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 […]


Posted on November 6th, 2013 by Joshua Kebabian

WINDOW WATCH provides details of the latest gorgeous carpets gracing Kebabian’s windows in downtown New Haven. WINDOW LEFT The powerful Heriz hanging in WINDOW LEFT measures 9.7 x 12.2.  This impressive piece was hand-knotted in northwest Persia by Azeri women using vegetal dyed, handspun, local mountain sheep wool.  This formidable carpet bursts with a cornucopia of […]

131st Anniversary Sale

Posted on March 19th, 2013 by Joshua Kebabian

  One hundred and thirty-one years in the Oriental rug business is an unprecedented milestone in the USA.  Kebabian’s America’s oldest Oriental rug importer, is celebrating with incredible offers for you from the northeast’s largest inventory, of top quality, hand-knotted rugs and flat-weaves.  Hand picked by 4th generation owner John Kebabian.  You can view a […]

Rug of the Week | June 28, 2011

Posted on May 4th, 2011 by Joshua Kebabian

A fine Tibetan carpet hand-knotted in Kathmandu, Nepal. Made of natural dyed handspun Himalayan wool and silk. The inspiration of the design is an Ashanti Kente cloth from Ghana, West Africa.