Seraband rug

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Seraband rug or Saraband, is an Iranian (Persian) handwoven floor covering from the Ser-e Band district located southwest of Arak, Iran. These 19th-century and early-20th-century rugs have a "mir" design, characterized by small, pear or leaf forms in diagonal rows.

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  • The New Encyclopædia Britannica, Micropædia, Volume 10, 1988, pg 644