The rug, woven or knotted, is certainly one of the oriental artistic expressions that has most conquered the West; welcomed and appreciated unreservedly, it satisfied the most demanding aesthetic standards for its ability to integrate with the most diverse styles of western furniture and architecture. Among all, Persian rugs have reached unsurpassed heights.
Didn’t you put your bare feet on bedside rugs this morning? Did the house where you grew up with your parents have a living room rug? And the grandparents, weren’t they so proud of their jealously guarded bedroom rug? It may well be that you’ve never heard of Aubusson rugs, or it never occurred to you to look for a runner, even among hallway rugs, but don’t overlook what we once called simply old rugs and are now referred to as vintage rugs.
Since by art we mean any form of human activity as proof or exaltation of his inventive talent and his expressive capacity, there is no doubt that Persian rugs are to be considered real artworks. Proof of this is the increasingly numerous group not only of admirers, but also of collectors all over the world!
Persian Rugs High Quality
Our commercial activity is a point of reference for those who, in addition to the pleasure of having a sure quality rug at home, want to know something more about the origin of this ancient art. Helping to understand, at least parts of the secrets that lie behind the art of creating artifacts of such high intrinsic and aesthetic quality is one of the goals we have set ourselves.
However, you will have to remember that, in addition to the techniques, materials, wisdom, expertise, there is a component that we will not be able to explain, and it is the one referred to by Omar Khayyam, a Persian poet and scientist who lived at the Seljuk court between the 11th and the 12th century, who stated that “The rug is knotted with the thread of the soul“.