We Have Woven Your Dream
We were in this business for many years and by passing the time and showing our ability to serve our clients in the best way many guide books from different part of the world put our name as trusted gallery in their book and many TV channels interviewed us.
Here you can see how famous our gallery is.
Couple of hours spent in our showroom will delight your senses as you experience the pleasures of surrounding yourself with beautiful hand-made wool, cotton, and silk rugs. The largest selection in Isfahan and the region, will guarantee that we can help you find the perfect rug. Our staff will teach you to see and feel the difference between a variety of rugs. Or perhaps you'll discover firsthand the sensual feel of a fine museum quality Persian, Oriental rug. Our inventory consists of several thousand rugs and offers a large selection from which to choose for even the most discerning customers.
H O U R SSaturdays - Thursdays:
From 9:00 AM to 7:30 PMFriday:
From 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Asif Hussain ShahidI had been wanting to get a quality Tableau farsh carpet for many months now. The prices in US were exhorbitant. After much search I found Iran Pazirik to offer quality tableau for right price. Mr. Amir explained the nitty gritty of the carpet in details & providing excellent support in selecting the right one. The customer service was above par & extremely fast shipment of the rug. I look forward to getting another rug in future. Extremely happy with this association.
We have been trying to put our clients in the top priority and with respect to their right , creating a atmosphere full of trust and friendship that makes them to purchase their goods in an excellent condition.
Our main goal is to make our customers happy .
What is Pazirik
The oldest Persian carpet is called "PAZIRIK".it was found in the frozen tomb of a Sakai ruler in the Pazirik valley in Siberia, 80 kilometers from outer Mongolia.
This carpet, which was used as a horse covering, has 36 knots per square centimeter. The colors used are burgundy red, yellow, light green and orange.
Based on original drawings from the Achaemenian dynasty, it is believed to have been handwoven by ancient Medes or Parthians from Khorasan.
The original Pazirik carpet is kept in Hermitage museum in St Petersburg.