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Tabas rugs

Tabas rugs are knotted in central Iran. Tabas is located about six hundred kilometers south of Mashad. The city of Kashmar is to the north and the cities of Birjand and Ferdows to the east. The pattern consists of medallions with loops and arabesques in bright colors. They are like Nain rugs but more rustic. Inspection of the back of the carpet is important because the weavers in Tabas use Persian knots. The quality of the carpet depends on the number of knots, which can...

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Fringe damage

The fringe on an oriental rug is an iconic trait. Occasionally, some people cut the fringe off their rug due to staining, yellowing, damage, or wearing down. Unfortunately, this DIY home remedy will cause more harm than...

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The Importance of Rug Padding To Protect Your Family Heirloom

Proper rug padding can keep your rugs flat and from ripping, bunching, or moving.

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Cleaning A Rug Is Not A Simple Task | Area Rug Cleaning Company Ann Arbor MI

Cleaning a rug is not as easy as it sounds, at least if the owner wants to treat it thoroughly.

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A Journey to Dye For by Ben Knause

One topic generating quite a buzz right now is dyeing and color restoration.

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How to Determine if Rug Repair is Worthwhile by Brian Benzel

One of the first things we do when looking at the potential repair/restoration of a rug, is determining whether or not the repair is worthwhile.

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