Showing posts with label carpet. Show all posts
Showing posts with label carpet. Show all posts

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Luxury high quality Tabriz carpet 5 x 10 50 Raj(ridge)











Sunday, February 8, 2015

Area: 18 m2, Full Silk (Abrishami) Silk Flower rug, Hand-woven rug


Area: 18 m2
Type: Full Silk (Abrishami)
Silk Flower rug, Hand-woven rug, Silk warp, 40 Raj Silk flowers
Region: Qom
For price please call us

Iranian rugs are woven in different parts of the Islamic Republic of Iran. However, the rugs woven in Tabriz (Azerbaijan), and Qom (Qum) have a worldwide reputation.

Monday, May 26, 2014

The quality of carpet depends on the knots per centimeter.

The quality of carpet depends on the knots per centimeter. The more knot per centimeter the higher the quality. Lets see if you can the knots in this carpet ;-)

Every time you walk with your shoes on a Persian carpet remember it has been made one knot at the time...

Every time you walk with your shoes on a Iranian carpet remember it has been made one knot at the time...


Sunday, March 9, 2014

Total all handmade Rugs

  • Works of art
  • Characterized by their deep pile, close weave, fine yarns, subtle patterns, rich colors and fast dyes.
  • Knotted by hand and cut with a knife at the desired length.

Carpet and Rug Construction


The construction of a rug or carpet determines its surface appearance.

1. Pile – soft, velvety, raised surface produced by making yarn loops on the body of the material.
a) Cut Pile - produced by shearing the loops and untwisting the yarn to achieve the plush effect.
b) Uncut Pile - retains the yarn loops for a pebbly, harder texture
c) Combination Cut and Uncut Pile – uses both types of pile
finishes to create interesting textures and appealing patterns
d) Sculptured Pile - produced by fastening the yarn loops at
different heights so that patterns may be formed.
e) Shaggy Pile – a variation of cut pile where the pile is extra
long

2. Flat – designates a rug or carpet without pile that has the same surface texture on both sides and that is reversible.