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Best Persian Rugs

Rugs are one of those essentials of the house that does the does the talking for your house. Our collection of Persian rugs will ensure that your home gets a royal look.

Our Services

Rugs need proper maintenance, we help you keep your rug in its best with our wide range of services.

Professional Rug Cleaning

We offer services like professional cleaning rugs, to help you keep your rug clean for longer and ensure you can keep the beauty of the rug for as long as possible.

Full Delivery and Installation

We make sure that the rugs you order and in the best condition, we ourselves will deliver the rugs to your home and install them free of cost.

Rug Appraisels

The value of the rug does not go down, if the rug has some appraisal can even be liable for insurance, we know the value of the rug which can help you in maintaining them for years.

Expert Rug Repair & Restoration

Rugs over time are bound to manage, but the cost of rugs do not allow for frequent changes. We provide with rug repair and restoration services which allows the rugs to stay in its best shape.

Damage Replacements

If we have delivered a damaged rug, do not worry as we will replace the rug with a new one in no time. Just contact our customer service and learn more.

Free Delivery And Returns

If you order from our site, the delivery fee is on us, we also accept returns, if you do not like what we have in stock for you.

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High Rated Rugs

We also provide the best services when it comes to high rated rugs, we make sure that you get what you asked for. We also make sure that the rugs you get are of high quality.

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Short Story of Rugs

Did you know that the oldest well-preserved rug discovered is dated back to the 4th century B.C.? and one of those two rugs has the designs of horsemen, roe deers, and  highly symmetrical  floral patterns. The rug was found in a semi-frozen burial tomb on the borders of Kazakhstan. With such a detailed pattern, the rug truly speaks for the craftmen ship of Persian rug makers.

Around three thousand years ago, the first weavers which emerged were the shepherds who belonged to the tribes of Central Asia. There basic need at that moment was to make woolen clothing to provide comfort and warmth. As they progressed on to make the more woolen fabric to perform certain tasks such as carrying goods, the seat for horseback, flooring for camps, they finally made the rugs part of their lifestyle. The main purpose of rugs became keeping the rooms warm for people living in the mountain regions in Siberia. Animal wool and dry grass were used for making those rugs, and as the complications progressed, fancier rugs came into existence to display prestige. Persians have excelled in the skill of weaving gold and silver into their rugs. The culture expanded in different parts of Asia with different techniques and materials.

 

Archaeologists have discovered fragments from several parts of Turkestan, Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan.  Explorers have also found the rug fragments with symmetrical knots in Lop Nur, China, and Russia. A carpet fragment from the empire of Loulan, Xinjiang province; China dated back to the 3rd-4th century AD has been stored in the British Museum in London.  All of the rug fragments have distinct pattern and colors, which demonstrates that the skills and techniques used for weaving and dying were already known in western Asia as well.

In 1000 CE, the Persian merchants brought the art of weaving to Europe. The art spread arcoss with great appreciation  Spanish rugs for famous for their hand-woven rugs. The floorings of the most elegant palaces of England have the rugs which showcase the royal craftsmanship. European royalty still orders rugs from the most talented rug makers in the Middle East.

The rug production today uses the mechanized process, to make the commercial rugs for all means. Erastuc B. Bigelow invented the power loom to manufacture Wilton carpets in 1848. The Machine was so precise that the sewn strips on were barely noticeable. It reduced the labour required to make a rug and hence the rugs in the market became much more affordable to common people for their homes and offices. There are services available which provide the cleaning and protection of rugs. The material used today for making rugs can be of natural or synthetic fiber ranging from nylon and wool to polyester and acrylic.