Bonjour, Le tapis est bien arrivé, toujours aussi rapidement. Très beau comme d'habitude. Quel bonheur que d'avoir une adresse comme la vôtre! Bonne continuation. Encore merci et très cordialement. Christine et Jacques Gaboyer.
The Kashkulis are a sub tribe of the Kashghai tribe in southern Persia, and they are generally regarded as the best rug knotters. The knotting is exquisite for a tribal standard, where wefts of cotton or silk can be found. The pile is always wool, and mostly small sizes are produced. A wide range of patterns can be seen, but the most characteristic is an adaptation of the classical Herati or fish pattern, and a prayer arch pattern with cypress trees on either side. A wide range of colours is used.
Sherkat is the designation for a select series of rug types that are knotted in special workshops as part of a state controlled project, the purpose of which is to support and thereby preserve the production of fine classical Persian rug patterns.
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This is to let you know that the carpet is delivered and to thank you that I really appreciate the preciseness and efficiency while treating my request.
The carpet is really very beautiful and I am happy that I bought it (it reminds me my childhood, my family lived a part of their life in Afghanistan-Turkey-Iran area, and we had practically the same design carpet (little lighter, with silk), but this one looks very good in the place where it is, and though I know that it is of medium quality, it looks in our appartment very "spacious".
thank you again,
with all kind regards,