Rug Cleaning Chinnor
Oriental Rug Spa offer a specialist Persian, Oriental and Turkish rug cleaning for Chinnor, Oxfordshire. We also offer a rug repair service. If you own a dirty or soiled rug that needs professional cleaning, then why not give us a call on 01276 423 150. We can arrange collection and delivery for you. The rug wash process required can differ from rug to rug, so we offer various methods of rug cleaning, from full immersion washing to dry cleaning. All rug fibres can be cared for – wool, cotton, silk, viscose, rayon. We can carry out a pet stain and odour treatment, moth treatment and apply a fibre protection to resist against soiling and staining. We have extensive experience with cleaning antique rugs and rugs with unstable dyes and offer a rug repair service, including fringes, sides and pile reweaving.
Chinese Silk Rug
Chinese silk rugs are highly prized for their beauty, craftsmanship, and historical significance. They are known for their fine quality, intricate patterns, and vibrant colors. Made from natural silk fibres, these rugs have a luxuriously soft and smooth texture.
Chinese silk rugs have a long history, dating back thousands of years. The art of silk weaving and rug making in China can be traced back to the Han Dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD). During the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD), silk rugs became popular among the imperial court and aristocrats.
The designs of Chinese silk rugs often feature motifs such as dragons, phoenixes, lotus flowers, and other traditional symbols. These rugs are meticulously hand-knotted by skilled artisans using silk threads, resulting in detailed patterns and a high knot count per square inch.
The traditional colors used in Chinese silk rugs include vibrant shades of red, blue, gold, and green. These colors symbolize prosperity, happiness, and wealth in Chinese culture. Each color and pattern has its own symbolic meaning, which adds another layer of depth to these rugs.
Chinese silk rugs are often considered to be a luxury item due to the intricate craftsmanship and high-quality materials used. They are sought after by collectors and interior designers. While genuine Chinese silk rugs can be quite expensive, there are also machine-made replicas and lower-quality versions available in the market.
Taking care of a Chinese silk rug is important to ensure its longevity and preserve its beauty. Regular vacuuming, avoidance of direct sunlight, and professional cleaning are recommended to maintain the rug’s condition.