In a phrase: la creme de la creme. These rugs are the top of the line. The pieces you would find underfoot in palaces and hanging on walls in museums. They last for decades, if not centuries.
But their rich legacy doesn't mean they're inaccessible; it means they're well made. Of course, there are some very luxurious (nee expensive) hand-knotted rugs to be found, but this depends as much on the material and the size as the make.
While there may be differences across this category of rug, one thing is for certain: each of these rugs is made up of millions of individual knots tied by hand. They may be new production, they may be heirlooms — enduring craftsmanship is what makes these unique and long-lasting pieces.
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Designer Production New York is the city of the epic, whether it's world-changing deals or world-class celebrations. Even the simple moments of everyday city life — taxi cab receipts,...
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Beautiful rectilinear vines and leaves accentuate the large flowers and stars placed throughout the middle of this rug's ivory field, and its mirrored reflection of its motif gives...
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This Turkmen's field has two distinct garden pathways, divided by a central corridor of roses. The walls surrounding this garden display crosses, hyacinths and hearts, all symbols of...
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Floral sprays are arranged in tiles to create multiple pathways through this rose garden, and the walls of this garden are high: seven borders of crosses, hyacinths...