Persian rugs woven in the village of Serab, located near Heriz. Antique Serab rugs tend to feature somber and slightly oxidized hues, such as camel, mulberry red, and brick. Known for their runners with a characteristic camel ground and lozenge-shaped medallions, the angular style of Serab rugs is reminiscent of tribal Bakshaish rugs and those made by Kashgai weavers. Traditional Serab rugs feature an elongated composition that is bounded by an ornamental frame.

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