Common sizes of Persian carpets

   
  1 - Very small rugs called “Padari” – “Patakhti” and Poshti (doormat, bedside rug and cushion) :
  60 x 80 cm and 90 x 60 cm.
   
  2 - Small rugs called “Zar” and “Charak” :
   Approximately 80 x 130 cm.
   
  3 - Small rugs called “Zar-o-nim” :
  100 x 150 and similar sizes.
   
  4 - Medium – sized rugs called “Sajadeh” (prayer rug) or “Dozar’ie”:
   Approximately 140 x 220 cm and 200 x 140 cm.
   
  5 - Large rugs called “Pardeh;ie” (drape):
  Approximately 150 x 250 cm and 170 x 280 cm.
   
  6 - Small carpets :
  Approximately 200 x 300 cm and 250 x 350 cm and similar measurements.
   
  7 - Medium-sized carpets :
   Approximately 270 x 370 cm and 300 x 400 cm and similar sizes.
   
  8 - Large carpets with approximate sizes of 360 x 430 cm, 350 x 460 cm and similar sizes.
   
  9 - Very big carpets with approximate sizes of 400 x 500, 450 x 600 and similar measurements.
   
  10 -Extremely large carpets with an area of 50 to 60 m2 and even larger ones which are woven only by orders. In addition, in Iran two other sizes of carpets are woven as well one of them called side carpet “ Kenareh” in the dimension f 70 to 100 cm in width and 280 to 1600 cm in  length  and  another  one  referenced  as  “ Kalegui” with an approximate width of 120 to 180 cm and a length of 380 to 500 cm, usually used to cover wide corridors or on upside or downside of carpets of the hall. Also, another type of side carpet “ Kenareh” is woven in different parts of Iran which is called narrow “Kharak” (bench rug) which has a width of 60 to 8 cm and a length of 150 to 300 cm.