Shahsavan 3


Soumak Shahsavan kilim is a unique art of north-western Iran. This artistic activity is quite popular among women of the region, especially Arasbaran. Some 85 percent of nomads of the province are active in weaving Soumak.

The name Shahsavan given to these kilims is due to a tribe formed by Shah Abbas Safavid. This tribe pledged Shah and defended his western frontiers…


Soumak- Afshar

Afshars tribe were historically Turkoman tribe which became separated from other Turkoman groups. The Afshar tribes were first moved to the south of Kerman region in the sixteenth century by Shah Tahmasp. (1502-1736).

Nowadays a large body of weaving from southern Iran, bear the label “Afshar” also known as “Kilim”.Their pile rugs and flat woven kilims …


Fars- Qashqai

One of our main products is Qashqai kilims made by the Qashqai tribe in Fars province in Iran. This striking all wool flat weaves rug or kilim from the Fars region was woven in slit tapestry weave by a woman of the Qashqai people.

The weavers of Qashqai have the highest reputation amongst the people of the Fars area and are known for their fine knotted pile carpets …


Fars- Khamseh

Khamseh tribal is formed from the unity of five tribal groups of Persian,  Arab and Turkish nomadic origins from the Fars province (Shiraz) in south west of Iran.  Generally Khamseh kilim rugs are slightly darker than Qashqai kilim rugs.

The design and colours of this handwoven rug is characteristic of rugs woven by women of the Khamseh Federation in the late 1800s..


Lori- Bakhtiary

The Bakhtiari kilim rugs (Lori kilims), along with other weavings, is a major art form of the Bakhtiari tribe, located in Chahar Mahaal and Bakhtiari, Iran. They have been weaving rugs exported around the globe since the early 19th century.

Lori kilim is more famous with the name of Rendy in the nomadic and tribal regions of this province such as Ardal, Lordegan and some parts of Farsan..



Weaving kilim is one of the most important handicrafts and traditional industries of Mazandaran province in north of Iran.These kilims produced for local use in the Caspian region represent one of the most authentic traditions of Persian rug.

Although their minimalist approach to design often appears strikingly modern in its graphic simplicity.

Senneh- Kurdish

Senneh kilim, handwoven floor covering made by Kurds who live in or around the town of Senneh (now called Sanandaj) in western Iran.The kilims of Senneh are prized for their delicate pattern and colouring and for their fine weave.

They are by far the most sophisticated of the Kurdish rugs. The designs usually involve some repeat pattern, or diaper, such as the herati…