Rare Kashmir Silk rug with a Single Knot quality on a silk foundation...
This Kashmir rug featuring a Gonbad design is one of several with the rare single knot quality, which is very hard to find and far superior to the standard high quality 18/18 Kashmir rugs.
The single knot Kashmir rugs are very much like the genuine 50Raj Tabriz rugs in that they are woven with individual knots instead of being hand-loomed like standard Kashmir rugs. This gives the single knot Kashmir rugs a much more solid pile and as you can see in the pictures, the details in the silk pile is much thicker and yet well defined than in standard Kashmir rugs. The solid silk pile is perfect for traffic areas and we are fortunate to be one able to work closely with the weavers in Kashmir who are able to produce these rare pieces for us. One of the outstanding features in this Kashmir rug is that the foundation is made of silk instead of the customary cotton giving it an added touch of luxury.
Informational Video About Kashmir Silk Rugs
If you view this Kashmir page on a laptop or desktop, you can see my informative video below about Kashmir Silk Carpets. Due to the number of questions and misinformation I receive about the silk Kashmir carpets, I have made a video that details the differences between the 18/18 and Single-Knot Kashmir rugs as well as other facts about the Kashmir carpets. In addition, I will explain some of the facts and misinformation about the Kashmir rugs. As with all of my videos that you see in my website and Youtube channel, this video contains NO marketing or sales pitches.
If you are looking for a silk Kashmir rug or already own one, please watch this 20 minute as it contains general information and facts about the Kashmir carpets.
Topic #1: The different qualities in Kashmir rugs and a brief overview
Topic #2: Difference between 18/18 Kashmir silk rugs and Single-Knot Kashmir carpets
For addditional information and to learn more about Kashmir silk rugs, click on the link here about Silk Kashmir Rugs.