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Designs are more than what meets the eye. On the basis of designs, the carpets or rugs can be classified enormously as:

Indo-Kashan Carpets

This is an interrelated leaf and tendril design. There is no central medallion.

Indo-Kashmar Carpets

Carpets made in KASHMAR usually have curvilinear abstract patterns.

Kashmir Carpets

have intricate designs that are primarily oriental, floral style in a range of colors, sizes and quality.

Indo-Kerman Carpets

This pattern consists of a floral medallion, intricate corners and a border.

Mahal Carpets

This is a nonfigurative floral design, noticeably geometric.

Indo-Mir Carpets

Also known as Boteh, this Indian carpet design is a paisley design that is spread all over.

Indo-Tibetian Carpets

Tibetan khaden with designs from the early part of the 20th century showing the greater elaboration and wider color range from this period.

Indo-NAIN Carpets

Characterized by their oriental design.

Indo-Oushak Carpets

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Indo-Persian Carpets

floral patterns in the Persian tradition were incorporated into design and room size, decorative carpets were woven as European standards. demanded.

Indo-Sarough Carpets

This is simply a pattern of independent flower bouquets.

Indo-Savonnerie Carpets

This is an elaborate Aubusson pattern

Indo-Serapi Carpets

This pattern developed into the heriz design and is geometric in shape that consists of a medallion from which arms extend.

Indo-Tabriz Carpets

This is a leaf and tendril pattern, with an elaborate motif at the corner areas and a floral border. There is an extended medallion.

Indo-Turkish Carpets

The history of its designs, motifs and ornaments thus reflects the political and ethnic history and diversity of the area of Asia minor.

Tribal Carpets

These are irregular patterns of diverse kinds.