Today, it is mostly concentrated on rugs that have no or few colors, hardly any design and no durable or valuable material. Majority of these goods will be discarded in time and return very little, if anything at all. In the 1960s, building an average home more affordably meant some changes, such as shorter ceiling heights to preserve and save on heating. They were also built without the traditional wood flooring in anticipation of covering the floors with a wall-to-wall carpeting which would bring the cost of building down. This was a financial and not necessarily a healthy choice.As compared to the Traditional Rugs which are hand-knotted made of natural fibers of Wool, Silk and Cotton, tufted rugs or wall-to-all goods which use adhesives on the back have some serious health concerns. The adhesive on the back of such alternatives is highly toxic. Im sure many are familiar about the new Carpet syndrome or the new car syndrome due to its fresh carpet. The warmth of an average room temperature causes the odorless gases of the synthetics to be released in the air and sensitive people react to it with from simple allergies to as bad as a lung collapse. Circulating the fumes in a new car can cause eye infections and repertory issues. Almost all of the production of Fine Traditional Rugs in many countries has ended and high end is no longer being made. While the marketing is concentrated on the Shabby Transitional, looking back through its history, technically whatever traditional Rugs remain out there are now rare and scarce and of better values already. The searching for the old Rugs since the mid-1960 took me to many house sales and auctions nationwide. Some of the most noteworthy in the 1970s were the Rockefeller-Dodge Estate, the Vanderbilt Estate and the JP Morgan Estate.
In contrast to most estate sales in which a lot is thrashed before sellable goods are identified, in these even the trash bins were valuable. In one I saw a wardrobe closet larger than a family room with magnificent suites hanging in it. One of the suites had a label sew into the inner jacket lining, embroidered the name of the clothing outfit which hand tailored it for the gentleman in the 1920s. Needless to say that date dropped my jaw in awe as to how fine things can last this long in almost new condition.
One can realize, it is not only color and style that are elemental in composition of what is described as beautiful. Sometimes it is the value, such as the case may be if you wore just a rough diamond on your finger. Which rang out very true. How amazing and how intelligent is the beauty in the value! Unlike a diamond which you cannot eat if you were hungry, it will not keep you warm and will not drive you anywhere, Fine Rugs will serve you to warm your home and cushion your steps, they muffle noise and beautify your home.
But just like Diamonds they will give you a return value which historically has been much higher than the original cost. One must take good care of their belongings regardless of its value. But when you own something that can outlast an entire generation it is even more important to take better care of it in order to make sure when it comes to giving up ownership that a better condition can ensure you a better financial return.First and foremost care is to keep your rugs clean. After a few years of use or after any big spill it is a great idea to have your rugs thoroughly washed and treated. It is just as important to make sure the entity in care of cleaning your rug has some degree of professional experience in treatment of such rugs and to ensure your rug does not end up being the experiment. If you have any tears or holes in it or the ends or sides may be unraveling, you would want to quickly restore and secure it so the damage does not progress into something very big and expensive which will take away from the value. In the US depression of the 1930's all production of those solid, soft wool rugs stopped and within 2 decades later the newer cheaper merchandise hit the market.
Todays popular productions are either the tufted or very light weight hand knotted which are very light in weight and have very few colors, with abstract and transitional designs. The newer production is being marketed by dealers due to the fact that they are substantially cheaper in quality and value and they would take very little talent or work to decorate with compromising the professional potential of the interior decorators, as well as the durability and the resale value In my production and Import distribution business, in order not to get lost in an ocean of importers who all brought commercial grade goods, I specialized in better wool, higher density, more authentic designs and better dyes in line with the productions of early 1900s. This is a rare opportunity own the solid qualities which are rare and will be of great value while the inventories last.ThePreciousOne, the right Choice for a pick-me-up for when you've had enough of the bland, colorless and the abstracts! The item "Rug, Area Rug, Beautiful Hand Knotted Wool YagciBidir Rug 42x74 plus Braids" is in sale since Tuesday, July 26, 2016.
This item is in the category "Home & Garden\Rugs & Carpets\Area Rugs". The seller is "thepreciousone" and is located in Great Neck, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.