Handmade Rug

Window Watch – Unaffected Gabbeh & Handsome Heriz

Posted on March 22nd, 2016 by Joshua Kebabian

 WINDOW LEFT        The  UNAFFECTED Fine Persian Gabbeh hanging in WINDOW LEFT measures 8.4 x 11.7.  It was hand-knotted in southwest Iran by Kashkuli women, using handspun vegetally dyed wool from their own sheep.  The word “Gabbeh” comes from the Persian language meaning raw, natural and uncut.  Gabbehs are noted for their simplicity, a […]

Why a Handmade Rug?

Posted on July 28th, 2015 by Joshua Kebabian

Why a Handmade Rug?      Daun Curry, founder of Modern Declaration in 2009 and touted by Vogue as one of today’s hottest interior designers, sees machine-made carpets as “processed food” while she finds handmade rugs without question superior, art… “their palpable human touch generates an energy absent in their machine-made alternative.”      Decorative […]