Endless knot Carpet

Endless knot Carpet

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Endless knot Carpet Modern Carpet is hand made in Nepal. This carpet is traditionally hand-knotted by highly skilled Tibetan carpet weavers.

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Endless knot Carpet Modern Carpet is hand made in Nepal. This carpet is traditionally hand-knotted by highly skilled Tibetan carpet weavers on traditional vertical looms.

Woven with 100 knots per square inch, It can take a skilled carpet weaver 2 to 3 months to complete one carpet-making process.

There are several steps involved in the Tibetan carpet-making process. Carpet weaving is a traditional occupation of Himalayan people who started many years ago.

Learn more about the Traditional Tibetan carpet making process in our blog post.

How to Take Care of your Carpet?

  1. Using a vacuum cleaner, it helps to suck out stuck soils and dirt and does not harm the fiber of the rug
  2. Use scissors to cut the ends of the loose threads of the rug.
  3. Do not use chemical, it will fade the colors of the rug.
  4. Avoid using rugs in a damp area.
  5. Do not expose too much directly to the sun.
  6. Do not dry clean.
  7. Always prefer to wash the carpet from a professional rug cleaning company.

If you want a custom size, color and design please contact us.

Additional information

Weight 8 kg
Dimensions 90 × 150 cm
Materials

Silk, Tibetan Wool

Thickness

4mm

Knots

100 knots per square inch

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