So what kind of Rugs are those anyway? According to one of the employees at Pacific oriental rugs on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, Sheridan ended up purchasing three pakistani Carpets before leaving the showroom on September 30th, 2008. Sheridan was seen viewing Peshawar/Chobi and Bakhtiari Rugs.
Depending on wool quality, knot density, and special type of washes, the retail cost of these rugs can be anywhere from $15 - 150 per square foot. To give an idea, most choice quality peshawar carpets are often found in the $30 to $60 per square foot range at a retail store, or approximately $3,000 to 6,000 for a 9' x 12'.
Above: Sheridan standing in front of a Peshawar runner which is probably from pakistan (ivory colored rug on the brick
sidewalk.) These rugs are sometimes referred to as "chobi," which
roughly translates to having color "of wood" or other implication of
natural, bare naked dyes.
Above: Sheridan standing on a Persian Bakhtiari with a "Garden" design. Sometimes these are referred to as "four season" rugs, as the design may depict different seasons of change in each panel.
Read more about Peshawar Rugs here