We divided up persian carpets in to many subcategories such as Tribal, Gabbeh, Ziegler, Oushak, Berber, Persian, Cotton, and Flowered Rugs. These specific rug forms happen depending on the features like wherever they’re weaved, process, sample and design. In these article, we will provide an information regarding Afghan Rugs, Persian Rugs and Shal Rugs.
Afghan rug is a type of handwoven rug conventionally made in Afghanistan or Pakistan by Afghan Refugees. Often during the producing process of Afghan carpets, manifold plant and other naturel dyes are utilized in order to make extreme and serious colors. Our Afghan carpets are manufactured with plant dyed 100% shiny Ghazni wool on cotton by Hazara weavers in Afghanistan. These conventional carpets mainly have a red history but here, I presented you a typical example of an orange persian rug by Carpetsinbazaar.com
Persian Rugs also called an Iranian carpets using their heavy textile. They are created for a numerous practical and symbolic purpose as a elementary part of Persian art and lifestyle.You can find many of the Persian carpets, made from real New Zealand wool that gives the rug an additional softness. Our really fine hand-knotted Persian carpets are manufactured by really skillful weavers in India. Below are a few examples of orange persian rug by Carpetsinbazaar.com.Click here to see Persian Rugs in different styles.
Traditional shal carpets are manufactured with plant dyed, handspun merinos wool by Hazara Weavers in Afghanistan. They’re really special hand twisted carpets made with handspun Ghazni wool.
You can find really fine hand-knotted conventional Turkish shal models are manufactured with wool in carpetsinbazaar.com.Here is a typical example of an orange persian rug. For more info click the photo.