Karajabi rugs are made in villages located in the mountainous, northwest area of Iran. They feature geometrical patterns with repeated central medallion, often a diamond or hexagon. The medallion in Karajeh rugs can also have a very distinctive hooked element that is outlined along its edges. At the heart of the distinctive Karajeh design is a pattern known as the triple medallion motif. Thes distinctive patterns aside, Karajeh rugs are not total outliers when it comes to their categorization among the Heriz. Comparing their materials and construction with the high-quality dyes and weaving traditions of other mountain villages, the regional similarities are clear. Like their Heriz cousins, Karajeh rugs are known for their hard-wearing durability.
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