From precious stone accessories to elaborate silk rugs, we always encourage our clients to come in and browse our exquisite collections for themselves at our gallery in Sterling, Virginia. We look forward to working with you. Click here to see our gallery.**
Zamani Gallery houses the finest selection of hand-made rugs. These one-of-a-kind masterpieces are hand-selected by our team of experienced experts. We offer a variety of sizes, shapes, colors, and age. Click here to see some samples.**
Afghanistan: Includes Kazaks, Turkmens, Chobi, Baluch, and others.
Persian: Includes Qum, Nain, Tabrez, Kerman, Harez, Serapi, Isfahan, Kashan.
Turkish: Includes Qaysary, Hereki , Anatolian, and other highly coveted pieces.
Kashmir: Includes both wool and silk carpets of the highest quality.
Textiles: We have an extensive collection of textiles, including both contemporary and antique pieces. Most of the collection comes from Central Asia.
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Suzani: Needlepoint tapestries that date back to the 19th century and are offered in a variety of shapes and colors. Just like all our products, their authenticity is guaranteed.
Uzbek and IKAT Robes: Hand-embroidered robes from the 18th century that were created by the Uzbek, Turkmen, and other Central Asian tribes.
Table Clothes and Pillow Covers: Hand-embroidered and made by local craftswomen in Afghanistan.
Jewelry: Zamani houses a variety of jewelry collections that date from the 17th century up to modern interpretations. We have everything from precious and semi-precious gems, necklaces, pendants, bracelets, earrings, and rings. Our delicate items hail from across Central Asia, from Tibet all the way to Bukhara.
Artifacts: Zamani’s collection of antiques is one of the finest and includes artwork, crafts, and decorative pieces. Some items include Lapis bowls, 19th century rifles & pistol replicas, copper trays and pots, and other unique artifacts. One of the most coveted collections we house is our selection of original Afghan kites that are made by locally renowned kite-maker, Ustad Noor Agha. (Famously made kites for movie, "The Kite Runner.") Click here to see some samples.**