HAND KNOTTED SILK RUGS : HAND KNOTTED
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Hand Knotted Silk Rugs
- Tying or knotting pile yarns around woven backing fibers (warp and weft). The resulting face of the rugs is then sheered to a pre-determined height to give the pile uniformity. The more knots per square foot the more valuable the rug.
- The most expensive and longest to make, hand-knotted throw rugs are traditionally made with wool or silk. The weaver loops wool or silk around the warps one at a time, creating a thick pile. Cotton yarn is then woven through the warps to hold them together.
- Hand-knotted rugs are made by tying thousands of knots to the weft (vertical) threads on a loom, which are then secured by the warp (horizontal) threads.
- A carpet is a textile floor covering consisting of an upper layer of "pile" attached to a backing. The pile is generally either made from wool or a manmade fibre such as polypropylene, and usually consists of twisted tufts which are often heat-treated to maintain their structure.
Hereke Silk Carpet "Tree of Life" - Detail 20 x 20
Size (Gro?e): 38 x 51 cm = 0,19 m? (14,7 x 20,1 inches = 295,47 inches?)
Knot density: 20 x 20 = 4,000,000 knots per m? = 400 knots per cm? = 775,200 knots in this genuine very rare Hereke silken Carpet.
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Hand Knotted Persian rug from Isfahan, Iran. The size is about 4' * 6' . The rug is 100 % Silk foundation. And the pile is made by very fine kurk wool and silk. It is also signed by the famous rug maker KHAKSAR.
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