817-377-8598
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4915 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, Texas 76107 (Next to Kincaid’s Hamburger)
Since 1986
Copyright © 2019. Atlas Rug Gallery
4915 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, Texas 76107 (Next to Kincaid’s Hamburger)
Since 1986
Roadrunner Media  Website Design
The art of manufacturing carpets was introduced in India, probably by the great mogul Akbar (1556-1605) which brought in Persian weavers together with skilled pattern artists mainly for producing carpets for his palace. During the 16th, 17th and 18th century many fine carpets were woven here made of the finest sheep wool and silk, with Persian patterns. The quality sank during the 19th century and right up to the middle of the 20th century, except some smaller productions in the cities of Srinagar, Amritsar and Agra. After India’s independence in 1947 the commercial manufacturing had a reawakening, even though most of the weavers had moved to Pakistan, they reintroduced the art by their concentration on education of youths, men and women.

Indian Hand-Knotted

Indian Persian

In India, the area surrounding the large city of Varanasi in east-central India and the area centered around Jaipur, southwest of Delhi are the two major weaving districts. The handmade rugs that come from these districts vary widely in both design and size. We have several on display that reflect the variety and beauty of Indian Persian rugs well.
Indian Persian Design

Indian Persian Wool Hand-Knotted

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817-377-8598
Call Now:
4915 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, Texas 76107 (Next to Kincaid’s Hamburger)
Since 1986
Copyright © 2016. Atlas Rug Gallery
4915 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, Texas 76107 (Next to Kincaid’s Hamburger)
Since 1986
Roadrunner Media  Website Design
The art of manufacturing carpets was introduced in India, probably by the great mogul Akbar (1556-1605) which brought in Persian weavers together with skilled pattern artists mainly for producing carpets for his palace. During the 16th, 17th and 18th century many fine carpets were woven here made of the finest sheep wool and silk, with Persian patterns. The quality sank during the 19th century and right up to the middle of the 20th century, except some smaller productions in the cities of Srinagar, Amritsar and Agra. After India’s independence in 1947 the commercial manufacturing had a reawakening, even though most of the weavers had moved to Pakistan, they reintroduced the art by their concentration on education of youths, men and women.

Indian Hand-Knotted

Indian Persian

In India, the area surrounding the large city of Varanasi in east-central India and the area centered around Jaipur, southwest of Delhi are the two major weaving districts. The handmade rugs that come from these districts vary widely in both design and size. We have several on display that reflect the variety and beauty of Indian Persian rugs well.
Indian Persian Design

Indian Persian Wool Hand-Knotted

Categories
817-377-8598
Call Now:
4915 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, Texas 76107 (Next to Kincaid’s Hamburger)
Since 1986
Copyright © 2016. Atlas Rug Gallery
4915 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, Texas 76107 (Next to Kincaid’s Hamburger)
Since 1986
Roadrunner Media  Website Design
The art of manufacturing carpets was introduced in India, probably by the great mogul Akbar (1556-1605) which brought in Persian weavers together with skilled pattern artists mainly for producing carpets for his palace. During the 16th, 17th and 18th century many fine carpets were woven here made of the finest sheep wool and silk, with Persian patterns. The quality sank during the 19th century and right up to the middle of the 20th century, except some smaller productions in the cities of Srinagar, Amritsar and Agra. After India’s independence in 1947 the commercial manufacturing had a reawakening, even though most of the weavers had moved to Pakistan, they reintroduced the art by their concentration on education of youths, men and women.

Indian Hand-Knotted

Indian Persian

In India, the area surrounding the large city of Varanasi in east-central India and the area centered around Jaipur, southwest of Delhi are the two major weaving districts. The handmade rugs that come from these districts vary widely in both design and size. We have several on display that reflect the variety and beauty of Indian Persian rugs well.
Indian Persian Design

Indian Persian Wool

Hand-Knotted

Categories