- The Kashan is a classical high-quality floral rug. Kashans do not use animal patterns
- Like the Tabriz, the Kashan is generally a Persian workshop rug. It's made indoors in a rudimentary family-run factory
- Hand-woven in the village of Kashan in Central Iran
- Contains High quality Merino wool on cotton foundation
- Colors come from vegetable dyes. The classical Kashan dyes are cochineal red and indigo blue.
- Weaver uses a high density Sennah knot to produce this fine Kashan rug
Kashans are typically 5 X 7 feet and in the larger sizes go to 10 X 14 feet
Kashans generally run $3000 and up for 5 X 7 and 10 X 14 will run $15,000-$20,000 for the larger sizes.