance From Metro Rug Repair

Find the rugs you love and use it as an inspiration to decorate the space around it. Light up your living space with our discounted Antique Rugs find Affordable Antique Rugs on Clearance……… that will add some radiance and grace wherever you decide to put it. Now Metro Repair Rug brings you the clearance of Affordable Antique Rugs.

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Rug # 201
Style : Caucasian                       Size : 3.06 x 6.00
Price :    $ 200.00
Condition : Worn and it has About 2 feet tear.
Description : Caucasian rugs are primarily produced as village productions rather than city pieces. Made from materials particular to individual tribal provinces, the rugs of the Caucasus normally display bold geometric designs in primary colours. Styles typical to the Caucasus region are Daghestan, Shirvan, Gendje rugs, Kazakh and Quba rugs. Several carpet styles from contemporary northwestern Iran also fall largely into this bracket, such as the Ardabil rugs.

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Rug # 203
Style : Turkish              Size : 1.11 x 3.00
Price :   $ 150.00
Condition : Good Condition
Description :A Turkish carpet is a knotted, pile-woven floor or wall covering which is produced mainly in Anatolia and neighbouring areas, for home use, local sale, and export. Along with flat-woven kilim, Turkish carpets form an essential part of Turkish culture. Carpet weaving represents a traditional art, dating back to pre-Islamic times. During its long history, the art and craft of the woven carpet has integrated different cultural traditions. Traces of Byzantine design can be detected, Turkic peoples migrating from Central Asia, as well as Armenian people, Caucasian and Kurdic tribes either living in, or migrating to Anatolia, brought with them their traditional designs.

              

Rug # 205
Style : Kurd                                     Size : 2.06 x 3.03
Price : $ 100.00
Condition : Good Condition Some area need repair.
Description : Kurdish rugs (Kurdish: قالی کوردی‎) are rugs woven by the Kurdish people in the Middle East, predominantly the larger Kurdistan region including the Eastern part of Turkey near the Tauros Mountains, Iraq, southernmost Caucasus, Soviet Armenia and North-Western Iran. When referring to Kurdish rugs within the rug industry, one is referring to those made within Iranian Kurdistan

Rug # 204
Style : Baluch                                   Size : 1.05 x 1.11
Price : $ 100.00
Condition : Good Condition
Description : An Afghan rug (or Afghan carpet) is a type of handwoven floor-covering textile traditionally … Another staple of Afghanistan is Baluchi rugs, most notably Baluchi prayer rugs. They are made by Afghanistan’s Baloch people in the south-western.The war rug tradition of Afghanistan has its origins in the decade of Soviet occupation of … The terms Baluch and war rug are generalisations given to the genre by rug dealers, commercial galleries, collectors, critics and commentators.

Rug # 207
Style : Turkish                        Size : 1.07 x 3.00
Price : $ 150.00
Condition : Good Condition
Description : A Turkish carpet is a knotted, pile-woven floor or wall covering which is produced mainly in Anatolia and neighbouring areas, for home use, local sale, and export. Along with flat-woven kilim, Turkish carpets form an essential part of Turkish culture. Carpet weaving represents a traditional art, dating back to pre-Islamic times. During its long history, the art and craft of the woven carpet has integrated different cultural traditions. Traces of Byzantine design can be detected, Turkic peoples migrating from Central Asia, as well as Armenian people, Caucasian and Kurdic tribes either living in, or migrating to Anatolia, brought with them their traditional designs.

Rug # 206
Style : Turkish                                    Size : 2.00 x 2.00
Price : $ 100.00
Condition : Worn and it has tear.
Description : A Turkish carpet is a knotted, pile-woven floor or wall covering which is produced mainly in Anatolia and neighbouring areas, for home use, local sale, and export. Along with flat-woven kilim, Turkish carpets form an essential part of Turkish culture. Carpet weaving represents a traditional art, dating back to pre-Islamic times. During its long history, the art and craft of the woven carpet has integrated different cultural traditions. Traces of Byzantine design can be detected, Turkic peoples migrating from Central Asia, as well as Armenian people, Caucasian and Kurdic tribes either living in, or migrating to Anatolia, brought with them their traditional designs.

 

Rug # 209

Style : Sarouk                                               Size : 2.05 x 4.05

Price : $ 200.00
Condition : Perfect Condition
Description : Sarouk rugs have been produced for much of the last century. The early successes of the Sarouk rug are largely owed to the American market. From the 1910s to 1950s, the “American Sarouk” also known as the “Painted Sarouk” was produced.

                

Rug # 210
Style : Baluch               Size : 2.07 x 3.11
Price : $ 200.00
Condition : Worn No hole no need any thing.
Description : An Afghan rug (or Afghan carpet) is a type of handwoven floor-covering textile traditionally … Another staple of Afghanistan is Baluchi rugs, most notably Baluchi prayer rugs. They are made by Afghanistan’s Baloch people in the south-western. The war rug tradition of Afghanistan has its origins in the decade of Soviet occupation of … The terms Baluch and war rug are generalisations given to the genre by rug dealers, commercial galleries, collectors, critics and commentators.

           

Rug # 291
Style : Caucasian                                     Size : 4.07 x 6.02
Price : $ 500.00
Condition : Worn need some repair but no hole.
Description : Caucasian rugs are primarily produced as village productions rather than city pieces. Made from materials particular to individual tribal provinces, the rugs of the Caucasus normally display bold geometric designs in primary colours. Styles typical to the Caucasus region are Daghestan, Shirvan, Gendje rugs, Kazakh and Quba rugs. Several carpet styles from contemporary northwestern Iran also fall largely into this bracket, such as the Ardabil rugs.

         

Rug # 213
Style : Afghan                                              Size : 5.00 x 6.09
Price : $ 120.00
Condition : Worn need some repair.
Description : An Afghan rug (or Afghan carpet) is a type of handwoven floor-covering textile traditionally made in Afghanistan. Many of the Afghan rugs are also woven by Afghan refugees who reside in Pakistan. In 2008, 2013 and 2014, Afghan rug won international awards, which is held every year in Hamburg, Germany. The Afghan rugs are mostly assembled in northern and western Afghanistan, by various ethnic groups but mainly by Turkmen.

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Rug # 214
Style : Karaj                                 Size : 2.03 x 3.08
Price : $ 200.00
Condition : Perfect Condition.
Description : Karaj rugs are hand-woven by the nomadic tribes of eastern Iran, Islamic Republic of and the western border of Pakistan and feature geometrical designs and earthy colours. The thick, lustrous wool pile is hand spun from local camel or sheep and natural vegetable dyes are mainly used to ensure purity. A subtle, soft patina will develop over time, enhacing the beauty of these tribal artworks. Constructed using centuries old techniques, a Karaj rug is built to last.

         

Rug # 215
Style : Sarouk  Fragment Rug                                     Size : 2.10 x 5.11
Price : $ 200.00
Condition : Good Condition
Description : Sarouk rugs have been produced for much of the last century. The early successes of the Sarouk rug are largely owed to the American market. From the 1910s to 1950s, the “American Sarouk” also known as the “Painted Sarouk” was produced.

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Rug # 216
Style : Sumak   Fragment Rug                                     Size : 1.08 x 3.04
Price : $ 120.00
Condition : Good Condition it has hole.
Description : Somak (also spelled Soumakh, Sumak, Sumac, or Soumac) is a tapestry technique of weaving strong and decorative textiles used as rugs and domestic bags. Baks used for bedding are known as Soumak Mafrash. Soumak is a type of flat weave, somewhat resembling but stronger and thicker than kilim, with a smooth front face and a ragged back, where kilim is smooth both sides. Soumak lacks the slits characteristic of kilim, as it is usually woven with supplementary weft threads as continuous supports.

       

Rug # 217
Style : Karaj                                                     Size : 2.00 x 3.07
Price : $ 100.00
Condition : Worn no need nothing.
Description : Karaj rugs are hand-woven by the nomadic tribes of eastern Iran, Islamic Republic of and the western border of Pakistan and feature geometrical designs and earthy colours. The thick, lustrous wool pile is hand spun from local camel or sheep and natural vegetable dyes are mainly used to ensure purity. A subtle, soft patina will develop over time, enhacing the beauty of these tribal artworks. Constructed using centuries old techniques, a Karaj rug is built to last.

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Rug # 219
Style : Malayer                                            Size : 4.02 x 6.02
Price : $ 120.00
Condition : Worn and hole.
Description : Malayer (Persian: Malāyer‎‎, formerly Dowlatabad (Persian: Doulatābād), also Romanized as Dowlatābād and Daūlatābād) is a city in and capital of Malayer County, Hamadan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 153,748, in 40,750 families. The second largest city of the province, Malayer has a reputation for rug weaving and has some popular parks. Malayer is located between Hamedan.

Rug # 220
Style : Bessarabian                                        Size : 6.08 x 8.06
Price : $ 750.00
Condition : Perfect Condition.
Description : Bessarabian rugs and carpets are the commonly given name for rugs in pile and tapestry technique originating in Russian provinces as well as Ukraine and Moldova during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Some scholars will classify flat-woven carpets as Bessarabian, while referring to knotted-pile carpets as Ukrainian. They are predominantly from an area corresponding to modern Bulgaria and Romania. Produced under late Ottoman rule, they stand right on the cusp of European and Oriental carpet weaving.

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Rug # 221
Style : Mahal                             Size : 3.10 x 6.05
Price : $ 200.00
Condition : No worn it has a hole.
Description : The city of Sultanabad (now known as Arak) was founded in 1808 to become the major center of rug production in Iran. Sultanabad carpets are distinguished as the highest quality of Mahal productions manufactured in the Arak region. Other types of Sultanabad designs may include production from Mushkabad. Farahans and Sarouks were also made in the Arak region.

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Rug # 222
Style : Caucasian                                  Size : 3.11 x 7.10
Price : $ 120.00
Condition : Worn and holes.
Description : Caucasian rugs are primarily produced as village productions rather than city pieces. Made from materials particular to individual tribal provinces, the rugs of the Caucasus normally display bold geometric designs in primary colours. Styles typical to the Caucasus region are Daghestan, Shirvan, Gendje rugs, Kazakh and Quba rugs. Several carpet styles from contemporary northwestern Iran also fall largely into this bracket, such as the Ardabil rugs.
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