Visit Our Collection of Handmade Persian Rugs, Carpets & Authentic Jewelry in Loomis, CA located at The High Hand Nursery
Persian Rug Styles
~ Complimentary Shipping Included with all Purchases ~
About Truckee Mountain Rug Co.
Visit us soon to see our collection of over 4000 beautiful Persian rugs & carpets. At Truckee Mountain Rug, you’ll see several styles of rugs: Chobis from Afghanistan, Traditional from Persia, Kazaks or Caucasians from the Caucasus Mountain region between Russia and the Middle East; however, we are most noted for our extensive collection of authentic tribal Gabbehs, produced by tribal nomads in the Persian Zagros Mountains. These extravagant, one-of-a-kind carpets provide beauty, comfort and luxury that will transform your home and last for generations.
Visit our Persian rug store within the Loomis Fruit Packing Sheds in beautiful Loomis, CA. We have a wide variety of Persian products as well as locally sourced handmade goods. Among our products offered:
- Vintage Hand-made Kilim Rugs
- Colorful Uzbek Patchwork Kurok
- Authentic Dresses and Robes
- Hand-made jewelry; Bracelets, Cuffs, Ear Rings and Necklaces
- Antique Persian embroidered handbags and full size Camel Bags.
- Home Decor
- And of course, authentic handmade Persian rugs
The Art of Carpet Weaving
The art of carpet weaving in Iran originated more than 2,500 years ago. Persian rugs & carpets were initially woven as articles of necessity to cover the floors of nomadic tribesmen, giving them protection from the cold and damp. The natural progression of the skill and craft involved in the creation of these works of art has been passed down from generation to generation over the centuries throughout periods of peace, invasion and war.
Interested in Persian Rugs?
Learn more about their styles, history, origins, symbolism and more through our blog. If you would like to learn something specific, let us know.
Tribal Persian RugsAs you live your life going about all your responsibilities and work, and even finding time for relaxation and pleasure, you know that you...
If you have ever purchased a rug from Truckee Mountain Rug Co., I likely have a picture of your rug on my phone! I am the official photographer of our...
Cotton is used for both warp and weft in most rugs, however, some tribal rugs use wool in their foundation and intricate silk rugs often use silk as a...