Borujerd rugs originate from Borujerd, a city in the Province of Lorestan in western Iran, where some of the finest tribal traditional rug weavers can be found. The Province of Lorestan is also where the famous Lori tribal rugs are woven. For reasons that have yet to be explained, Borujerd rugs do not resemble a Lori rug. Instead, they are clearly influenced by the traditional rug weaving designs of Malayer. These rugs have woolen piled, single-wefted, and woven with the symmetrical/a-symmetric knot on cotton warps and wefts. Drak blue and navy are the most commonly used colours in many Borujerd rugs.
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