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Gabbeh 5' 7 x 8' 1 - No. 55609

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Special Price $1,245 Regular Price $5,395
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Estimated Delivery: Jun 21 - Jun 27 FREE International Shipping via DHL or FedEx
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Availability : In stock
SKU
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SKU 55609
Design Gabbeh
Weave Hand Knotted
Color Brown
Pattern Plain
Pile Wool
Warp Cotton
Country Pakistan
Age New
Condition Perfect
Knot Senneh
KPSI 8 x 9 (72)
Shape Rectangle
Type None
Color Brown

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This Pakistan Gabbeh design rug is hand-knotted with Wool on Cotton and has knots per square inch.
The primary color in this handmade rug is Brown.
This rug is New and in Perfect condition.
The measurements for this rug are: 5 feet 7 inches wide by 8 feet 1 inches long.
This rug is currently Available and will ship within 2 business days.
Free International Shipping & 14-Day Returns.
This rug's SKU # is 55609.

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  • * We provide FREE Local and International Shipping via DHL / UPS with a delivery time of 3 to 5 days from our California, US warehouse or from Lahore, Pakistan subject to availability.
  • * Customers are liable to any import or customs duties on arrival of the rug in their country. Please refer to our FAQ section for further details.
  • * You may return your unused rug(s) in its original condition and packaging within 14 days of receipt.  
  • * You will be responsible for all return shipping costs with the same courier you received the rug(s) with. 
  • * US and Canadian customers can send return rug(s) to our US address in California. 
  • * In case of a return, you are liable to pay 10% re-stocking fee for internal company expenses such as handling, accounting, banking and other associated expenses. 
  • * We operate on very low margins, hence we do not encourage customers to adopt a "buy to try" approach. 
  • * If you receive a damaged item, ALRUG will assist you in receiving a replacement or refund as quickly as possible - at no cost to you. 

QUESTIONS?

Rotate your rugs frequently to equalize the damaging effects of the sunlight. Continual direct exposure to sunlight will damage a rug over time, use window shades, shutters, or heavy curtains to safeguard your investment.

Protect your rugs from Fumes and Dampness from furnaces, stoves, chimneys and auto exhaust can mix with humidity in the atmosphere to form an acid that fades and deteriorates the appearance of wool. Over time, dampness will rot the threads and destroy the fibers of a rug. Keep them in a dry environment.

Wear and tear If a rug is cut or torn, have a competent person repair the damage as soon as possible. Holes can expand very quickly and ruin an otherwise repairable carpet. With ordinary use, the selvage edges tend to fray as they are not as compressed as the rug pile. Worn edges can easily be re-darned. Fringes can be replaced. Worn or damaged areas in the middle of a rug can be re-knotted. Even large holes can be restored.

Moths can cause extensive damage to Oriental rugs; however, a carpet in normal use is rarely in danger from moths. Frequent rotation and regular exposure to light and air usually keeps moths at bay. Eliminate these pests and safeguard against their return by spraying the front and back of a carpet every six months with moth spray.

Padding an Oriental rug the life can be doubled with the use of good-quality padding. Padding protects the rug, especially in heavily-trafficked areas. The best padding is made of hair or fiber with a rubberized surface to prevent moving and wrinkling. Avoid synthetic pad that takes on the appearance of rubber as it turns to an abrasive powder after several years.

Cleaning The beauty and life of Oriental rugs are vitally dependent on their cleanliness. Lack of maintenance will contribute to loss in the potential investment.

Sweeping the rug with a broom at least once a week removes loose soil and brings out it's natural sheen

Beating is one of the best methods for cleaning a rug. It should be beaten several times on each side, always in dry weather.

Vacuuming Try to use a low suction level and a new bag. Never vacuum against the nap, as this presses dirt back into the rug. (Run your hand across the pile from fringe to fringe to determine the direction of the nap.) Do not vacuum the fringes. The suction of a powerful vacuum cleaner can tear the fringe.

Washing Oriental rugs should be washed every three to five years, depending on their use and the amount of traffic they endure. Using steam-cleaning or chemicals on an Oriental rug removes the natural oils from the wool. The pile becomes brittle, and the carpet wears out sooner. Do not, unless absolutely necessary, submerge an Oriental rug in water. Surface cleaning is usually all that is required.

Crushed pile Revive carpet pile that has been crushed by heavy furniture by brushing the indented area with a soft brush. Moisten with a spray bottle, and brush again.

Storage If a rug must be stored, it must be inspected regularly. To store a rug, wrap it in fabric. An Oriental rug needs to breathe. It can rot or mildew in plastic. A rug can be rolled up and stored in a chest with some paradichlorobenzene crystals, which make the wool inedible to moths. DO NOT lay carpets flat on top of one another for any length of time. A rug stored in a damp or humid area will mildew, which discolors and weakens the fibers. A hot or poorly ventilated storage area will dry out the base of the rug, making it brittle, destroying strength and durability. If you act immediately, you can prevent virtually any spill from becoming a stain.

In Persian it means 'fringe'. Also translated to unclipped or long pile carpets. The Gabbeh is a very simple hand-woven rug, traditionally tribal made by nomadic people, in southern Iran, Pakistan and India. It's distinctive naive style is especially suited to modern and eclectic interiors. The early weaver was given only the cotton for the base, along with dyed woolen yarn. He had no pattern, but looked at his surroundings and reproduced what he saw. Therefore each carpet is unique. This spontaneous style recently achieved much wider acceptance, and became very popular at home and abroad. Generally on a thick, heavy pile it combines large uncluttered fields with the occasional geometric human or animal silhouette. Sometimes there are over-all abstract patterns or bold stripes. Due to great demand for the Pak-Gabbeh, patterns were eventually made of the more popular designs.

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