Tuesday, August 9, 2011

How Persian Rugs are made

8 comments:

Entertaining Women said...

Lovely video hosted by an incredibly talented artisan. I enjoy my antique Persian rugs each and every day. One of the best choices that I've ever made for our home. Thank you for the tutorial. Cherry Kay

The Sewing Loft said...

Julio, how is the flatware project coming along? :)

The enchanted home said...

Incredible works of art, glad I own a few!

Paisley Curtain said...

Around 21 years back when I was working for a University in Boston, we ordered a 20x30 ft hand-knotted rug for a university dining hall, from Pakistan. (As the embargo was in effect, you could not import a real Persian rug from Iran). I had the privilege of not only doing the final selection of design but also going to see the rug while it was made. It took a group artisans one year to weave it. The rug was shipped to Boston, It is still in the dining hall and looks pretty as ever and will for decades.

I love hand-knotted rugs, Persian, Turkish, Pakistani and Afghan they are all good and a great investment.

em said...

I've heard every Persian area rug has an unique design that hides a coded symbol...is that true, because if it is I'm sure the man that was painting it must be the wisest from the village.

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Cool! That is so wonderful, I'm very amaze to this video.

Thanks for sharing it...

kousalya said...

Thank you for the info. It sounds pretty user friendly. I guess I’ll pick one up for fun. thank u


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