The city of Saruk is located in the central region of Iran about 40 km north of Sultanabad. The solidity of the chestnut carpet structure, the elegance of the design and the pleasantness of colors, made of Saruk, during the twentieth century, one of the qualities of most carpets exported to the West, especially the United States. The Saruk can have different decorative patterns, but always floral type. The most used colors for both the ancient specimens to contemporary ones are pink, blue and beige. Their knot is asymmetrical and can reach densities rather high levels. Very important and sought Saruk are so-called "American": these units produced for the US market in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, mostly large format, decorated with large flower floral spray that were collected to form a medallion in center and symmetrically distributed over the entire field. The wool used were of high quality, often imported from the UK, while the color used was a fine shade of pink Dughi said. The Saruk "Americans" are now among the most sought antique Persian rugs and appreciated.