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Antique Isfahan rug, 4' 4'' x 7' 9''
Historic Oriental Rugs Collection

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Antique Isfahan rug, 4' 4'' x 7' 9''<br/>Historic Oriental Rugs Collection
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Antique Isfahan rug
Item# hisfa001

Size: 4' 4'' x 7' 9''
Availability: Custom made only. Please call. (856) 503-9900

The rug shown in the photograph is an antique rug and is no longer available for purchase. But as part of our Historic Oriental Rug collection it is available as a custom made rug. We are the exclusive source for museum-quality custom Oriental rugs.

A special Isfahan rug with a dragon and phoenix central medallion and an animal cartouche border of lions, leopards and antelope. Measures 4' 4'' x 7' 9''.
Our museum-quality, hand-knotted rug accurately re-creates the rug pictured while adding the richness and variations that are unique to handmade items. Available in any size.

Custom Available

This rug is only available as a commissioned custom rug. We can make this rug in any size and color. A corner will be woven for your approval before the final rug is started. Depending on the size, commissioned rugs will take 6 to 8 months for delivery. All hand-knotted with hand-spin wool and all-natural, vegetal dyes. Our custom rugs are made exactly as the originals were made.

Please contact us for more information on our custom Oriental rug program.


All our Oriental rugs are hand knotted of pure, hand-spun wool and all-natural dyes. We make our own dyes, we dye our own wool, and we set our own dyes using all-natural sea salt derived from the shores of the Caspian Sea. We never use aniline, chrome, or synthetic dyes in any of our Oriental rugs.


All our Oriental rugs are made by highly skilled adult women. No children are ever used in making any Richard Rothstein Oriental rug.

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