By Jessica Allan
Dergazine rugs are a type of Persian rug. They have well-defined, brightly colored features. Designs include repeating patterns, central medallions or detached floral sprays. They are woven with the typical Hamedan weave with single-wefts. Common colors include red, white and blue.
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