The latest acquisition in our antique Persian carpet collection is this Senneh carpet circa 1910. It has a beautiful boteh (paisley) design with roses in the surrounding border, a favourite design amongst the Kurdish weavers who weave the Senneh carpets.

The city of Sanandaj (previously called Senneh), the capitol of the Kurdistan province in the west of Iran, is its place of origin. Senneh carpets are arguably the finest made by the Kurdish weavers and are known for their dense, thick pile and fine designs. Very often the Senneh carpets are made with a fine fish design and they are known for the particular orange-red and blue colourings. Contact Shervin Ghorbany for more details - 0824548533