Hand-knotted Rugs in India:


In early 20th century Persian weavers were known for their hand-knotted rugs, which could only be afforded by the royals and nobles because of the quality of those rugs and skills of weavers. Persian rugs still remain symbol of luxury and class till date. In fact these are such valuable that collectors across the globe love to own them. The richness of quality along with the intricate designs of Persian rugs is what separates them from the rest.

Are you looking for hand-knotted persian rug? Certainly, you are at the right place then as this have always been a great embellishment in one's home. A fine and delicate piece of art to give your home an expensive and luxurious look. Moreover, with the versatility of these styles of rugs and carpets is what makes it a symbol of luxury and, each of them possess a distinctive taste. We offer custom made hand-knotted persian rugs that gives you complete freedom to craft unique carpets. For ages these rugs has been symbol of luxury. Without doubt your home says a lot about your personality and taste. Therefore, you need to be very selective in your choice. Furthermore, I can bet that we all love to give expensive and luxurious look to our homes.

With Hand-knotted wool rugs, you will be able to give an expensive and luxurious look to your home. While most people might neglect the role of carpets while decorating their home, you need to think about it. Well, a small step can make a big difference. Let me give you further insight about it. These hand-knotted wool rugs are handmade with high durability and lightweight. Additionally, these are fire-resistant, are stretchable with great strength, long-lasting and also easy to take care of. Customized hand-knotted Persian rugs in wool are woven with hand-knotted technique thereby making it a tedious task which takes a lot of time

Before purchasing a handmade carpet, you have to decide that which style is suitable for your home. If you know about carpet such as design, carpet characteristics etc. then it’s easy to select a perfect carpet for your home. Indeed such small details and make a huge impact in your home decor.

What are hand-knotted rugs? Are hand-knotted rugs same as hand-tufted rugs?

These are 2 important questions which are very common and they are to understand very clearly. Hand-knotted rugs are ones where each knot are being tied, so if you wish to have rugs for more durability you can go with hand-knotted rugs.

Indian Hand-knotted wool Rugs & carpets are manufactured in different patterns This pattern of the rug is considered to be the best amongst all patterns. The traditional way of weaving technique of hand-knotted was originated in Iran and Nepal. After that, it got implemented in India, where we have learnt the weaving patterns and today are manufacturing all different types of hand-knotted rugs may it be Persian weave, Nepali or Tibet weave, Turkish weave, Morrocan weave, you name and we will make it. Persian style rugs are most commonly known as hand-knotted because the weaving pattern is originally derived from Persia. In India, these weaving technique has been learnt and we are offering Indo-Persian rugs which are also hand-knotted rugs, but more commonly being called as hand-knotted Persian rugs.

Hand-knotted and hand-tufted rugs are not the same as they are different in terms of weaving, life span and design clarity, and most important is delivery time. Examine the pattern on the underside of the carpet; you can clearly see irregularities in weave characterizing the hand-knotted technique. Moreover, it will be uneven instead of uniform knots. Contrasting, machine-made Persian rugs will have uniform knots there. Next comes the fringes. While you opt to buy Hand-Knotted Persian Rugs pay close attention to the fringes. The one which will be hand-knotted will have fringe as extension of the rug foundation. But, the fringe of manufactured rugs is sewn on and attached.

Pile material of hand-knotted rugs and carpets :

Out of different materials, wool and silk are more commonly being used in making these types of carpets and rugs. More the higher knots more the finer count of yarn is being used.  The designs being used in these type of carpets were only traditional, but these days modern, contemporary, abstract is also being used in manufacturing these type of rugs. Hand-knotted wool rugs are considered to be best as wool is the long-lasting yarn and is being used in different qualities from last so many years. In addition to wool, silk, hemp, nettle, viscose, bamboo silk are such other yarns being used in manufacturing of hand-knotted rugs

Sizes of Hand-knotted Persian rugs :

When we talk for the sizes of hand-knotted rugs in India, they start with the small sizes (in fts.)  3x5, 4x6, 5x7, 5x8, 6x9 and 7x9 . Large sizes are 8x10, 8x11, 9x12, 10x10, 10x12, 10x13, 10x14, 12x12, 12x15. Oversize rugs: Sizes above 12ft in width and 18ft in length. By this, we mean that if you have any of your odd size or shape of the rug you are looking for those can also be made for you. We call this segment as Custom sized hand-knotted rugs.

Designs famous in the hand-knotted persian rugs :

When we wish to make a selection of the designs to make hand-knotted persian rugs there are different sections : Traditional, Modern, Abstract, Contemporary. There are most designs which are famous by their names as : Ardibil - Aubusson - Bakhtiar - Baluchi - Beshir – Berber- Bokhara - Burjesta - Butterfly - Caucasian - Contemporary - Daultabad - Fil Poi – Fish mahi- Gilgit - Gombud - Hatchlu – heriz, Hotan - Hunting - Isfahan - Jaldar - Kargai - Kashan - Kashgai - Kazak - Khal Mohammadi - Kilim - Kirman - Lahore - Mahal – Mashad, Malook - Nain - Novelty - Oushak - Paisley - Pictorial - Prayer - Qum - Sarooq - Senneh - Serapi - Shirvan - Sultanabad - Tabriz - Tree of Life – Tribal-William Morris - Yalameh - Zaher Shahi - Ziegler Mahal. These names mostly cover all the persia area, and its origin. Most of these designs are being made in wool, and in some with a touch of silk too. But since last so many decades hand-knotted wool rugs are being accepted as one of the best for high-class floor coverings.



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