As is the case with Ghiordes rugs, sedjadehs are almost unknown; but it is not unusual to see odjaliks.
The antique Ghiordes rugs are really fine in colors, generally with much pale green, red, or blue.
Only now and then is seen a prayer Ghiordes that represents such a high type of artistic skill.
The apex of the mihrab or niche runs high in the Ghiordes rug.
He began to collect Ghiordes rugs years ago, before the value of the rug became generally known.
These narrow bands are a distinguishing feature of the Kulahs, though they have occasionally been copied by the Ghiordes weavers.
Knot, Ghiordes, Knots to inch horizontally five to ten; perpendicularly, seven to twelve.
A tertiary stripe containing a ribbon-like vine is very usual in Ghiordes and Kulah pieces.
The tribes that make them also make large numbers of smaller prayer kilims with pointed arches suggesting the Ghiordes design.