Dog in Persian Rug

Dog Dog in Persian Rug, Dogs are rarely depicted on Persian rugs. Examples are limited to hounds depicted on hunting garden designs, which are normally depicted naturalistically in fine-woven court rugs, and a stylized animal in Qashqai rugs and kilims, usually interpreted as dogs. In a tribal context these minimal dogs should be of shepherd

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Cypress Rugs

cypress Cypress rugs, Nothing like cypress could represent the Iranian culture and the cultural Iran. Iranian folks use to call their tall youth and beloved ones ‘Sarv’ (cypress) as well as their martyrs and living souls of their late relatives. It has mirrored as well in the Persian poetry and arts as a symbol of

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Tabriz Haj Jalili Rugs

Tabriz Haj Jalili (Hadji Jalili) Tabriz Haj Jalili Rugs,  is a rather mysterious figure in Tabriz rug history. Some speak precisely about intellectual affairs he concerned about while others deny his actual existence at all. A certain Haj Jalil from Marand was probably in the rug business in last decades of the 19th century. Rug

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serapi rugs

Serapi Rugs

Serapi Rugs, Nobody knows when this term entered western markets. Inside Iran, the term has no use. For sure it is an American term being used to distinguish some antique Herizes high grade in weave and raw material. Because of such qualities, Serapis could be considered as antiques pieces comparable with Museum’s ones, but still

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ravar rugs

Ravar Rugs

Ravar (Lavar) Rugs Ravar (Ravar Rugs) is a town in the middle of a vast salty desert called the Dasht-e Lut, literally: the Plain of Emptiness. A UNESCO natural world heritage site, with amazing landscapes of plain, mounds and barrows on which ancient Zoroastrians had used to exposure their bodies; there are mines of brimstone

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Hunting-garden rugs

Hunting Rugs

Shekârgâh: Hunting Garden Rugs or Hunting Rugs Hunting Rugs is the most primitive subject in human being’s iconography, as it is apparent on prehistoric parietal arts, and thus the most ancient and ever-lasting traceable theme in historical eras, too. ‘Shekârgâh’ meaning in Persian ‘chase’, or ‘hunting garden’ is a long-lived theme in the Persian arts

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Rug Damage- Protecting and Repairing your Investment

Rug Damage- Protecting and Repairing your Investment Rug Damage Sun Damage Moth Damage Carpet Beetles Rug Damage Rug Damage Protecting your Investment, A genuine hand-knotted Oriental rug is a worthwhile investment that will last a very long time if you take a few precautions. Protecting your rug from premature wear and rug damage is only to

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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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