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Indian Rugs: Identification Through Inspection of Fringe, Fringe Knots, Kilim and Other

This assembly of images is meant to demonstrate the appearance of typical Indian Oriental Rugs.  Pay particularly close attention to the appearance of wool, style of knotting fringes, and the kilim leading before the knotted fringe. 

 Typical Corners

Indian Art Deco Fringe Carpet

Above: Coarse knot density, thicker wool pile with somewhat less refined fibers.  Note the fringe, which has been woven into a careful "web".  Not uncommon for Indian rugs in the early to late 1970's.

Bokhara Indian Fringe

India Fringe

India Sarouk Fringe

Indian Animal Design Fringe

Holbein Carpet Fringe

Indian Kirman

Indian Tabriz

Indian Kerman Fringe

Indian Tabriz Fringe

Indian Persian Design Fringe

Indian Persian Design Fringe

Indian Corner Fringe

 

More Uncommon Corners

Indian Shiraz Fringe

 

Indian Caucasian Rug Fringe

Indian Saddlebag Rug Fringe


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