Wednesday, November 14, 2012

The Future Crop of Handknotted Oriental Rugs Is Afoot

The material growing on the special breed of sheep below is the special ingredient for future creation of fine handknotted oriental rugs. It's a natural, organic, green, renewable resource in production.
 Over several months, the wool covering these sheep grows into magnificent fleeces which, upon shearing, will be acquired by the world's best rug-making concerns. 

Then, following a time-perfected process -- which takes considerably longer than the production of the raw material -- the wool is spun, dyed and used to build a rug knot-by-knot; and something wonderful results -- the following being but one example of an incredibly diverse set of superb examples available to satisfy any discerning taste.

And, needless to say, there is ALWAYS a bumper crop of beautiful handmade rugs available for your consideration and consumption at Brandon Oriental Rugs. Tell us what's cooking with your design project, and we'll suggest appropriate ingredients to help you serve it up right. 

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