Afghan Rug Cleaning, Repairs And Valuation In Wales
We do cleaning, repairs and valuation for all kinds of afghan rugs in wales area, our experts have more than 3 generations of experience in afghan rug cleaning, repairs and valuation. Trust the Rug Master

Service Description

We offer Rug cleaning, repairs and valuation services all over UK.

Service Details

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RugMaster rug cleaning, repairs and valuation offers a variety of services in wales, including
  • Rug cleaning, repairs and valuation
    • Rug cleaning service
    • Rug repairs service
    • Rug restoration service
    • Rug valuation service

Service Location
Wherever you are, collection and delivery is free of charge!

We are based in London and our clients send us the rugs from all over United Kingdom, including Wales

Get in Touch

Do not hesitate to inquire about our services. You can call us using the phone number at the top of the page. Alternatively, use the "Free quote" form below.

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About Afghan rugs

Afghanistan is one of the leading producers of handmade rugs in the world. Afghan rugs are genuine, charming and usually phenomenally inexpensive. One of the most exotic and distinctive of all oriental rugs is the Shindand and Adraskan (named after local Afghan villages) woven in the Hairat area in western Afghanistan. Strangely elongated human and animal figures are their signature look. Most of the weavers in Afghanistan are the Ersari Turkman. But other smaller group such as Chub Bash and Kizil Ayaks are also in the line of weaving rugs. In addition Uzbeks, Kyrgyz, Kazakhs and Arabs label their rug according to their ethic group. Various and other natural dyes are used to produce the rich colours. As a chemical colour they use copper sulphate, ferrous sulphate, or tin and urine. Tribal rugs are almost always done on the horizontal or ground loom. This is due to the fact the nomads rarely remain in one location for more then two months. A Turkman woman will usually take at least six month to finish a rug 6 feet by 4 feet. The loom there fore can be set up and taken down four to six times before a rug or kelim is finished colour of Afghan rugs are mainly Reds (Madder-root of modern plant- ranges from reds to Orange and Purple.