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FIND THE BEST  PERSIAN HANDMADE RUG/ ORDER YOUR DREAM RUG AT SLOCUM RUG GALLERY

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Slocum Rug Gallery is your one stop shop to professional antique Persian rug and offer cleaning with safely and gently hand wash every rug and repair rug. Slocum rug Gallery Originally getting their start in Tehran’s famous Grand Bazaar in 1910, the Arsin family has devoted three generations to establishing a reputation for carrying the finest quality rugs in Owning one of the most remarkable antique rug collections in DallasTX as well as … A Persian, Moroccan , Afghan, Pakistan, Egypt and  Turkish antique rug carefully woven and knotted the market, both abroad and now in the U.S. we also make custom rugs for your need based on your design.

DALLAS PERSIAN SULTANABAD RUG OFFER BY SLOCUM RUG GALLERY

The history of Persian rugs ,a culmination of artistic magnificence, dates back to 2,500 years ago. The Iranians were among the pioneer rug  weavers of the ancient civilizations, having achieved a superlative degree of perfection through centuries of creativity and ingenuity. The skill of rugs weaving has been handed down by fathers to their children’s, who built upon those skills and in turn handed them down to their offspring as a closely guarded family secret. To trace the history of Persian carpet is to follow a path of cultural growth of one of the greatest civilizations the world has ever seen. 

Sultanabad rugs 

Antique Sultanabad rugs are still regarded as the most appealing to European and American tastes. To this day, the term Sultanabad or Ziegler rug denotes an outstanding antique Mahal rug or carpet from the late nineteenth century.

 

Oushak rugs

Oushak rugs are Turkish rugs  that use a particular family of designs, called by convention after the city of UşakTurkey – one of the larger towns in Western Anatolia, which was a major center of rug production from the early days of the Ottoman Empire, into the early 20th century.Oushak rugs are some of the finest Oriental Rugs, so much so that many of the masterpieces of the 15th and 16th centuries have been attributed to Oushak.

Oushak rugs are known for the silky, luminous wool they work with. The dyes tend towards: cinnamons, terracotta tints, gold, blues, greens, ivory, saffron and grays.

The late 19th century saw the rejuvenation of Oriental rug production, at this time Oushak re-surfaced as a preeminent center of weaving industry. The new Oushak industry saw two major shifts in design: floral patterns in the Persian tradition were incorporated into design and room size, decorative carpets were woven as European standards demanded.

The late 19th century weavers came from villages outside of Oushak and employed tribal techniques. Paramount to these techniques was the use of larger knots (sometimes less than 30 knots per square inch) and an all-wool foundation.

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