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Oriental Rug 101: The Guide To Oriental Rug Cleaning

Oriental rug cleaning, We’re setting aside our overall topic of oriental rug cleaning to bring you a collaboration of information from our team. Before investing in an Oriental Rug for your home or business, knowing your options is crucial to protect your purchase. You don’t want to overpay for a machine-made rug sold as a “hand-tufted” rug,

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Kormanj Rugs Are The Kurdish People’s History, Knotted By Hand

Kormanj Rugs, Kurdish people live all over the Iranian plateau. In Khorasan in the Northeast, Kurds have been the warriors of northern mountains for at least the last five centuries. Safavid Kings settled them there to be a shield against Uzbek invaders. But there are still shreds of evidence in Persian administrative texts referring to

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Tabriz Mahi Rugs

Tabriz Mahi Rugs Mahi (fish), fish in pond, mahi darham (twisted fishes) and Herati. These are names for a widely used Persian pattern originated in the city of Herat (nowadays in Afghanistan) which has spread westwards across Persia, Anatolia and Caucasia with lots of interpretations applied to different types of design, in both rectilinear and

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Enjelas Rugs

Enjelas Rugs Simin-e Abaru or Simin-e Everu known formerly as Simin-e Enjelas is a village in Abaru rural district south of Hamadan in which antique Enjelas rugs have been woven. The village has reputation for its traditional stone architecture as well as its rugs and runners which could be considered as the best of Hamadan

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  Deer Persian fellow deer is a kind of deer native to Iran’s mountains which has been depicted on Persian carpets for millenniums. Persian rug fallow are physically larger than fallow, and their robust antlers are bigger and less palmate. The stags’ ocher coat spotted usually with golden dots.            

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Chintamani Flag of Timurid Empire Chintamani is a well celebrated motif in Turko-Mongol tradition widely used all over the Orient on various objects from Amir Timur’s badge to the Ottoman royal rugs.                                              

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Yazd Rugs

Yazd Rugs Kermans are the honor and prestige of Persian Rugs, just like the land of Kerman that is an honor for Iran as a living museum. It is a city of gardens. Well-directed streams out of Qanats water these extraordinary paradise who has served as a haven near the hot desert for thousands of

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Shah Abbasi Rugs

SHAH ABBASI RUG Kirman Rug: Portrait of Shah Abbas Abbas the great may be the most celebrated Safavid Shah and one of the most significant Persian Shahs in the Iranian late history and also a well-remembered fairy king in folkloric tales and songs. Enthroned in Isfahan he put an end on Ottomans’ encroaching and kicked

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Peacock Rug

PEACOCK Rug Peacock rug, The Peacock may symbolize the magnificence of royalty and the glory of the heaven as well as temptation and extravagant luxury. In India, Persia and Babylonia, the peacock is seen as a guardian to royalty and is often engraved upon royal thrones.   Persian Peacock Domes, Sheikh Lotfollah mosque, Isfahan  

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Mother and Infant Rug

MOTHER AND INFANT Mother and Infant Rug ‘Mother and Infant’, ‘Mother and Child’, ‘Mother and daughter’ and even ‘Pregnant Boteh’ are terms to name variants of Boteh motif in which one or some secondary boteh(s) are inside the main ones. Antique Persian Malayer Village Rug, Mother And Child Boteh Design, Circa 1900 Such botehs could

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