Now available at Souk Zara, Oriental Mouse-rugs, coasters and book mark, designs intricately-detailed fine reproductions of Historic Rugs.

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Now available at Souk Zara, Oriental Mouse-rugs, coasters and book mark, designs intricately-detailed fine reproductions of Historic Rugs.

Tree of Life

This MouseRug design is inspired by a traditional Persian hand-knotted wool carpet that contains silk highlights. The Persian Isfahan rug is a 20th Century rendition of a "vase" carpet, similar to rugs woven in the capital city of Isfahan in the 16th and 17th centuries during the Safavid Dynasty. The inclusion of birds and deer in the rug fit well into the overall design. The classic Isfahan red and blue give this rug a timelessness that allows it to complement any decor.

Jaipur Contemporary

Hand knotted in Northern India, this contemporary Jaipur shows how design themes introduced to the subcontinent by 16th century Mughal lords from Persia have survived for centuries and remain intact today. Though rugs are not native to predominantly Hindu India, the nation has become a world leader in producing superb, handmade rugs.

Turkoman Bokhara

The Turkoman is among the most popular oriental rug designs in the world. It is recognized by the stylized ivory blossoms woven in an overall pattern on a luscious red field. The field is surrounded by several borders containing more stylized flowers. Fanciful myths have evolved to describe the origin of the pattern-some say they are stylized elephant feet. Most experts agree, however, that original Turkoman weavers drew their inspiration from the flowerbeds of a formal garden. To see the full collection of Rugs, please visit Souk Zara.