Presented is a group of some popular rug styles.
We are continually expanding our websites to show more of our inventory online, however, only a small percentage of our inventory is on display or immediately accessible.
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Art Nouveau Rugs
Art Nouveau Rugs were part of the modernist design movement taking place 1890 thru 1915 and widely known for botanical motifs. While the modernist movement was short lived, it was responsible for transitioning from the elaborate Victorian Era furnishings. We have a small selection of one-of-a-kind reproduction pieces representative of the Art Nouveau / modernist style.
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Pak Persian Rugs
Pakistani weavers generally concentrate on reproducing the more intricate Persian patterns – Kashan, Tabriz, Nain, and Isfahan – which require a greater number of knots. These designs are colored to suit all tastes including the traditional Persian reds and navies, in addition to pastels and the very latest hues.
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Original Oushak rugs are named after their village of origin in Turkey. While Oushaks have a strong Persian design influence they are typically woven with the Turkish “Ghiordes”style knot. In recent years our company has developed production of Oushak designs in India where it is possible to specify design and color combinations most suitable to the American market.
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From ancient times to the present, carpets have been produced in Armenia. Current production is limited compared to countries such as Iran and India. Designs range from traditional to modern. Dilmaghani maintained a private production of Armenian rugs until recently. We still have a selection of unique carpets in traditional and transitional designs.
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China offers the consumer one of the broadest varieties of design styles including Chinese, Persian, European, and contemporary to choose from. Equally appealing are the rugs’ decoratively attuned coloration as well as the variety of construction types such as pile, kilim, and needlepoint.
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In 1924 W. A. B. Nichols of Tientsin, North China, introduced the Super Chinese Rug. The quality and type of designs produced by Nichols have become world famous. Nichols used a machine-spun yarn with the designation “super”. Nichols rugs are known for their tight packing and closed back weave which accounts for their durability.
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