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 […]

Kebabian’s Latest Ad

Posted on March 12th, 2013 by Joshua Kebabian

 We are proud to present our latest advertisement that will be featured in an upcoming issue of New England Home magazine! The carpet featured in the background of this ad, is a fine Gabbeh, or Kashkuli carpet.  It was hand-knotted in Southwest Persia by women from the nomadic Qasqai Kashkuli tribe.  It’s made of handspun […]

Go Suzani!

Posted on November 30th, 2012 by Joshua Kebabian

Fine Suzani – Blue – Wool – 5′ x 8’2″ Fine Suzani – Natural – Wool – 3′ x 5’3″ Suzanis are textiles from Central Asia, mainly Uzbekistan, that are usually silk embroidered linens with fertility design elements (e.g., “paisleys” representing mother-with-child) that are primarily used as bedspreads. Many antique Suzanis provide inspiration for fine hand-knotted […]

Sampling from our “Soft Color Collection”

Posted on October 26th, 2012 by Joshua Kebabian

Our “Soft Color Collection” includes some of the most gorgeous carpets made today.  Many of these pieces come from northern Afghanistan and northern Pakistan and are hand-knotted by ethnic Turkmen and Hazara people. Achieving this level of beauty is very labor intensive. After the knotting (a.k.a. “weaving) these carpets undergo an extreme finishing process.  First […]