Oriental Rugs

September 29, 2010 by
Filed under: Bukhara Rugs 

Oriental rugs for sale with specialty in Persian rugs like the Bijar rugs, Gabbeh rugs, and Tabriz rugs. These are fine handmade oriental rugs. Highlights of the production of our museum-quality Oriental rugs, Persian rugs, and Caucasian rugs — including custom Oriental rugs from Richard Rothstein & Co. — www.RichardRothstein.com Scenes include weaving, dyeing (all-natural dyes), following of the cartoon (rug plot/graph), setting.Video Rating: 4 / 5


10 Comments on Oriental Rugs

  1. lawrencelugar7777 on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 5:10 am

    Persion rugs are gorgeous.

    Deep, luscious, and mysterious.

  2. bentleius on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 5:30 am

    really makes me want to dash out and get one of these rugs this instant. Super work, ladies!

  3. pavinpavin on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 6:19 am

    Thanks for the video, Richard. Love your rugs – they look gorgeous both in our upstate rustic cabin and our classic-modern NYC apt. They are beautiful. Can’t wait to get more.

  4. 1228eddiebrennan on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 7:16 am

    I purchased several of these rugs from Richard Rothstein and I’m planning to get some more. They look awesome on the floors and as wall hangings, especially in our bedroom and library/dining room. What the video can’t show is how wonderful they feel to my bare feet in the morning. I honestly can’t imagine my house without them.

  5. maidensweaver on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 8:05 am

    Thanks. This is a tremendous improvement over the great slideshow you used to have. Wonderful and inspiring.

  6. maadrezin on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 8:15 am

    Wonderful video. It’s amazing how fast these weaver’s hands move. The rugs are exquisite. I never realized that so many weavers can work on a loom at one time.

  7. susanrubendall on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 8:47 am

    This is a marvelous video, but it makes me feel like a lazy oaf considering how often I stop weaving or spinning for a cup of coffee or to stretch or chat. These women know how to work hard and enjoy their work. Their speed is amazing, and their pleasure in collaborating on a rug makes an individualist pause to consider whether there is a better, more satisfying way to work.

  8. 1228vieja on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 9:14 am

    Fantastic video! How wonderful to see beautiful carpets as they are being created by women artists, who are valued and appreciated instead of exploited. These carpets must have great Karma!

  9. peyt1122 on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 9:23 am

    This is amazing. So nice to see how it’s really done. The weavers hands move so fast. Your rugs look fabulous.

  10. cyncew on Wed, 29th Sep 2010 10:14 am

    Great video but only an appetiser for all the information on rug weaving that I’d like to have.


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