In recent years, a new trend emerged in the rug industry in which vintage and antique rugs are Over dying is a technique that traditionally performed on vintage handwoven wool rugs, by which the original color is removed undergo a gentle dyeing process and then a single vibrant color is added, insofar as the initial patterns don’t fade, Over dying allows us to save beautiful antique rugs that may be worn And restore them to a new found glory!.
This is a vintage over-dyed rug. Worn pile over much of the surface that give an antique look to it.
Please pay attention that the item which you actually receive, might slightly differ from the pictures on the site, due to the nature of handmade products.
Tabriz is the word driven from the name of a city where these rugs are woven. Tabriz is one of the oldest rug weaving centers and makes a huge diversity of types of carpets it is also the center of classically designed antique carpets. Different types of carpets were made here, including pile and flat-weave, with diverse designs from medallion, Herati/Mahi, to figural and pictorial however the motifs that are more common in them are Shah Abbasi. Tabriz rugs are known as the best Persian rugs for many reasons, including a wide range of designs and use of natural dyes and fibers.