Caucasian Rugs originate from the area between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea known as Caucasus which comprises of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia today. Each area is reknown for its own type of carpet. For example, Kuba with the famous Chi-Chi and Konaghend patterns that are sought-after by collectors, Shirvans and Daghestans.

In the early part of 20th century, Caucasian Rugs were exported to the West with some older pieces that had been used in Russia. The majority of Caucasian Rugs are made from wool and in some occasions from cotton.

The key features of of Caucasian Antique Rugs are bold, geometric patterns that are sharply outlined with the use of reds, blues and yellows as predominant colours often contrasting sharply.

Our Collection of Antique Caucasian Rugs comprises of some very sought-after and collectable pieces.