Greetings my friends. I hope you all have been keeping well since our last overview of the mapping process. I know some of the terms can be a bit cumbersome, but my hope is to make it all as easy to understand as possible! Now friends, on to our next process – dyeing the yarn. […]
Kebabian’s Rugs Creating Homes You Love to Live In! Stunning Serapi hand-knotted in northern Afghanistan using handspun wool and vegetal dyes fabulously grounds dining room with style creating a memorable space where you want to linger, think and do the “great stuff of life” this is NOT an antique! Kebabian’s is thrilled and […]
“Fully Functional, Uniquely Beautiful” Kebabian’s Oriental Rugs
A Good Beginning Brings Confidence & Expectation to the Journey Nothing lays a foundation like a hand-picked Kebabian Oriental carpet 🙂
WINDOW LEFT The formidable Persian Bijar hanging in WINDOW LEFT measures 8.6 x 11.6. This awe-inspiring piece was hand-knotted in western Iran by Kurdish women using vegetally dyed, handspun, local mountain sheep wool creating a treasure trove of rich colors: madder red, burnt sienna, gold, various blues – sky blue, robin egg, and navy, ivory, […]
Bringing Home to a Public Space! Pazyryk hand-knotted in Afghanistan by Turkmen women adding to the conversation in the Fortunato aka President’s Room at Mory’s in New Haven. Watch Kebabian’s carpets “at work” by following us on Pinterest. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/423408802440615827/
WINDOW LEFT The QUINTESSENTIAL Bakshayesh hanging in WINDOW LEFT measures 9.1 x 11.8. This piece was hand-knotted in northern Afghanistan by Turkmen women using handspun vegetally dyed local wool over a period of 6-7 months. The Bakshayesh is a more primitive form of the Heriz. Though the design of the Bakshayesh is not as evolved, […]
Learning the Language of Rugs Join John Kebabian for an enjoyable and educational evening this coming Wednesday, June 18, 2014 at Sarah Blank Studio in Darien. See Invitation for details and RSVP’s.