(What Is Oriental Carpet) . To be classified as a true oriental rug a carpet must be hand knotted and come from any
of the traditional carpet producing countries of the world. This includes Persians, Indians, Kashmiris and a host of other styles.
Oriental rugs or oriental Carpets are different from all others in that their pile (usually wool) is tied to their foundations.
That is why they are referred to as hand-knotted rugs, and that, more than anything, accounts for why they last so long—often
50-80 years in use. This also accounts for their expense. Carpet making has also historically evolved as an Art form and as with
other art form the value and beauty remains subjective.
‘Antique’ – Original pieces from Our Private collection of antique rugs. This collection is acknowledged to be the
single largest Private collection in the world after the Sultan of Brunei’s. We have a part of this private collection
available for sale at the Miras Carpet Industries. Geographically this collection spans the entire carpet-making
world and comprises individually selected pieces from Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India etc. The famous
Bukhara carpets Like Kaishan, Hamadan,Qum, Jewel Of Kashmir, Star Of India,Doors Of Paradise, Khatirus,
Tree Of Life, Kirman rugs, Isfahans, Samarkands and many more find representation here.
‘Silk Carpets’ – The famous ‘Indian silk carpets’ are manufactured by us in Kashmir; these are new carpets
and can be made entirely of Silk or on Silk with a cotton foundation. These “Kashmiris” Weavers often take inspiration
from the classical Persian designs. Silk is the ultimate luxury fibreand these carpets are prized for their ornate design
and opulent finish.
‘Antique Reproductions’ – We at Miras Carpet Industries recreate classical Persian and Mughal carpets using
the same dyeing and weaving techniques of yore.
Do peruse our stylish ‘Silk and Wool Collection’ for our Persian reproductions and the ‘Mughal Jail Collection’
for our imitations of the erstwhile Jail Carpets. All these carpets are manufactured using clothing grade merino wool
and are also available with silk accents.
‘Kilims’– a large selection of the flat weaves from Central Asia, Iran, Afghanistan and Turkey.
These “tribal rugs” are in bold geometric designs and oft- vibrant colors. Made for self-use rather than sale, each
piece then becomes unique and the handiwork remarkable.
‘Montage’ – Modern carpets in sleek lines and contemporary colours.
Old Indian rugs are represented in our Old & Antique selection; we stock original pieces from the 19th and 20th century.
Some have been privately acquired from the royal families of India while others are new rugs manufactured by us today.
For antiques see – Carpets & Rugs
For new carpets in wool and Woolen Carpets- For 100% Silk Carpets, Please Check with Silk On Silk Carpet Section.
We keep Obsession, Transitional, Persian, Traditional, Modern and Old vintage carpets in stock.
We are award winners in customizing carpets and rugs.
We recreate age-old carpet making techniques. In keeping with that we use natural dyes i.e. only vegetable dyes.
A change in color in the field or border of a rug is called an ‘Abrash’. The color change extends across the rug,
left to right, following a weft yarn and this is due to differences in wool or dye batches used in the weaving of
Rather than being seen as a flaw an Abrash is appreciated by carpet lovers as a testament of handwork.
It is a misnomer that all oriental rugs are unreasonably expensive. If you are on a budget you could still
buy a great carpet. Consider selecting pieces that are newer and factor in raw material and labor costs.
Silk yarn is most expensive than wool, and silk carpets also require more time and skill to weave because
of the more intricate patterns.
Manufacture time would depend on carpet size and intricacy. A small (3’ x 5 ’ feet’s) rug could take a person
several months to make, while a medium-sized rug (5’ x 8’ feet’s) could take a person or persons a year.
Some of the museum quality Antique pieces or the very intricate silk masterpieces could take Several years.
Yes we do customize carpets/rugs and have done so previously and are doing now.
Whether it’s a private residence, Lounge, branded store front, a royal palace, VIP lounge, or a large hotel project,
we produce carpets tailored to specific needs. Sizes, shapes, colours, and even, in some instances, materials can
be modified to suit the need. The freedom to personalize and customize a carpet, down to the very last detail.
We develop carpets based on a design presented to us, or work with one from our large library of original designs –
both produced and unreleased. New Hand made collections are introduced frequently, and this enables us to provide
the latest there is – made to order.
Miras Carpet Industries-Designer Carpets and Rugs install carpets anywhere in the world.
The bespoke carpet: whatever you desire- Miras Carpet Industries-Designer Carpets and Rugs
Our experience in bespoke carpets is vast. We’ve designed and woven carpets for specific events such as weddings, for large spaces such as ballrooms and lobbies, and for personal spaces such as living rooms, private cabins, and yachts. Carpets created on a vague notion or a rounded idea, inviting fluid thought from a blank canvas.
The stimulus may be original, or may be inspired by anything whatsoever, whether it’s fashion, nature, art and culture, regional history, the human condition, a brand, or even an emotion. First, our design team takes over, to understand the various aspects that govern the need.
The personality of the space, sensations, colours, physical attributes such as size, and much more. This determines production techniques as well, from the type of weave to the materials and the finishing.
At the end, it leads to just one thing. An exceptional carpet that’s truly one of a kind.
So if you have a fleeting idea about a carpet for your space, talk to us.
Please do be cognizant that customizing a carpet is both labor and resource intensive and will also take some
time and collaboration at all stages of the process -From design to making a naksha, dyeing the yarn and
weaving rug allow for a minimum time of 6-12 months from commissioning.
The Miras Carpet Oriental rugs is quality. Apart from their beauty it is their durability that makes them so
highly sought after.Pets and children should not deter you from buying fine rugs. Hand-knotted carpets are
made to weather; they’re made to endure high traffic and wear and tear that is why they last for decades.
A high traffic area would demand a rug of high quality i.e. a hand-knotted one. Hand-knotted rugs are also
easy to clean and maintain.
All our carpets/rugs are manufactured using natural dyes (insect and vegetable) and natural fibers (wool, silk and cotton);
they should not cause or aggravate allergies. If you’re sensitive to dust, the regular vacuuming or brushing of carpets
should allay those concerns.
Most items commonly found in a household or business ( i.e. tables, chairs, couches) can be placed on carpets.
Items should be periodically moved forward and back over the course of a year to prevent any uneven crushing
of the carpet’s pile. Plants should never be placed on top of the carpet, even with a water basin beneath the pot.
Any leakage can damage the carpet.
The standard sizes for carpets are based on the above standard but as nomads and tribals usually weave them,
they can vary in their dimensions by a few feet or inches.
The standard sizes in New wool carpets are-:
The standard sizes in New Silk carpets are -:
We provide certification of all our Miras Carpets. A certificate of authenticity will be provided to you given carpet/
rug genealogy, approximate age and relevant information like Family name, Carpet design, knots per sq inch,
symbols and motifs etc.