Pasargad to Launch Handmade Collections

Handmade CollectionsNEW YORK - The 109-year-old, third-generation, India-based rug house Pasargad is coming to High Point Market with new collections of rugs that includes flat weave designer patterns priced specifically for online retailers and furniture stores.
     Dubbed the Sahara collection, the new rugs are handmade of wool.
     Patterns include chevron stripes, tile and trellis looks and other refreshed Moroccan-inspired styles in vibrant, two-toned color stories. The cheerful palette is achieved with natural dyes and includes turquoise, sunflower, tangerine, soft gray, grass green, taupe and navy.
     "These modern flat weave designs offer a dynamic style story at an affordable price," said Beni Isfahani, president.
A 6-by-9 will retail for about $450.
     Pasargad's showroom at High Point is located in the Suites at Market Square, Mezzanine Level, space No. 1035.
     The company will also be showing other new varieties within its signature Persian, European, Indian, Turkish and Caucasian designs. The company specializes in Agras, Serapis, Sarouks, Kashans, Kirmans, Oushaks, Sultanabads, Savonneries, Kazaks, Qashqa'is, and Afshars.

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