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we have our rug in our dining room – it is GORGEOUS! This is either the 10th rug ordered from you and we have never been disappointed. The quality of your carpets is exactly as described and we certainly enjoy them. Best of all, the customer service that you provide is beyond comparison – you are absolutely the very best! Thank you so very much……
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This company have great customer service, within 10 minutes of me enquiring online I had a call back and got everything booked in for a few days later.
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I wanted to let you know how pleasantly surprised I was upon receipt of my carpet.
After wrestling to get it placed in my living room, I walked out of the room and when I came back in, the look actually took my breathe away.
You told me it would transform my room; it is far more than expected and is absolutely beautiful.
Thank You Persian Carpet Kingdom LLC.
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Abrash - A graduated or transitional change in the color of a rug - seen as darker or lighter striations of hue/value - due to differences in either the wool or dye batch.
All-over design - A term used to describe a rug without a central medallion but with a design repeated throughout the field.
Antique Finish/Wash - a chemical soaking process designed to to simulate aging by modifying color saturation and intensity Tabriz rug with arabesque design
Arabesque - Ornate curving design featuring intertwined floral and vine figures - often seen in intricate workshop rugs such as those from Tabriz, Isfahan, Nain and Qum.
Art Silk - Also called artificial silk - refers to the use of processed (mercerized) cotton as a substitute for silk.
Aubusson (Aubuson) - These fine flat-woven carpets, featuring formidable sized rugs in pastel colors with floral medallions, were produced in France from the 15th - 19th centuries.
Axminster Rug (Loom) - First produced in the 1880's, machine-made rugs were mechanically woven to a flexible cotton frame and having up to 70 colors of wool.
Baktiari (Bakhtiari) - Named for the Iranian tribal peoples who produced them - rugs noted for durable construction, typically featuring a repeated square-grid motif with a floral detailing in each grid.
Repeated grid in a Baktiari Rug
Border Rug - A rug featuring a design on the outer rim, or border, of the rug, surrounding the field.
Boteh - A pear-shaped figure often used in oriental rug designs characteristic of the paisley pattern The boteh may represent a leaf, bush or a pinecone.
Brocade - Weft float weave used to add design and embellishment. Often seen on the kilim bands at the ends of oriental rugs
Cartouche - Oval-shaped ornament incorporated into the rug design containing a signature, date, or inscription
Carved Pile/(Map) - Design or pattern cut or "embossed" into the pile of a rug - common in Chinese and Tibetan carpets.
Chain Stitch - A crochet stitch used in rug construction that consists ol successive loops to lock the final weft in place at the end of a rug.
Dhurrie - A flatwoven rug from India, usually made of cotton or wool.
Endless Knot - A Buddhist emblem symbolizing long duration often used with other symbols.
Endless Knot Motif
Flat-Weave - term describing any rug without (wool) pile: including Soumaks, Kilim, Verneh, Sozani, and Dhurie. (Aubuson carpets, though flat, are excluded from this category due to factors such as their complexity)
Field - The part of a rug's design surrounded by the border. The field may be blank or contain medallions or an over-all pattern.
Fringe - Warps extending from the ends of a rug which are treated in several ways to prevent the wefts and knots from unravelling.
Typical Fringe on an Oriental Rug
Gabeh - A long-piled rug style with a simple colorful design - originally used as mattresses - that have attained recent popularity.
Gul - A medallion either octagonal or angular in shape used in Turkoman designs It is often repeated to form an all-over pattern in the field.
Handmade Rug - A rug that is either entirely handknotted (or handtufted) and usually made of wool, and which may also include the addition of silk.
Herati - Design type found in Persian carpets featuring the repeated pattern of four pinecone or leaf-like figures woven around a diamond shape - an effect sometimes noted to resemble a fish-like motif.
Typical Herati pattern
Heriz - City on Iran-Azerbaijan border and name for the geometric medallion rugs popularized in the early 20th century. This design remains extremely popular in Europe and the U.S.A.
Hooked Rug - A hooking device pushes and loops yarn through a canvas producing either a loop hook or latch hook rug (also the loops can be sheared to create an open pile).
Loop Pile of a Hook Rug
Jufti Knot - A 'False' knot, either Turkish or Persian, which is tied onto four warp threads instead of the normal two. This time-saving knot lessens the quality and the amount of material in a rug.
Kashmir - Upscale carpets made of either silk or mercerized cotton from the Islamic region of India - woven with a Persian knot.
Kazak - Referring to the Turkish-style rugs produced by the peoples of Kazakhstan and of that region.
Example of a Kazak - in this case a Kilim - Rug
Kilim - A flat-woven (pileless) carpet, often reversible, in which a design pattern is formed by colored weft strings being wrapped around the warp.
Knap - the brush-like surface of the rug, created when the knot loops are cut.
Knot - the basic technique used to create an Oriental carpet: Two types of knots are used:
Knot count - In the process of making a hand knotted rug, each strand of yarn is knotted to the foundation: The higher the number of knots per square inch - the higher the quality of the rug.
Line Count - The number of horizontal knots per linear foot. (As with knot count, the higher the number, usually the higher the quality of the rug).
Medallion - Large design element located in the very center of the rug's field - the hallmark of the traditional, symmetrical Oriental area rug. In rugs with an All-over design or a random or contemporary design format a medallion will not be displayed.
illustration of a Medallion
Mori - The weaving technique of certain Pakistani and Indian rugs.
Natural Rug - Often refers to an earth-toned rug whose texture - sisal, jute or wool - is the identifying feature.
Oriental - referring to an Oriental rug or carpet:
". . . handmade of natural fibers (most commonly wool or silk), with a pile woven on a warp and weft, with individual character and design made in the Near East, Middle East, Far East, or the Balkans."
... as defined by the Oriental Rug Importers Association
Overcasting - the technique of rounding the wool edges of the vertical sides of a rug to prevent fraying
Patina - Term referring to the "mellowed" surface appearance of a rug - due to age or use
Persian Knot - Looped around one thread with only a halt-turn around the other thread.
Pile - The nap of the rug or the tufts remaining after the knotted yarns are dipped.
Pile weave - The structure of knotted carpets and rugs forming a pile or nap: Wool, silk, (sometimes cotton) is knotted around the warp in a variety of techniques.
Plain Weave - The simplest interfacing of warp and weft.
Prayer Rug - Typically small, this rug features an arch motif at the top of the field - either geometric or curvilinear - depending on where it was woven.
Runner - A long, narrow rug, usually under 3 feet wide, primarily used in hallways and on staircases.
Sarouk - Woven carpets produced in Sarouk region of Iran renowned for their beauty. Frequently seen in lobbies of fine American hotels and estates in post-WW2 era.
detail section of a gold Savanerie rug
Savonerie - The class of beautiful impressionist-quality pile carpets, made until 1890 in France, that have a similar appearance to Persian Kermans.
Selvage - the area between the edge of a rug and the fringe
Soumak - A flatwoven rug made from a technique that produces a herringbone effect.
Tapestry - Generic term referring to a flat-woven wall hanging characterized by rich pastoral design settings.
Tapestry Weave - Any variety of weaves where the pattern is created by ground wefts that do not run from end to end.
Tea Wash - A procedure used to soften the colors in order to give a rug the appearance of age.
Tribal Rug - A term used interchangeably with gabbeh to describe a primitive-looking or Southwestern rug.
Tufted - A process in which tufts of wool are punched through a base fabric. The underside of the base is then painted with Latex glue and covered with a backing material.
Turkish Knot - Tied around two adjacent warp threads.
Warp - Comprising the structure parallel wrap yarns run the length of the rug and are interlaced with wefts.
Weft - The yarns woven horizontally through the warps.
Weft-Faced - A rug where the weft yarns are more closely spaced than the warps.