Select the Concord Global Shoraka Carpets 7 ft. x 10 ft. Area Rug to upgrade your home. This rectangular rug has a classic style, which will complement your current decor with a refined touch.
Agra, India has been a large center of carpet making since the period of Mughal art in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The carpet industry was revived in Agra while under British rule during the nineteenth century.
The expansion of the British Empire in the 19th century led to an increased market for exotic goods from the new territories.
Fine Indian Agra rug present elegant allover designs alongside medallion or centralized patterns. Agra rugs date back to the 20th Century. These stunning pieces are known for their superb quality and lovely details. These carpets are valued world-wide by both collectors and designers
True to the traditionally sweeping styles of Agra rugs, this masterpiece features a wintry color palette that effortlessly invokes scenes of snowy sophistication.
A classic Indo Agra Rug with big Lotus flowers and Palmettes covering the deep blue field reminiscent of a royal pond. Rugs like this fine Indo Agra Rug date back to the 20th Century. These stunning pieces are known for their superb quality and lovely details.
Agra is known for its beautiful carpets and rugs, which are exported to countries around the world. Shoraka Carpet is a good place to buy some at and offers customers a great variety of beautifully woven Persian carpets and rugs.
An Shoraka carpet. Few Agras are in scatter sizes, and this attractive example with a central field area in an ivory small flower and arabesque pattern flanked by bold “X”'s in navy, all in a quasi-Caucasian design.
This beautiful Agra carpet has been in the possession of an old English family since the early 20th century and was acquired by the current owner's grandfather. The carpet is now up for sale, in very good overall condition and dates to the last quarter of the 19th century.