The 12 Days of Christmas (Oriental Rugs Edition)
Heris, East Azerbaijan Province
The 12 Days of Christmas, Oriental Rugs Edition is all about introducing you to authentic Oriental rugs, and where they come from. We’re touring our favorite places in the world, and we’ll visit a new city each day. By the end of the 12 Days of Christmas, you’ll be the smartest cookie at the holiday party, talkin’ all about fine vintage rugs. Let’s go!
Next Stop Northwest Iran! Here we find ourselves captivated by the beauty of the Sabalan, the third highest mountain in Iran, sitting in a major deposit of copper which also provides water to the villages. You wonder why are we talking copper right now? Well, the sheep my friend, drinks the water that contains traces of copper, aka extremely durable wool, aka Heriz Persian rugs that will last for generations.
Heriz Persian Rugs are one of the few handmade rugs that are constructed by memory! That’s right! Artisans learn this tradition and pass it onto their families. Want another reason? This is a unique style where the weavers tell the story of the old times. Representing their history with geometric patterns Heriz rugs often hold a magnificent dominant medallion in the center, including bright bold colors that can lighten any room.
Let’s Talk Interior Design Schemes
Whenever you find yourself decorating formal style, Heriz rugs will bring a perfect antique look to combine with this ideal symmetry and elegance you are aiming for when decorating this type of interiors. But if yours is not formal style, don’t give up hope just yet! We’ve been around long enough to know this handmade carpet style is the most sought out by our fellow decorators, its rusty and earthy colors possess a charm no one can resist.
So next time, you’re talkin’ extremely durable fine vintage rugs
Look for a rug from the city of Heris, rich in history and overflowing with tradition!