Isfahan Rug are made on either silk or cotton base, with up very small knots per square metre. Using exceptionally good quality wool which is normally fixed quite low. In the beginning most rugs were mostly inspired by architecture designs that decorated historical buildings of most great cities. Designers were further inspired by poets of Persia, nature, likewise religious with spiritual intimations. New and old Isfahan Rug are even more attractive because the strong reds is removed making them more compatible with other carpets. Some Isfahan rug certainly became known in Western Europe as “Polish rugs”. Furthermore,the most popular carpets exist in the Shah Lutf Allah mosque. First of all Isfahan Rugs refers to carpets handmade with silk, golden and silver threads in Persia during the 16th-18th centuries. Rich Polish buy them as a result decorated them with their coats of arms to show their importance. While some Isfahan rugs were later resold to buyers who were often convinced of their Polish origin. To check the quality of an Isfahan carpet one can take a look on the backside of the carpet.