March, 2014

Window Watch 3/25/2014 No Other Medium Equals a Kebabian Rug

Posted on March 26th, 2014 by Joshua Kebabian

WINDOW LEFT Displayed in WINDOW  LEFT is an exceptional Persian Heriz ca. 1925 measuring 9.5 x 12. 2.  It was hand-knotted in northwest Persia by Azeri women, using handspun, vegetally dyed,  local mountain sheep wool. A Heriz typically incorporates a central medallion (representing a window to heaven) and utilizes rectilinear lines giving a more primitive […]

Enjoy Work More!

Posted on March 25th, 2014 by Joshua Kebabian

Where are your feet? Get Grounded on a Kebabian’s Oriental Rug which always has the human touch + a unique vibe & ENJOY WORK MORE!

Knowing How to Live

Posted on March 11th, 2014 by Joshua Kebabian

Knowing How to Live   “The world belongs to the enthusiast who keeps cool.”  says William McFee.  Is it possible to be both classy and cool?  Absolutely! Notice how the design of the Heriz keeps the vibe of the room grounded and going – harmoniously binding the artwork, instruments, furniture, décor, etc. This stunning piece […]

Window Watch 2/22 – Artistic Impressions

Posted on March 8th, 2014 by Joshua Kebabian

WINDOW  LEFT The stunning Heriz hanging in WINDOW LEFT measures 9.1 x 11.10.  This piece was hand-knotted in northern Afghanistan by Turkmen women using handspun vegetally dyed local wool.  This piece would have taken four women approximately 6 months to complete.  This production is part of a cottage industry where the rugs are woven in […]