2017

Contrast makes life interesting. Current interior design trends are directed toward light, airy, uncomplicated spaces, with soft colored furniture and accessories. Many designers have chosen semi monochrome simple design rugs and carpets to go with this style. But there is another way to go. Think color, bold, striking, saturated color. Think Caucasian rugs, Armenian rugs, Turkish rugs, tribal rugs, village rugs. Think lively pattern,direct appeal to the senses, complete contrast.From the East comes light from light comes color. Oriental rugs come from the East. (more…)

2017

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CAUCASIAN SHIRVAN ANTIQUE RUGS

Shirvan is a historical region situated in the northeastern side of the Caucasus, west coast of the Caspian Sea. At present Shirvan is both industrially and agriculturally developed region. Shirvan which is a part of modern Azerbaijan was populated by Azeri Turks and some Armenians who had expertise in dyeing and were great weavers. The traditional weaving methods lead to the creation of a large number of variations even with limited equipment available. This lead to the authentic creation of different outstanding rugs and carpets. Search our wide collections of Shirvan antique rugs here.

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2017

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KAZAK ANTIQUE RUGS AND CARPETS IN NEW YORK

Kazak rugs came into existence in the 1780s. These gorgeous rugs were originated in the Caucasus. These were the prized possession. When it comes to weaving, Kazak rug is the most famous of the Caucasus.Some of the finest rugs were originated and developed in Southwest Caucasus, Armenia. These rugs had a uniform geometric medallion and vibrant colors made up of high-quality dye. Search our wide collections of antique Kazak rugs here.

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