Chobi Rugs

Interestingly, there are many types of rugs but not every kind makes to the pivot point. Some leave the hall of fame because basic traits or qualities to reach the success point is missing. In this article, we are going to discuss everything that will make you fall in Chobi rugs. As they say in the market, these rugs are one of the kinds that are acknowledged on what it holds. Prior delving into reasons as to why Chobi rugs should not be ignored and Ziegler Chobi rugs, let’s get familiarized with the word “Chobi rugs”.

What are Chobi rugs? 

“Chobi” is derived from a Persian word “chob” meaning wood. According to some linguists, the meaning is not fixated to wood but anything that is related to the dyes found in the woods. Furthermore, Chobi Persian carpet has attributes that are not normally found in any other rug. For example, it is hand-knotted and is made on the spindles.

 

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1 - Chobi Zeigler rugs

Zeigler is a pattern or design and another name for Chobi rugs. Highly credible and recognized type of Chobi that was commissioned back in 1883 by the German company in England had been the main attraction for many nationalities. Zeigler designs were managed and taken care under the handymen of Iran and Pakistan. These types of Chobi rugs are assets for the western market and it becomes the basis of fascination to almost every home.

2 - Production of Chobi Oriental rugs

The production phase of a standard-sized Chobi oriental rugs requires between a year (12 months) to 14 months. Reinforcement of optimum quality of rugs is dependent on the sources through which materials for dyeing are collected. It means that more than fifty percent of the laborious efforts to gather material is done before it reaches the other group of labors; the ones who deal with the production in the loom.

 

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3 - Dyes for Chobi rugs

Dyes are made out of best yet natural dyes materials found in forests and woods. Those are the parameter of maintaining quality and worth. Some of the findings from the forests to achieve the required dyes include; peels of fruits, roots of the plants and trees, skins of vegetables, tree barks, dried flowers, and shells of the nuts.

Main features of Chobi area rugs

Mostly, the Chobi rugs have around a thousand knots in every square inch. There could be less or more than that too. But on average the count remains to thousand. Dyes and colors are extracted from the natural means which are utilized in different ways. If we go in detail, we find out that it is about four to seven in number. Cotton wraps are the base on the spindle and hundred and ten percent wool (hand-spun) is materialized in the making of Chobi handspun wool rugs.

 

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Why you should buy Chobi Peshawar rugs? 

Reasons as to why you must buy Peshawar Chobi rugs include the versatility it holds, heritage and cultural background, materials mostly used in the making, and so on and so forth. Following are some of the main basics of falling in love with Chobi antique rugs.

1.   History and lineage of Chobi rugs

First and foremost, the history of Chobi western rugs doesn’t date back to a century. Instead, it goes back to two and a half centuries. Hand-loom and the associated craftsmen did a great job in its promotion. Heritage would have lost its value if these labors wouldn’t have played their role.

1.   Mean of financial growth

    Chobi modern rugs are one of the main reasons for the growth and stability of an economy. To support the culture of Persia, many companies started endorsing their business. That definitely led to financial growth.

     

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    2.   Hand-woven

    Unlike other manufacturing processes of making a carpet or rug, Chobi hands woven rugs are only made on a loom. The Chobi handmade rugs has its value because of the assistance of labors who do everything from picking the materials from woods and forest (for making natural dyes) to the weaving of wool into a rug.

    3.   High-end materials

    Wool, cotton, or silk are the main materials used in the weaving department. It takes months and at times years to complete one Chobi traditional rug. If you are thinking about estimate time for making a medium-sized Chobi rug then it is between 12 to 14 months. However, the larger one takes around 2 to 3 years to complete the process. The reason for taking the said time is based on the fact that designing of Chobi rugs is always unique. Yes, unique to the extent that it can allure anyone at first sight.

     

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    4.   Comfortability and maintenance

    Chobi kilim rugs are easy to maintain. They are also comfortable because of the insulation and warmth that rugs emit. Since Chobi oushak rugs are not just soft but also the best choice for those who find difficulty in placing feet on the floor. Maintenance of Chobi tribal rugs is cheaper than the normal rugs and carpets. Stains are removed without much hassle, regular hand washing of the rugs or vacuuming prevents Chobi rugs from early traces of defects.

    Note: regular hand-washing of the Chobi wool rugs means that you need to wash it at least once in a year. Best is always to clean it with detergent after every three to four months. Also, vacuuming has to be done on alternate days.  

    All in all, Chobi home decor rugs are meant to decorate and fill the space of your house in a very subtle way. They can be hanged on the wall as well as used as the center rug on the floor. You can get some amazing rugs from RugKnots and that too, at amazing prices!

     

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