Carpet Village Have An Amazing Variety Of Persian Carpets
Carpet Village is one of the biggest and largest of hand knotted Persian carpet Gallery and warehouse in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. More than 3000 of fine city carpets (woolen carpet & silken carpet), village & tribal carpets, Kilim and Gabbeh with a lot of design, pattern and color is available in our showroom. We provide free interior design and professional Persian carpets and rugs washing and repairing.
We are worldwide wholesaler and retailer of fine Hand-Knotted Persian rugs. since 1935, Carpet production and trading has been our family's occupation and we would like to start a good cooperation with wholesalers & retailers which interested in Persian carpets. Persian rugs, Kilims & Gabbehs have different type of designs, different sizes, qualities, and colors.
In order to provide the variety, our group is active in all parts of Iran. Since we think of continual cooperation with our costumers, our contact to them is not finished by closing the sale. We would like to know their ideas about their purchase.
Carpet Washing & Repairing
We provide Carpet Washing, Repairing and interior design. Over many years we've developed techniques to clean Carpets an Rugs , specifically catering to the different needs that different carpets have. we have an expert team who clean and repair the carpets according to these specifications.
Here is how your carpet will be washed
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Now You Can Order Any Size, Designs and Colors Of Your Custom Carpet, We Produce Your Custom Carpet In Shortest Time Possible With The Best Quality Of Hand-made Persian Carpet In Iran.
Names of the Persian carpets & rugs:
Persian carpet Abadeh , Persian rug Ahar , Persian carpet Arak , Persian rug Ardebil , Persian carpet Ardestan , Persian rug Bakhtiar , Persian rug Baluch , Persian carpet Bijar , Persian rug Birjand , Persiancarpet Borujerd , Persian ryg farahan , Persian carpet Ferdos , Persian rug Gonbad , Persian carpet Gonabad , Persian rug Gorgan , Persian carpet Herat , Persian rug heriz , Persian carpet Isfahan , Persian rug Joshaghan , Persian carpet Jozan, Persian rug Kashan, Persian carpet Kashmar, Persian rug Kerman, Persian carpet Lilian, Persian rug Mahan, Persian carpet Mahallat , Persian rug Mako , Persian carpet Maraghe , Persian rugs Marand , Persian carpets Mashad , Persian rugs Mazlaghan , Persian carpets Moshk abad, Persian rugs Mood , Persian carpet Nain , Persian rugs Neishabor , Persian carpets Rafsanjan , Persian rugs Ravar , Persian carpets Sarab , Persian rugs Sarogh , Persian carpets Shiraz , Persian rugs Shahr Reza , Persian carpets Qazvin , Persian rugs Qum , Persian carpets Tabriz , Persian rugs Tehran , Persian carpets Varamin , Persian rugs Yazd , Persian carpets Zanjan , Persian rugs Zabul.
Persian Carpet & Persian Carpet History ( Iranian Carpet History )
The Persian carpet & rug had a humble beginning, one of necessity,(Persian carpet) a protection against the harsh elements for the nomad or tribesman. Persian carpet, the simple woven rug evolved into one of literay expression, depicting that which was important to the weaver or even to record a particular event.The beauty of the Persian rug was not lost on noblemen and kings and soon the art-form progressed to a symbol of wealth and artistic values. Persian carpet, Persian rug and kilim, Dating back more than 2500 years the Persians were amongst the first of the ancient civilisations to craft fine decorative rugs. The dedication and artistry put into these rugs have them the reputation of being the best the modern world has to offer. Persian rug designs vary from region to region however many of the rugs feature elements of nature or symbols of something special or sacred to the tribe that wove them. This could be inspiration from archetecture or religious artifacts, for example many of the central medallions lend their designs from the ceilings and domes of temples and mosques. Others may be of importance to the livelihood of the tribe, hunting scences or motifs symbolising fish, plants, grain and flowers.The Safavid Dynasty (1502-1736), when the art and trade of rug making was heavily encouraged, was important to the development of the Persian rug. Most rugs found in museums today come from this period.Persian rugs are described by the region in which they were woven, most cities and towns have their own distinctive design however many (such as a major carpet weaving centre like Tabriz) create a wide variety of designs.... .