These are modern rugs produced in Pakistan among the tribal people living in the Peshawar region. They employ the Persian knot and utilize good quality lustrous wool. There are a variety of modern rugs that are designed by Bizsan designers which can be found in our modern gallery. The finer quality pieces use hand-spun wool which gives a marbling effect to the overall design of these rugs. Some pieces are inspired from the 1930-40’s deco rugs that were produced to accompany the deco architecture and furniture of this period. These earlier rugs were produced in many places including Western-Europe, China and even North-Africa. The knotting is usually from 100.000-250.000knots/m2. Though the quality is slightly better than Iranian Gabbeh’s, these are usually more reasonable in price.