wool rug

The Delicate Soul of Your Wool Rugs

Soul of Your Wool Rugs, Wool is the primary raw material for handmade rugs. The wool rug weavers use wool in the weft, wrap, and knots of their handmade rugs. They also use natural minerals and herbs to produce dyes. In other words, without high-grade wool, there would be no excellent handmade rugs. This article

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remove pet stain

Proven Hacks To Remove Pet Stain from Your Area Rugs ASAP!

We know you love your pets, and they love your rugs! Just ask our dog, Palmer! There is no better feeling for your puppy or kitty than laying on a nice area rug. As pet owners know, no matter how well you train your furry friends, pet stain is unavoidable. General Challenges with Pet Stain

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Borujerd rug

Borujerd Rug, The Colorful Remark of Zagros Mountains

Borujerd Rug is one of the oldest permanent urban settlements in Persia, and many settlements on Zagros skirt could claim so. Still, Borujerd has succeeded in maintaining its leading role during the last two millenniums. Today it is the second big city of the Lorestan province after Khorramabad. It lies on the northern borders of

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Abrash coloration rug

Abrash Coloration Rug, The Proof of Rugs’ Durability

Oriental rugs, like any other unique product, come with their own terminology. Most words involved with Oriental rugs aren’t English. When the dealer speaks about these particular terms, it is reasonable to assume the typical client will not understand what the dealer is saying. Abrash is a particular term thrown around and often misunderstood by

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Gabbeh Rug, The Storyteller of Iranian Tribes

Gabbeh (or Gabba) is a Persian long-piled hand-knotted, with a thick and coarse but loose and flabby quality. Plus, some rugs are a bit shaggy, others somehow Kilim-like at first glance. These are the rugs that nomadic women weave for their own. The western markets found out about Gabbeh rug only in the recent five

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Hamadan rug

Hamadan Rug, The Most Stunning History Book

Hamadan (where the Hamadan Rug got its name) is one of the leading centers of the Iranian rug industry. If one looks for more economical Persian rugs, Hamadan would be an excellent place to search. That could be true due to many villages, each of which has its reputation. So you can find various qualities.

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Josheghan Rug, The Hand-Knotted Identity of a Town

Many Iranian cities and villages are famous for their rug-weaving tradition, giving their names to their products. Still, it is only Josheghan that has gained its nickname after a type of rug! This article will find out more about the story behind the Josheghan rug. And their universal pattern has inspired so many Persian rug

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Malayer Rug, The All-Natural Beauty

Malayer lies on the Alvand Mountain margin, a junction point between the Zagros folds and the central Iranian plateau. It is a historical city in Hamadan Province and the second largest urban settlement after Hamadan (Ecbatana). Malayer is also famous for its high-quality grapes, walnuts, cultural monuments, and above all, the Maleyer rug! Alvand’s rich

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Nahavand Rug, The Hand-Knotted Epic

If there is one ancient urban settlement in Hamadan province equal to Ecbatana in age, it would be Nahavand. (Also Romanized as Nehavand and Nehavend). This article will introduce the artistic souvenir of this region, the charming Nahavand rug. Where is Nahavand? The name is quite outstanding in the history of Iran. The reason is

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