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New York City dealer in Persian, Caucasian, Turkish, Indian and European antique decorative and collectible rugs and carpets

Aubussons, Axminsters, Savonneries, Tapestries, Persian carpets and more at Metropolitan Carpet Gallery




Dazkiri means “Bare Field”.  It is also the name of a village in Western Anatolia.  Rugs from this village have a unique border design as shown and the lozenge motif and the field are filled with geometricized florets.


Please note that the 0 (Zero) is shown in the chart as a diamond shape figure but in reality in most cases Zero is a dot.