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At the present time we work through our workshop, which is located 20 km away from the center of Baku city.
We are trying to reestablish our forefathers' tradition in offering for sale these museum-quality rugs and carpets. Pursuing this ancient tradition, we serve the great culture of our country, Azerbaijan. For thousands of years, our ancestors have made carpets of inimitable beauty, of inexhaustible richness in color, of amazing interlacement of patterns, of artistic fantasy, and, most of all, of consummate skill. We consider it an honor to present these timeless masterpieces to the world.
ur great grandfather
ur great grandfatherKarbala-i Ali Hussein (1866-1941)
Our great-grandfather Karbala-i Ali
Hussein (1866-1941) was one of the most famous carpet merchants of Baku.
During the years 1890-1920 he traded extensively in Azerbaijan
carpets--specially Baku, Kuba, and Shirvan carpets--in Nijniy Novgorod
(Russia), in Istanbul (Ottoman), and in Persian markets. He was known not
only as a good merchant, but also as a good person with a tender
character. In 1920 the Russian Red Army invaded Azerbaijan, and the
Communist regime abolished the ancient private trade. Karbala-i Ali
Hussein died in 1941 in his house, which was situated in the old-city
section of Baku, Icheri Sheher.
Dyeing with pomegranate rinds
The exhibition of our rugs which was held at the US Embassy in June 2010
|Today our rugs adorn and add warmth and beauty to many prestigious houses, offices, country clubs and corporations in Italy, United States, UK, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Argentine, Chile, Brazil, Poland, Greece, Switzerland, Denmark, N. Ireland, France and South Africa.|