Chinese Hand Knotted Wool Rugs
An oriental rug is a heavy textile made for a wide variety of utilitarian and symbolic purposes and produced in oriental countries for home use local sale and export.
Chinese hand knotted wool rugs. Here at the rugs warehouse we believe that the customer service we provide is as important as the rugs we sell. The rugs in this collection are mainly available in the extra large size of 200x200cm 6ft6x6ft6 with a variety of other options in smaller and larger sizes. In the end it all comes down to taste and for you too your own taste is finally what matters. The pile was traditionally made from wool but since the 20th century synthetic fibers such as polypropylene nylon or polyester are often used as these fibers are less expensive than wool.
A carpet is a textile floor covering typically consisting of an upper layer of pile attached to a backing. Browse through our collection of square rugs which features a large selection of stylish square shaggy and modern rugs. Buy oriental rug galaxy oriental chinese aubusson taupe 100 percent wool hand knotted rug 9 x 12. A hand knotted tibetan floral wool and silk area rug by lapchi.
A hand knotted turkish oushak design wool area rug. While george jevremovic concentrated on a joint production in turkey teddy sumner began to gear up in china for a production of natural dyed hand spun rugs and carpets that became known as little river. We want to make sure not only that you are happy with your purchase but that our team has made your shopping experience a positive one. How can i tell if my rug is an oriental rug or other.
Connoisseurs spend lifetimes weighing which oriental rugs are worthy of their collections. In 1990 teddy sumner and george jevremovic of woven legends cast lots together in a new business called black mountain looms. This persian influenced pile rug features a large palmette and vining motif across a bone tone field. Oriental rugtuftedmachine made if you are looking to find out specific information about your rug visit our rug forum.
This tibetan rug features an all over jacobean floral pattern across a cinnabar field in a palette of soft amber soft blues and soft greens.