Hashtrood Rug

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Hashtrood rugs originate from Hashtrood, located in Eastern Azerbaijan, southeast of Tabriz and north of Zanjan. The name Hashtrood literally means 8 rivers – Hasht means 8 and Rood means river – due to its location in close proximity to the 8 rivers of the region. Hashtrood rugs are well known to be woven in long rug runner sizes, although other sizes are available. Skilled artisans use the Turkish knot when weaving Hashtrood rugs, with the average KPSI (knots per square inch) being approximately 82. It may be difficult to acquire Hashtrood rugs as there is quite limited output especially when compared with other very prolific cities in the region.

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