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Ghom carpet

Ghom carpets are known worldwide for their particularly high quality due to best materials and finest workmanship. Those carpets which are completely made of silk offer even more luxury.

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Ghom carpet

Ghom carpets are known worldwide for their particularly high quality due to best materials and finest workmanship. Those carpets which are completely made of silk offer even more luxury.

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Hamedan carpet

Carpets have been produced on over 15,000 knotting chairs in and around Hamedan for more than a thousand years. In the city itself, carpets are knotted in a state manufactory, in the private knotties, small formats are preferably knotted. Semi-antique and antique and antique hamedan carpets are in great demand today.

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Nepal carpet

The carpets originating from Nepal and Tibet are fundamentally different from the typical traditional designs of other oriental carpets. The Asian influence in design cannot be overlooked. The carpets knotted with regional sheep wool have always been very popular.

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Bakhtiar carpet

Due to their thick and strong wool and their robust knotting, Bakhtiar carpets are among the most durable carpets in Iran. Typical for these carpets are the garden-like motives and patterns.

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Red kashan carpet

These hand-knotted carpets have a long tradition in Iran, dating back to Safavid times. The classic patterns of these carpets consist primarily of a centrally placed medallion, which in turn is surrounded by many different figurative motifs, mostly flowers.

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Zanjan carpet

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Rugeast is a family-run company and has been known worldwide as a wholesaler for oriental carpets for 80 years. The Bidabadi merchant family, based in Hamburg since 1998, is now in the third generation in the oriental carpet business.

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Which carpets should we restore?

Which carpets should undergo restoration is a common question, and the decision often hinges on more than just aesthetics—it’s about the carpet’s intrinsic value. Determining whether your antique carpet is worth restoring involves considering several factors. Ultimately, restoration can impact the carpet’s value; it might enhance it in some cases or diminish it, particularly if the restoration work is subpar. Authentic rugs, whether cherished heirlooms or valuable hand-knotted antiques, represent an investment.

Do you know anything about Gabbeh rugs?

A Gabbeh is a handwoven rug with simple patterns and long fibers, primarily used in cold and mountainous regions. Unlike finely woven carpets, Gabbeh has a coarse texture, and its distinctive feature lies in its long and soft fibers, making it popular for decades. This rug is not only appreciated by people in various regions of our country but also admired by individuals in countries such as Italy, Japan, Canada, Australia, Germany, Kuwait, Kenya, Iraq, Belgium, Qatar, Thailand, New Zealand, Bahrain, China, France, England, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, and Denmark.

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Carpet patterns have a long history and great significance in German culture. Over the years, carpet weaving and the design of patterns on carpets in Germany have evolved into an art form, exerting a noticeable influence on German culture and art. Carpet patterns in Germany typically encompass various designs and motifs, created either by hand or with the assistance of complex and innovative machines. These patterns may include geometric shapes, flowers and plants, animals, symbols, and examples from German culture and history. In Germany, carpet patterns are considered a crucial component of interior design and daily life. They bestow beauty and attractiveness upon a space and can have a palpable impact on people's emotions and mood.

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