Persian rug

Toosekan village rug (50387)


150 x 105cm

Bidjar is the name of a small Kurdish town in western Iran. Kurdish carpets are often very strong and compact, which makes them extremly durable. The name Bidjar denotes the meaning of durability to many carpet specialists. The weavers use their heavy comb, made of metal and wood, to beat the weft and the knots, so that the pile almost stands up. The surface of the pile therefore, becomes very compact, which prevents gravel and other small particles to be pressed into the carpet. The carpets are made with Turkish knots and are generally red and blue with beige elements.



Toosekan village rugs are known for their durability, and quality of workmanship.  They often feature stunning colours in vegetable dyes.

West End Co. is Brisbane’s largest importer and retailer of Persian rugs, tribal rugs, village rugs, and kilim rugs.  Our rugs are shipped Australia wide with free shipping.


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