|Product Length (cm)||150|
|Product Width (cm)||80|
|Product Height (cm)||0.5|
|Product Weight (kg)||3.00|
|Number of Pieces||1|
|Product Material||Wool and Cotton|
|Country of Manufacture||Turkey|
|This item is shipped from||Turkey|
Condition Of The Carpet:
The rugs are hand knotted by highly skilled people with a variety of tools.
Knots are tied on the warps and wefts separately.
The strands used in rugs from Turkey for this purpose are wool, silk or cotton, but mostly wool rugs from Turkey have been popular over time.
In rugs from Turkey, it is normal to find up to 200 knots per square inch on smaller rugs whereas more than 400 knots per square inch on large rugs.
Identifying the Turkish hand knotted rugs is very simple.
One just needs to see the fringe on rugs from Turkey and if there is one, then this means that rugs are knotted by hand.
The motifs in rugs from Turkey may vary but they all have a common feature which can be seen on both sides of rugs and that is their symmetry.
The Turkish hand knotted rugs worth their price since rugs from Turkey last for a very long time and their value only get more valuable by the passing time.
One just needs to take good care of rugs and they can be used for decades without their appearance getting damaged.
By buying a hand knotted rug you have one of a kind and a special product that can last through generation. This is why they worth every penny.
We recommend vacuuming your hand knotted oriental rugs, but not on the highest setting. Vacuuming your oriental area rug gently on a regular basis is a fantastic approach to maintain it clean.
We recommend hanging or shaking your rug outside if possible, but keep it out of direct sunlight and dust it with a soft brush.
If you want to undertake a thorough cleaning, professional rug cleaning services can assist you.
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