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Vintage 1960's Northwest Persia Serab rug - 4'5" x 8'11"

Regular price $2,560.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $2,560.00 USD

Serab Rugs are known for their fine long rugs or runners with a characteristic camel ground and lozenge-shaped medallions (circa 1960). The village of Serab is located near Heriz in Persia. One of the distinguishing attributes of the antique Serab rugs, is that most were woven using camel hair. The camel hair fibers are quite sturdy and they tend to be pretty resistant to wear and use. This allows the Persian Serab rugs to remain supple as the earthy undyed camel hair color tones. American Southwestern interiors are a natural fit for these antique Serab rugs, but they are not limited to this culture and design element.

Details + Dimensions


100% wool fiber on a cotton base / pile height is 1/8"


4'5" x 8'11"


Tan, copper and blues


Hand Woven


Imported from Turkey

Care Guide

It is highly recommended that you vacuum your rug once a week. If your rug has fringes, be careful when vacuuming. Do not vacuum the fringes as they may pull. Keep away from excessive moisture. Rugs in direct sunlight will fade over time, rotate your rug. Blot spills immediately with a white cloth. Harsh chemicals may damage or fade rug. Use rug protectors under heavy furniture. Indoor Use only.

Professional rug cleaning recommended as needed. Avoid rubbing material on rug.

Not Washable - Rug pad is recommended