December, 2014

Happy New Year – Afghan Heriz

Posted on December 31st, 2014 by Joshua Kebabian

Happy New Year from Kebabian’s! Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever. Mahatma Gandhi  

Waiting Home & Heriz

Posted on December 22nd, 2014 by Joshua Kebabian

“A man travels the world over in search of what he needs, and returns home to find it.”  George Moore      Changing the scale of the elements gives an exquisite new take on a classic Heriz design.  This piece was hand-knotted in northern Afghanistan by Hazara women using natural dyes and local wool.   […]

Kebabian Keshan Adding to the Conversation

Posted on December 15th, 2014 by Joshua Kebabian

Thoughtful Conversation with a Sprinkling of Dry Humor Ü  Enjoy where you live, how you like it! Gorgeous, very fine Keshan adding to the conversation. As Mozart is pleasing to the ear, and satisfying to the mind, a HAND-PICKED KEBABIAN carpet is ALWAYS pleasing to the eye and satisfying to the mind. Rosa Bell Holt

Turkish Oriental Carpet Welcoming All Who Enter to Have a Good Time

Posted on December 12th, 2014 by Joshua Kebabian

WHERE YOU LIVE LIVE!      Kebabian’s whimsical Oriental Carpet was hand-knotted in south central Anatolia by master Turkish weavers.  This energetic and playful piece invites all who enter to visit and have a good time, a really good time ♥  

Sagacious Serapi Lands In Michigan

Posted on December 6th, 2014 by Joshua Kebabian

Sagacious Serapi Lands In Michigan Nothing is more gratifying in our business than seeing our rugs have the opportunity to “do their job”! The Serapi’s “intense vibe that embraces knowledge and is hopeful for the future is enhancing and empowering the space.”

Window Watch Afghan Kilim and Afghan Tabriz

Posted on December 5th, 2014 by Joshua Kebabian

 WINDOW LEFT       The Afghan Kilim hanging in WINDOW LEFT  measuring 8.6 x 11.2 was handwoven in northern Afghanistan in the village of Maimana using wool from their own sheep.  The village is renowned for these simple, yet sophisticated weavings.      The patterns are typically geometric. In this intriguing piece the Turkmen […]