About Quadrifoglio Gallery’s new, natural dye genuine Persian rugs:
Quadrifoglio Gallery offers a selection of new natural dye Persian rugs that are hand woven utilizing natural dyes and hand spun wool. Our selection of new Bidjar rugs and new Heriz rugs are genuine Persian rugs, not copies from another country.
Bidjar is a legendary weaving village in northwest Persia’s Kurdistan Province. It is a mountainous region with a tradition of superb wool and dye quality and Bidjar is known for producing the most densely woven rugs in Iran (Persia). Antique Bidjar rugs woven in the 19th century featured a range of designs, including the Harshang design of various palmettes; the Afshan design; the classical Herati design that has its antecedents in Safavid Dynasty carpets from the 16th and 17th centuries and features a central diamond with a rosette and four leaves or fish; the rare Bidjar “Lion Rugs”; the Mina Hani design of flowerheads and lattice work; and the renowned Split Arabesque Bidjar carpets. Click here to view our selection of new, natural dye genuine Persian Bidjar rugs.
In addition to our selection of contemporary Persian Bidjar rugs, Quadrifoglio Gallery offers natural dye Persian Heriz rugs, Kashkuli tribal rugs, Tabriz rugs and Fereghan rugs. Sizes available run from small 2 x 3 mats (also called “Pushtis”) to hallway runners, scatter size rugs and room size carpets.
Our new natural dye Heriz rugs are woven in northwest Persia. Heriz was a famous weaving center in the 19th century, with a number of satellite villages also weaving rugs. The carpets colloquially referred to as antique “Serapi” carpets were woven in the Heriz district in northwest Persia’s Azerbaijan Province. Our new Heriz rugs feature classic designs, natural dyes and hand spun wool. As is the case with our contemporary natural dye Bidjar rugs, our contemporary Heriz rugs are very durable and suitable for high traffic areas.