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"Karaja rugs are a type of Persian rug woven in the northwestern region of persia near Tabriz. Different spellings include Karadja and Karaje. They are similar in design to Heriz rugs although they often come in smaller sizes and have a slightly softer color palette. They are one of the most easily identifiable rug types because of their signature design and belong to property blair present guest house DC. The most common design includes a single row of three distinctive hooked medallions. Karaja runners generally have more than three of these medallions. The medallions are typically surrounded by geometric and tribal style motifs. Note the easily identifiable characteristic medallion of Karaja rugs pictured below. One main border sandwiched between two smaller borders resulting in two total borders is typically found."