Also known as ‘chobi’ rugs – the Farsi word for wood – Overdyed ziegler rugs are usually characterized by their muted color schemes and neutral repeated patterns. Read More
Ottoman, Persian and European Class
Woven into a Functional Piece of Ziegler Rug History
Our colorful overdyeing process adds a new twist to this classic styling, creating luxurious soft rugs that are perfect for any contemporary or modern setting.
Named after the Manchester, UK Company, Ziegler & Co, who started making replica Persian rugs from the end of the 19th Century, these attractive and durable pieces are fashioned from 100% imported New Zealand wool and make use of only the best organic vegetable dyes.
Some of the most popular rugs that we sell, the process of overdyeing classic rugs means they are truly refreshed and reinvigorated – and are ready to become a talking point in any American home.
Our Specialist Overdying Process For Ziegler Rugs
Although a relatively simple process on the face of it, overdyeing rugs requires a level of delicate precision rarely achieved by most rug companies. At RugKnots, our skilled artisans have a family history of working within the Pakistani rug industry for generations, and as such are well placed to produce some of the highest quality overdyed Ziegler’s available.
To complete our overdyeing procedure, our experts first de-saturate classic or quality replica rugs, then treat them multiple times with various organic dye tones to create the desired finished color. Each rug is then washed to create a lush, thick pile – and reassuringly all this work is carried out by hand.
What you’re left with is a top standard, highly attractive rug which retains the style elements of the original design, but which has also been reinvigorated with a modern color palette that will complement any room in a contemporary or modern home.
Overdyed Ziegler Rugs: At a glance
- Genuine imported wool from New Zealand
- Allergy-free & hypoallergenic
- Cruelty free wool sourcing
- Organic vegetable dyes
- Authentic Persian hand knotting
- 81 knots per square inch
- Hand washed to create a luxuriously soft pile