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Kashan Handmade Oriental Rug Hand Knotted Pure Silk Rug-274x187cm

Stunning Handmade Hand Knotted Pure Silk Kaashan Rug Area Carpet.

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Stunning Handmade Hand Knotted Pure Silk Kashan Rug Area Carpet-274 x 187cm

Rug no. 21

Design: Kashaan

Origin: Kashmir

Foundation: Silk

Pile: Silk

Color: Colorful (Refer to the Pictures)

Size: 274 x 187 cm

Condition: New

Knots Per square inch: Over 800 

This overwhelming rug comes with a " Certificate of Authenticity"

 

Kashmir rug is a hand-knotted oriental rug from Kashmir. Kashmir rugs or carpets have intricate designs that are primarily oriental, floral style in a range of colors, sizes and quality.

This type of carpet weaving is not considered indigenous to Kashmir but thought to have been introduced from Iran. Most designs are distinctly Persian with some local variations.

Kashmir carpets are handmade, hand-knotted, and are primarily made in pure wool, pure silk and occasionally wool and silk blends. They are available in wide-ranging colors, designs and sizes. Akin to the famed Persian carpets, the Kashmir carpets and rugs are considered to be investments for life.

Kashmir rugs are primarily made in Srinagar, Kashmir in north India although a significant part of the production also comes from rural Kashmir. Kashmir rugs carry a high premium in the world of handmade, hand-knotted rugs and are next only to the renowned Persian rugs.

Kashmir rugs are made in a range of sizes like 3'x2', 4'x2'6", 5'x3', 6'x4', 7'x5', 10'x8', 12'x9' and 14'x10'. Due to the intensive labor involved, larger sizes are made only on a custom-order basis.

Kashmir rugs are renowned to have bright, jewel-like color tones such as sapphire blue, ruby red, emerald green, aquamarine, amethyst, and ivory. Rugs from Kashmir are traditionally made in oriental, floral designs that typically involve the significant and culturally important motifs such as the paisley, chinar tree, (the oriental plane) and tree-of-life. Most of these designs are rooted in the Kashmiri way of living and are a symbolic representation of the age-old Kashmir tradition of hospitality, warmth and genuine love.

 

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Stunning Handmade Hand Knotted Pure Silk Kashan Rug Area Carpet-274 x 187cm

Rug no. 21

Design: Kashaan

Origin: Kashmir

Foundation: Silk

Pile: Silk

Color: Colorful (Refer to the Pictures)

Size: 274 x 187 cm

Condition: New

Knots Per square inch: Over 800 

This overwhelming rug comes with a " Certificate of Authenticity"

 

Kashmir rug is a hand-knotted oriental rug from Kashmir. Kashmir rugs or carpets have intricate designs that are primarily oriental, floral style in a range of colors, sizes and quality.

This type of carpet weaving is not considered indigenous to Kashmir but thought to have been introduced from Iran. Most designs are distinctly Persian with some local variations.

Kashmir carpets are handmade, hand-knotted, and are primarily made in pure wool, pure silk and occasionally wool and silk blends. They are available in wide-ranging colors, designs and sizes. Akin to the famed Persian carpets, the Kashmir carpets and rugs are considered to be investments for life.

Kashmir rugs are primarily made in Srinagar, Kashmir in north India although a significant part of the production also comes from rural Kashmir. Kashmir rugs carry a high premium in the world of handmade, hand-knotted rugs and are next only to the renowned Persian rugs.

Kashmir rugs are made in a range of sizes like 3'x2', 4'x2'6", 5'x3', 6'x4', 7'x5', 10'x8', 12'x9' and 14'x10'. Due to the intensive labor involved, larger sizes are made only on a custom-order basis.

Kashmir rugs are renowned to have bright, jewel-like color tones such as sapphire blue, ruby red, emerald green, aquamarine, amethyst, and ivory. Rugs from Kashmir are traditionally made in oriental, floral designs that typically involve the significant and culturally important motifs such as the paisley, chinar tree, (the oriental plane) and tree-of-life. Most of these designs are rooted in the Kashmiri way of living and are a symbolic representation of the age-old Kashmir tradition of hospitality, warmth and genuine love.