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35
Rug Bidjar 200 x 290 Bidjar
199 x 294
2,142€ 1,392€
40
Bidjar Rug 250 x 170 Bidjar
174 x 246
2,570€ 1,541€
20
Bidjar Rug 80 x 300 Bidjar
84 x 304
553€ 440€
Bidjar Rug 200 x 250 Bidjar
202 x 252
1,909€
50
Rug Bidjar 150 x 60 Bidjar
58 x 153
1,231€ 612€
40
Bidjar Rug 370 x 560 Bidjar
368 x 555
11,186€ 6,723€
20
Bidjar Rug 210 x 300 Bidjar
205 x 298
1,677€ 1,344€
50
Rug Bidjar 200 x 290 Bidjar
198 x 285
3,546€ 1,773€
35
Rug Bidjar 200 x 290 Bidjar
197 x 287
2,159€ 1,404€
40
Rug Bidjar 310 x 250 Bidjar
249 x 310
5,021€ 3,010€
45
Rug Bidjar 250 x 250 Bidjar
245 x 245
3,391€ 1,868€
45
Bidjar Rug 300 x 200 Bidjar
203 x 296
2,058€ 1,130€
Bidjar Rug 250 x 300 Bidjar
253 x 297
2,629€
Bidjar Rug 200 x 310 Bidjar
203 x 307
2,629€
30
Rug Bidjar 170 x 250 Bidjar
168 x 245
4,391€ 3,070€
40
Rug Bidjar 60 x 90 Bidjar
60 x 90
184€ 110€
Rug Bidjar 60 x 90 Bidjar
60 x 90
134€
40
Rug Bidjar 250 x 350 Bidjar
250 x 350
4,950€ 2,975€
30
Rug Bidjar 300 x 210 Bidjar
205 x 303
1,701€ 1,195€
20
Rug Bidjar 300 x 190 Bidjar
193 x 298
2,052€ 1,642€
35
Rug Bidjar 350 x 260 Bidjar
255 x 350
5,438€ 3,534€
35
Bidjar Rug 310 x 90 Bidjar
87 x 310
2,879€ 1,868€
Bidjar Rug 330 x 250 Bidjar
250 x 334
2,915€
40
Bidjar Rug 90 x 60 Bidjar
60 x 90
184€ 110€
30
Bidjar Rug 60 x 90 Bidjar
60 x 91
174€ 122€
20
Rug Bidjar 70 x 410 Bidjar
66 x 410
4,093€ 3,272€
45
Rug Bidjar 170 x 240 Bidjar
171 x 242
1,915€ 1,053€
20
Rug Bidjar 200 x 300 Bidjar
201 x 295
2,040€ 1,630€
35
Rug Bidjar 200 x 290 Bidjar
201 x 288
2,118€ 1,374€
35
Rug Bidjar 80 x 330 Bidjar
81 x 333
821€ 535€
20
Rug Bidjar 70 x 130 Bidjar
72 x 134
368€ 297€
30
Rug Bidjar 60 x 90 Bidjar
60 x 90
164€ 115€
50
Rug Bidjar 180 x 120 Bidjar
121 x 183
1,136€ 571€
20
Rug Bidjar 240 x 180 Bidjar
176 x 241
1,927€ 1,541€
50
Rug Bidjar 240 x 240 Bidjar
243 x 243
3,593€ 1,796€
Rug Bidjar 140 x 70 Bidjar
69 x 138
333€
45
Bidjar Rug 300 x 200 Bidjar
200 x 303
4,153€ 2,284€
Bidjar Rug 150 x 90 Bidjar
91 x 145
1,648€
35
Bidjar Rug 240 x 170 Bidjar
168 x 240
1,541€ 999€
20
Bidjar Rug 240 x 170 Bidjar
166 x 244
1,338€ 1,071€
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Bidjar Rugs

Overview Bijar rugs

Bijar carpet - The most robust pile in the world

The Bidjar is considered to be the most durable and strongest oriental carpet at all. A use over many decades is not uncommon. With its comparatively subtle patterns and colors, it has won many lovers over time.

The Bijar - A True Classic

The Bijar carpet is a constant among oriental rugs and it is also known by many laymen. It is incomparably hard-wearing and robust, which is why it is recommended to buy it even for rooms with a lot of foot traffic. The carpet owes its name to the city of Bidjar in the northwest of present-day Iran. Around the city, various qualities of the eponymous carpet are knotted. These range from simple to very dense and fine rugs. With us you will find only the highest quality Bijar rugs and you can be sure with a purchase that you will be able to use the carpet for decades in the best quality.

Indian and Persian Bijar

Meanwhile, very high quality Bidjar rugs are also knotted in India. These are often a little cheaper in the purchase price and softer to the touch. Indian Bidjar rugs have fewer knots per square meter than Persian rugs. Nevertheless, the Indo Bidjar is also virtually indestructible. Both rugs can be easily distinguished by the border. While the Indian Bidjar has a soft transition at the corners at the border, the Persian Bidjar carpet has an abrupt end. To the layman this might look like a flaw, but among connoisseurs it is a sign of authenticity and therefore quality. An often used pattern for the Bidjar is the rose. However, the so-called rose Bid jar are usually older rugs, which are rarely knotted today.

Origin and history of the Bijar

The carpet from the Persian province of Kurdestan used to be divided into three main groups:

  • Afshar
  • Halvai
  • Gerrus

The Halvai and Gerrus Bijar carpet was knotted by the local Kurds and was usually slightly lower in knot count than the Afshar Bijar. Today, good and quality Bijar rugs are called Bijar Bukan or Bijar Tekab.

Making of the original Bijar carpet

A genuine Bijar carpet is traditionally knotted by men. Cotton is used for the warp and pure new wool is knotted for the pile. In order to knot a Bijar so tightly and firmly, the weft threads are moistened beforehand and compacted very strongly with the help of an iron comb and powerful strokes . The work is very strenuous and requires a lot of muscle power. As a result, no other carpet has such a robust and tight pile as this particular Persian carpet. Imitations from India are not quite as heavily compacted, but in terms of durability they are in no way inferior to the originals. Bijar rugs are also often spelled as Bijar carpet or Bijar. However, the spelling Bijar has largely prevailed.

Buy a quality Bijar carpet online at Rugway

We offer a wide selection of hand-knotted Bijar rugs. You can buy both our Indian and Persian rugs from us without risk. With our 30-day return policy and free return shipping, we offer you the highest possible service. Our award with the prestigious seal of approval from TrustedShops guarantees you a risk-free purchase with us.

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