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How are antique persian rugs made?

, 15 June 2019 -- Oriental rugs are hand-knotted on the looms and differ greatly from those made through the use of machines, both in terms of quality and duration.

Today, most carpets are made using machinery, which means that they differ greatly from those made by hand. The hand-made antique Persian Rugs reach an extreme thickness of the knots, which considerably lengthen their durability and reduce their sensitivity to the intrusion of dirt.

The centuries-old craft of the craftsman is one of those jobs that requires calm and tranquility, sharp eyes and attention to detail. This, of course, makes you pay, but then antique Persian rugs oriental rug lasts more than a year. Furthermore, the increase in labor and material costs further increase the selling price, but it is precisely for this reason that the purchase of an oriental carpet is a real investment!

The history of oriental carpets:

For hundreds of years, the Nomads began producing carpets for daily needs. They used them in their tents as blankets, wall decorations or seats. The art of manual weaving of carpets has its beginning in the East, in pre-Christian times.

Then in the following period, almost all the countries of the ancient world knotted carpets by hand, which represents the status symbol of how they were used for daily needs. Only in the Middle Ages, the precious carpets found their way to Europe, where from that moment on, they were used in the homes of rich merchants and in royal palaces. Even nowadays oriental rugs are considered a precious commodity that deserves its price. So for example, on a Persian carpet from Kashan one of the largest carpet production centers.

How are oriental carpets made?

Oriental rugs are hand-knotted on the looms and differ greatly from those made through the use of machines, both in terms of quality and duration.

There are two types of oriental rugs: those knotted on the perpendicular loom and those woven on the horizontal loom. The former are knotted with more detail. Furthermore, the cotton threads are inserted in the longitudinal direction and the weft threads are placed obliquely.

The weavers then knot the cotton threads according to the shape of their knots, so as to create the desired pattern. In contrast, the Kelim are woven on horizontal frames. These are made by nomads and are generally rougher and thinner and appear equally from the front and back so that both parts can be used. When the knotting of a carpet is finished, it is cut to a single length; then, before being put on the market, it is washed and cleaned.

If you are looking to buy an authentic rug, it is advisalbe to buy from an Authentic Persian Rugs Store only.

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Submitted by peter will, Abc co. on Saturday, 15 June 2019 at 7:28 PM
Category: Business
 
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