The Perfect Guide To Materials and Dyes of The Persian Rug

Guide To Materials of Persian Rug, A traditional Persian rug is made with purely natural materials such as pure silk, camel hair, cotton, or sheep wool. The pile or surface usually consists of sheep wool. And, the back, or warp, is sheep wool or cotton. This article gives you the recipe for an elegant Persian

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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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Pet Stains On Your Oriental Rug

Warm Water Vinegar Professional Cleaning Pet Stains On oriental rug, Does this sound familiar? You had a long, stressful day at work putting out fires, only to hit brutal traffic during the commute home. Sitting on the freeway, you begin to recount stressful elements of your day. Maybe it was dealing with that annoying coworker

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Rotating Your Rug

Rotating Your Rug 1. Sun exposure 2. Furniture weight 3. Traffic patterns Your oriental rug is an investment that can appreciate in value over time– but a damaged rug is a much less valuable rug. If you don’t take care of your rug properly, its value can diminish pretty quickly. One little-known fact is that rotating your rug

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Tehran rug

Rug Appraisals

FIVE GENERATIONS OF EXPERIENCE We regularly prepare rug appraisals for rugs. Rug appraisals meet a wide array of needs, including insurance purposes, collateral loan agreements, and charitable contributions. Your rugs are described in detail, which includes origin, design, condition, construction, dimensions, age, and replacement retail value. The final legal document signed personally by Mr. David Khazai and is accepted

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