There are about 65 known types of Persian rugs for this country, of which we consider most important: Afshari, Ardebil Bakhtiar, Beloutch, Bidjar, Fereghan, Gashgay, Gabeh, Hamadan, Heriz, Hosseinabad, Isfahan, Keshan, Kirman, Mahal , Mashhad, Moudi, Nain, Qum, Sarough, Sehn, Shiraz, Tabriz and Yalameh.
There are other areas of rug production, but given the limited production, we do not consider.
Of the regions best known internationally can make a distinction by qualities:
- Tabriz, Isfahan, Nain and Qum - classified, in general, especially as fine rugs and high quality;
- Bakhtiar, Bidjar, Keshan, Kirman, and Sehn moud - classified, in general, as good quality rugs and dense;
- Afshari, Ardebil, Beloutch, Gashgay, Heriz, Mahal, Mashhad and Yalameh - classified, in general, as rugs of reasonable quality and medium density;
- Hamadan, Shiraz and Hosseinabad - considered as medium-quality rugs and low density are quite competitive on price.