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Why oriental carpets are real works of art

Oriental carpets are so popular here in Europe, not least because of the many small hand-knotted details. The focus is on the fact that the carpets were knotted by hand over many weeks and months. An oriental carpet therefore differs fundamentally from our western, mostly machine-made production. The more knots per square meter, the higher the quality, finer and more durable the carpet. Exclusive carpets can cost several thousand euros, as production in the Orient can take several months.

Oriental carpets are categorized according to their origin. The origin is also decisive for the design of the carpet. Each region has its own style and knotting method.
Even today, only natural vegetable dyes are used for genuine Persian carpets. Indian carpets, on the other hand, are usually dyed with compatible industrial dyes.

However, we not only stock hand-knotted rugs, but also woven rugs such as kilims or loomed rugs that emulate Gabbeh rugs.

In any case, we guarantee that only the highest quality materials are used to weave our rugs.

What types of oriental rugs do we carry?

Persian carpets

The collective term in our range includes over 50 different types of carpet from different regions – they originate from the former Persia. Iran, as it is known today, has a centuries-old tradition of carpet weaving. The knotting techniques and designs have been passed down and refined over generations.

Kilims

This type of woven carpet is hugely popular. Not least because they can be used on both sides, but also because of their colorful designs and asymmetrical patterns. Kilims are woven carpets and therefore cannot be compared with Persian carpets.

Ziegler

Ziegler carpets have an extraordinary history. The carpets originate from Iran, but the design was created for a British company called Ziegler and commissioned in Iran.
The carpets, which were usually slightly coarser at the time, enjoyed great popularity in the Orient and Europe. Nowadays, the Ziegler design is indispensable. We have fine & coarse Ziegler carpets in our range.

Afghan

Afghan rugs usually have dark red tones in their design. Due to the incidents in recent years, Afghan carpets have become somewhat rare. Afghan silk carpets, which are already difficult to find, have suffered particularly in recent years. If you are lucky, you can secure a real piece of history with such a carpet.

Caucasian

Our Kazak rugs mostly come from the Caucasus. However, the typical designs are now also woven in the Orient.

Silk carpets

Silk stands for luxury. This is also the case with oriental carpets. Silk carpets mostly come from Iran or India. Cashmere rugs are particularly popular. Silk carpets are incredibly finely knotted and the silk gives the carpets an incomparably soft feel. The sheen of a silk carpet immediately catches the eye.

Indian

Oriental carpets from India are often based on classic oriental carpet patterns and ornaments from Iran. However, the materials used and the weave are in no way inferior to the Persian.

Gabbeh

The high-pile carpets originally come from Gabbeh nomads in Iran. Their timeless design and soft pile are very popular. Our customers love our Gabbeh rugs.

What colors are typical for oriental carpets?

In general, there is no limit to the variety of colors of oriental carpets. However, these carpets usually have a specific color palette depending on the region. A Nain carpet is often blue, beige and red, other colors are extremely rare here. Afghan rugs are mostly red and Tabriz rugs are mostly beige, red, brown and very dark blue.

Why buy a hand-knotted oriental rug?

The advantages of a hand-knotted oriental rug are that only natural materials are used (sheep’s wool and silk). You support the weavers and the respective region with the purchase of an oriental rug. The timeless designs breathe a whole new flair into any room. The lifespan of an oriental rug is easily over 10 years. With good care, a Persian carpet can last for generations. Furthermore, each of our rugs is unique.

Why buy your rug from Tabrizi’s Oriental Rug & Art Gallery?

We offer the best possible customer service – from advice to delivery, we are happy to support you.
Free shipping and returns are our selling point. If you do not like the rug you have ordered, you can return it free of charge and receive a full refund.

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