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Matot netistä: Osta persialaiset matot verkkokaupastamme CarpetU2.

Matot netistä: Osta persialaiset matot verkkokaupastamme CarpetU2.

It's hard to predict what will inspire people the most when it comes to photography online. Sometimes the most specific concepts yield the most impressive results and, other times, something more open and vague, like the idea of texture, can produce the most incredible images. Texture was this month's DS Hashtag Challenge and I was blown away to see the over 5,000 images that were shared in less than a month. From stunning still-life photos of mushrooms and flowers to the tiniest cat…

“Brushing off a case of the Mondays with this gorgeous rug from by 👍”

Manolo Blahnik Reveals Breathtaking Evening Handbag Collection (Yup, His First Ever)?See the Dazzling Clutches! | E! Online Mobile

Manolo Blahnik Reveals Blinged Out First Handbag Collection

Manolo Blahnik Reveals Breathtaking Evening Handbag Collection (Yup, His First Ever)—See the Dazzling Clutches!

War Rugs: The Obscure Collectors Market for Afghan “Kitsch”

Afghan war rug with obvious weapons. I bought something quite similar from a local Afghani dealer and have been fighting moths since hint: put in the dryer at high heat.

Africa | Floor rug from the Moroccan Arab/Berber, Oulad Bou Sbaa tribe living on the Marrakesh Plains | ca. mid 20th century | Wool and goat hair; knotted pile, weft-faced. | The Oulad Bou Sbaa tribal weavers were significantly influenced by commercially successful urban carpet production. Weavers frequently incorporated Rabat carpet motifs, which originated in Turkish rugs imported during the period of Ottoman political influence.

Floor rug from the Moroccan Arab/Berber, Oulad Bou Sbaa tribe living on the Marrakesh Plains

detail. Algerian Berber Rug    Wool with camel-hair border    101 x 59 inches (detail only shown)    Nemamcha Berber people    Batna region, Algeria (northeast Algeria)    c. 1920    Provenance:    -- collected in Algeria by Jack Daulton    -- ex. coll. Hotel St. George (now operating as Hotel El Djazaïr), Algiers; said to have been deaccessioned after independence (1962)

Algerian Berber Rug Wool with camel-hair border Nemamcha Berber people Batna region, Algeria (northeast Algeria) c.

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