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Cyrus Rugs 2018 Aryana Collection

Vegetable-Dyed Antique Reproductions of Traditional Tribal Rugs

Cyrus Rugs has announced their upcoming collection of Afghan traditional tribal rugs. Called the Aryana Collection, these vegetable-dyed antique reproductions will be released on January 5th, 2018.

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CYRUS ARTISAN RUGS, the biggest online retailer of luxury antique and contemporary rugs and carpets in Minneapolis, is ushering in the new year with their latest trendsetting collection of traditional tribal rugs.

“Excited to introduce their Aryana Collection, Cyrus Artisan Rugs takes tribal rugs to an artistic level with these Afghan vegetable-dyed rugs. Beautiful finishing highlights the lustrous wool, rich colors, and unique patterns inspired by antique Persian Bidjar, Heriz, and Luri Gabbeh rugs. Whimsy and history combine for a new era of traditional rugs.

Following the traditional method of creating authentic and widely-popular Afghan vegetable dye rugs, these imported pieces from the Aryana Collection are finely woven with natural, hand-spun cotton wool by talented Afghan artisans and dyed using vibrant organic extracts from leaves, plants, stems, and flowers.

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Each piece is a masterful antique reproduction that specifically meets modern tastes while adding a vintage touch to any living space.

Visit Cyrus Rugs online or check out their Minneapolis showroom to learn more about the luxurious traditional tribal pieces from their Aryana Collection.

For nearly 30 years, Cyrus Artisan Rugs has been trusted and sought out by decorators, collectors, and homeowners who seek rare and authentic luxury designer carpets and rugs from internationally-known designers and manufacturers from around the world. Their showroom in Bloomington, Minnesota is the largest in the Midwest and features an extensive, carefully curated collection of traditional, contemporary, transitional, and tribal rugs that merge unique and stylish designs with unparalleled craftsmanship.

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