A beautifulPersian rugthat'll add warmth and colour to your living space.
VERSATILE BEAUTY -Antique Persian Kerman rug handknotted from the finest sheep’s wool. Made with all-natural vegetable dyes. Kerman is an ancient city in southeastern Iran and is one of the major rug and carpet production hubs in the country. They are also among the finest handwoven floor coverings which made them so popular and highly coveted in the West. According to historians, the famed explorer Marco Polo is one of the first westerners to lay eyes on Kerman rugs and wrote about how exquisite they were.
LONG LASTING - Its hand-knotted construction ensures durability and no shedding.
STAIN RESISTANT - Easy to clean and made to last for a lifetime. Can be spot cleaned for easy maintenance
HIGH QUALITY MATERIAL - Works such as these were made as a display of wealth, power, and sophistication. They are meant to instill a sense of the sublime in both their design and use of color. They not only show the skill of the weavers, but also that of the dye works that produced the vibrant hues. This rug uses both warm and cool colors to produce contrast and to make the various elements of the design stand out.
PILE HEIGHT - Rugs with a pile height of 1 cm, are tightly knotted and dense. Because they are durable and require light vacuuming, this height is ideal for high-traffic areas such as entryways, living rooms and dining rooms.
MATERIAL – WOOL -Wool is a natural fibre that has many benefits. It offers soundproofing, it is stain resistant, also it hold 30% of the moisture so that in the summer time it is cool on your feet and in the winter time it is warm. As wool ages it looks better and wears for generations. They do not shed and they are extraordinarily durable and clean easily. Not to mention wool being an insulator as well as flame retardant and indestructible.
CONSTRUCTION – HANDKNOTTED - Theprocess of hand knotted, which involves hand weaving and knotting each individual strand of fibre used for these rugs. As a result of this process, the production time is much longer, which is why hand knotted rugs are often the most expensive type of rugs available, however they have the added benefit of being extremely long lasting. Hand knotted rugs are often one of a kind pieces, and can be the type of rug that is handed down through family generations.