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Traditional carpets have long been part of human civilization. Usually, referring to the traditional rug, he / she might have meant the oriental rugs from the Balkans and the Indian region, which were made from the beginning in 4-5th Century BC
Traditional rugs have always played an important role in the lavish couture of human life over the years. Traditional rugs have been recommended over the years by royal families, clearly showing the value of the rug on which they were placed.
Traditional carpets have a very long life ranging from one century to two. What we have from traditional carpets comes from the historical records and the transmission of skills of the above generation.
We would like to discuss some of the traditional rugs available on the market here.
These rugs are said to come from the Central Asian countries, where the current borders between Afghanistan, Pakistan and India lie
These rugs are available in different sizes and in strong, jewel-colored colors. Its design shows a stylized pattern, which is modeled on the entire carpet.
These carpets are said to come from today's China.
Traditionally, these have been made longer to cover a larger footprint of the floor.
The coloring and texture follow different varieties, ranging from rich colors to light tones. The pattern follows the Chinese influence.
These carpets are also known as Kashan. They came from Iran.
These carpets in different sizes and with the pattern in medallion form provide a varied living environment.
These carpets are also called Uschak. They were first produced in the Balkan regions of the world, today's Turkey.
Silk and wool in various natural pastel shades are used as material for the production.
They are usually engraved in medium to large sizes with geometric pattern on the carpet.
Gabbeh carpets are an origin of Southwest Iran. It is a literary device for raw or natural.
It is one of the variants of famous Persian carpets with sizes from medium to large.
These carpets use different color combinations, usually from 6-7 different color palettes to make room for geometric patterns or stripe patterns.