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Let the splendor of your home blossom with the timeless elegance of Persian Carpets, available from Koning Bamboe!

History of Persian carpets.

Discover the rich world of traditional Persian carpets, a true art form steeped in history and craftsmanship. Besides Turkish and Afghan carpets, Persian carpets are known as the most recognized hand-knotted oriental carpets. Although the term "Persian carpet" is still used, they now include carpets from contemporary Iran, formerly known as Persia.

Handmade Vintage Persian Carpets with a Story.

Experience the difference of true craftsmanship: all our carpets are made by hand, making each piece a unique work of art. Discover the timeless elegance and craftsmanship of Persian carpets in our webshop, where vintage carpets with ages of up to 50 years are waiting to share their story with you. Explore our unique offering by choosing a category and bring the warmth of traditional craftsmanship into your space

Traditional Craftsmanship and Natural Materials.

Persian carpets are traditional handmade carpets that are often characterized by high-quality materials and craftsmanship. Although they are not generally classified as "sustainable" by modern environmental standards, there are some considerations that can make a Persian rug more durable:

Handmade and Local Production:

Carpets handmade by local artisans contribute to employment in the region and can be more sustainable than mass production.

Natural materials:

Carpets made from natural materials such as wool, cotton or silk are generally more environmentally friendly than synthetic alternatives.

Long lifespan:

High-quality Persian rugs can have a long lifespan, especially if they are properly maintained. This contributes to sustainability by reducing the need for frequent replacement.


Some Persian carpets are repairable and can be restored when they show wear, contributing to longer use.

Traditional Production Methods:

Carpets made using traditional and artisanal production methods can represent a certain sustainability in their cultural heritage.

Transparency in Origin:

When buying a Persian carpet, it is beneficial if there is transparency about the origin and production methods. Some stores offer information about the artisans and the supply chain.

Vintage Carpets:

Buying vintage Persian carpets contributes to sustainability by reusing existing products, reducing the demand for new production.

It's important to note that while Persian rugs can be sustainable in some ways, they are generally not made with modern environmental standards in mind. When aiming for sustainability, it is also essential to look for carpets that have been specifically certified to modern sustainability standards.

Unravel the Secrets of Persian Carpets

Knot density: The quality of Persian carpets is determined by the careful knot density, making each carpet a masterpiece.

Colorful Mastery: Persian carpets are dyed with natural dyes, using indigo for beautiful blue tones, keeping the colors vibrant and long-lasting.

Timeless Patterns: The diversity of patterns and ornaments in Persian rugs reflect craftsmanship and timeless elegance, making them a perfect fit for any space.

Increased Value: The use of vegetable dyes contributes to the durability and harmony of Persian carpets, causing antique examples to increase in value over time.

Unique Heirlooms: Every Persian rug tells a unique story, and antique rugs with natural dyes tend to become even more beautiful and valuable with age.

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