Exclusive handmade carpets
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Handmade exclusive oriental rugs, luxury Persian rugs. Browse our carpet shop and choose a beautiful rug for your bedroom or living room.
Exclusive carpet, i.e. fine knotted carpet
Our exclusive rugs represent premium quality in every aspect. Some people only buy luxury oriental rugs as a good investment. Because the price rises with age. Whether it is the colour, the pattern or the elaboration, exclusive rugs do not know the concept of compromise. Both in the use of materials and in their execution, they are of the highest class. Iranian carpets, Ziegler carpets, Afghan belgique carpets and silk carpets, which also occupy a prominent place among oriental rugs, will add a luxurious elegance to any home with their nobility, varied colours and patterns. Thanks to their fine knotting, they are preferably recommended for living rooms or bedrooms, as they are not exposed to high traffic in these rooms. Especially in the case of silk carpets. In addition to use in homes, we often receive orders from private medical practices, VIP clubs, law offices and top managers. Exclusive, handmade oriental rugs are often seen as a status symbol thanks to their quality, sophistication and value.
What makes fine knotted carpets more expensive?
The quality is mainly due to the wool. The finer the wool, the more densely knotted the carpet. The density of the knots depends on the number of knots per square metre. An average oriental rug has between 100,000 and 300,000 knots per square metre. Exclusive carpets start from 400,000 knots per square metre. In the case of silk carpets, it starts from 1 million knots/sqm. Fine knotted carpets have more elaborate patterns. Each pattern is more detailed. The touch is also different. The elaboration is seen on the back of the carpet. The smaller the knot, the more elaborate and exclusive the rug. Of course, this is only true for handmade carpets.
What makes wool carpets exclusive?
The delicacy of wool begins with the sheep shearing. The part of the sheep's wool that has been in contact with the outside world is the normal wool. It is used to make most oriental rugs. The lower part that is not in contact with the outside world is the fine wool used to make exclusive carpets. These wools are much more expensive. The best wool is Belgian Merinos wool.