|Quality/ Production:||Hand-knotted, Production time unknown|
|Additional Colors:||Tan, Blue, Ivory|
Saraband and the Mir Saraband rug is an art from the 19th and early 20th Centuries. This hand-made state of the art rug, is usually used as a floor covering and the design consists of small leaves forms in diagonal rows.The tips of the leaves are pointed in opposite dimensions. Sometimes the patterns on the field on the rug, have the same direction. The borders of mir-Saraband rugs are mostly decorated with Herati pattern or zigzag shapes. The basic colors of these rugs are brown, yellow or a salmon color which tends to stand in its majority. The earliest Sarouk rugs were manufactured in wool, but now days, they are knotted on a cotton warp.