Newer carpets from ABADEH have a unique design called HEYBATLU. HEYBATLU has a single diamond-shaped medallion in the center and four smaller motifs at each corner and is thus easy to distinguish. The medallion encloses a number of stylized, geometrical animal, flower, and bird patterns. If you look at the pictures to the right, you will see the similarity among the rugs. Antique rugs from ABADEH have different designs due to the influence of ARAB and QASHQAI tribes.
The quality of ABADEH carpets is good.
Size & Shapes:
ABADEH carpets come in different sizes. The majority of them are mid-size (4 x 6 to 8 x 10 feet).
Light red, dark blue, bright green. The corners are usually ivory or white.
wool; thin, very well textured pile.
Warp is cotton; pile is wool.
Rugs and carpets made in ABADEH are very firm and closely knotted. The majority of The rugs and carpets in ABADEH use flat- woven style knots.
ABADEH carpets are beautiful and in high demand, making them more expensive than similar carpets from the surrounding area. Expect to pay $3-$15 Per Square Foot (PSF) for a carpet from ABADEH.
More info on ABADEH rugs at Jozan.net.
More info on ABADEH rugs at JBOC's Notes.