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Samarkand Rug 290 x 210 Samarkand
207 x 293
4,652€ 2,784€
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Rug Ziegler 250 x 310 Ziegler
248 x 308
3,415€ 2,725€
Rug Samarkand 100 x 150 Samarkand
101 x 149
612€
40
Rug Ziegler 240 x 180 Ziegler
180 x 241
4,105€ 2,463€
45
Ziegler Rug 220 x 160 Ziegler
158 x 220
1,666€ 916€
40
Samarkand Rug 150 x 100 Samarkand
104 x 147
797€ 476€
35
Ziegler Rug 170 x 240 Ziegler
172 x 240
2,207€ 1,433€
20
Rug Ziegler 150 x 200 Ziegler
149 x 199
1,142€ 910€
20
Rug Ziegler 160 x 210 Ziegler
160 x 211
1,392€ 1,112€
35
Rug Samarkand 130 x 180 Samarkand
126 x 181
1,059€ 690€
35
Rug Samarkand 200 x 150 Samarkand
148 x 202
1,344€ 874€
40
Ziegler Rug 350 x 120 Ziegler
122 x 349
3,201€ 1,921€
20
Ziegler Rug 90 x 70 Ziegler
66 x 94
272€ 217€
45
Samarkand Rug 210 x 150 Samarkand
152 x 211
1,671€ 922€
20
Ziegler Rug 180 x 230 Ziegler
176 x 234
1,981€ 1,588€
40
Rug Ziegler 150 x 220 Ziegler
153 x 215
1,975€ 1,184€
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Rug Ziegler 160 x 220 Ziegler
156 x 216
1,802€ 1,261€
20
Rug Samarkand 100 x 150 Samarkand
98 x 150
725€ 577€
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Rug Kazak 80 x 120 Kazak
82 x 116
321€ 160€
Rug Kazak 80 x 130 Kazak
81 x 125
226€
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Rug Ziegler 240 x 180 Ziegler
177 x 244
2,963€ 1,773€
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Rug Ziegler 260 x 90 Ziegler
85 x 261
1,071€ 856€
Rug Samarkand 120 x 80 Samarkand
84 x 122
380€
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Rug Ziegler 310 x 210 Ziegler
209 x 306
3,819€ 1,909€
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Rug Samarkand 240 x 180 Samarkand
182 x 237
1,808€ 1,445€
35
Rug Kazak 120 x 90 Kazak
85 x 121
279€ 182€
50
Rug Kazak 130 x 90 Kazak
87 x 128
374€ 188€
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Rug Kazak 130 x 90 Kazak
85 x 134
351€ 210€
Rug Kazak 240 x 80 Kazak
77 x 238
410€
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Rug Samarkand 290 x 230 Samarkand
233 x 293
3,355€ 2,689€
Rug Kazak 230 x 170 Kazak
171 x 225
862€
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Ziegler Rug 300 x 200 Ziegler
201 x 300
2,891€ 1,588€
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Ziegler Rug 240 x 160 Ziegler
163 x 241
1,981€ 1,386€
Ziegler Rug 190 x 130 Ziegler
129 x 187
904€
Ziegler Rug 100 x 60 Ziegler
61 x 101
270€
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Kazak Rug 290 x 200 Kazak
196 x 290
1,838€ 1,469€
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Kazak Rug 360 x 270 Kazak
272 x 364
4,248€ 2,546€
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Ziegler Rug 300 x 200 Ziegler
202 x 298
3,272€ 2,130€
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Samarkand Rug 140 x 100 Samarkand
98 x 144
696€ 553€
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Ziegler Rugs

Overview Ziegler Rugs

Ziegler Rugs - From Persian patterns to modern style

For almost 150 years, Ziegler rugs have inspired culture enthusiasts around the world. The colors and patterns of Ziegler rugs vary and are extremely creative, yet the classic Ziegler Farahan is the most popular to most sought after Ziegler rug. Other well-known representatives are the Ziegler Chobi, the Ziegler Bakhtiari, the Ziegler Shaal and the Ziegler Abrash. All of them differ essentially in style.

The history of Ziegler rugs

Ziegler rugs owe their name to the Swiss businessman Philipp Ziegler, who at the end of the 19th century was the first European to establish a rug weaving factory in the former Persia. There he had modern rugs made that were deliberately adapted to European tastes without abandoning Persian patterns and traditions. With success: Ziegler rugs made of wool soon became an international hallmark of quality. Today, however, Ziegler rugs are no longer knotted by the original manufacturer, but the reputation and enthusiasm for the ornamental and modern rugs has remained. With the beautiful color combination of beige as the base color and a secondary color such as red, blue or green, a hand-knotted Ziegler rug beautifies any living room and blends beautifully with the furniture of its surroundings.

Design and colors of the Ziegler rug

Classic Ziegler rugs are decorated with large floral illustrations and usually do not have a real ornament, but a center point from which the pattern runs. Beige is used as the base color and in the border or centerpiece usually red, blue and more rarely brown or even green. The colors are much more restrained than in classic Persian rugs and thus blend in with their surroundings more easily than a lush Oriental rug.

Modern Ziegler rugs

Recently, the trend is towards creative and new design Ziegler rugs, which have an original Persian model, but completely reinterpreted. The Ziegler Bakhtiar is a good example of how an ancient pattern is knotted in a new and modern way as a Ziegler. In this process, the traditional field or garden pattern is reduced to its essential components, creating a completely new rug. All that remains of the old original Bakhtiar rug are the tiles arranged in a checkerboard pattern, on a uniform base color. The Ziegler Shaal is also based on old patterns of the Luren, which actually no longer exist today. However, many of the modern Ziegler rugs are increasingly difficult to categorize and are similar only in their knotting quality.

Ziegler rugs from Afghanistan, Pakistan and India

Ziegler rugs are no longer knotted in Iran today because the Ziegler company went under with the stock market crash of 1929. After the economic consequences, the demand for the next few years had plummeted. However, the rug had already won many enthusiasts and so, over time, other countries began to continue the knotting of Ziegler rugs. In doing so, they refer to the old knotting methods and designs. Especially Afghan and Pakistani Ziegler are particularly good in your quality. However, many of the Zieglers from Afghanistan are traded and sold through the neighboring country of Pakistan because of the ongoing civil war. The original origin remains uncertain in some cases. Indian Ziegler rugs differ from them only very slightly. Only real rug experts can immediately recognize the differences in pattern, knotting and quality.

What is a Ziegler Chobi?

Actually, any Ziegler with a beige base color can be called a Chobi Ziegler. It is often assumed that Chobi and Farahan indicate differences in quality. However, this is a mistake, because Chobi translated means wood colored. In Afghanistan and Pakistan, therefore, rugs of all qualities are called Ziegler Chobi across the board. Likewise, the addition Farahan marks an old pattern and not the quality of a Ziegler rug.

Ziegler - The premium oriental rug

Among all the different oriental rugs there is none with a comparable variety of different designs, color combinations and patterns, and there is no end in sight to this continuing wealth of ideas. Only the beautiful pastel colors, the thin pile and the rustic feel unites the Ziegler rugs. In this variety, actually everyone can find his suitable. Whether in a rustic furnished living room, a modern bedroom or as a long runner in the hallway: by its restrained noble nature, it gives any room a fine touch.

Buy Ziegler rug

You can easily order your own Ziegler rug from our online store or buy it directly from our retail store in Hamburg. In our wholesale warehouse we always have special treasures that are not available in the online store. Visit us: Am Sandtorkai 26-27 Hamburg 20457. When buying online, you benefit from our 30-day return policy and our free round-trip shipping. In addition, we are awarded with the well-known with the well-known seal of approval TrustedShops.

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