Tabriz Persian Rugs

Written by Jeff Brokob

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The material used forrepparttar pile of Tabriz rugs are wool, silk, or a combination ofrepparttar 141701 two. A beautiful blend of fine Kurk wool and silk isrepparttar 141702 most common in fine Tabriz rugs, with wool only used in those of medium quality. Inrepparttar 141703 very finest Tabriz rugs,repparttar 141704 foundation is pure silk instead of cotton, and some even have 18 or 24 karat gold threads woven intorepparttar 141705 foundation.

The master-weavers of Tabriz often weave their signature into a part ofrepparttar 141706 carpet's border. These signatures can, of course, be found on extremely fine rugs made in other cities, but a signature onrepparttar 141707 'ceremonial' border of a Naqsheh isrepparttar 141708 ultimate in formality and sophistication,repparttar 141709 true mark of Tabriz rugs.

Jeff Brokob is a freelance writer providing tips and advice for consumers buying Persian rugs of all types including Tabriz Rugs, Oriental carpets, and antique and contemporary rugs. His numerous articles offer money saving tips and valuable insight on typically confusing topics.

How to Patch Small Holes in Drywall

Written by Joe Hyslop

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With your trowel apply a thin layer of compound directly overrepparttar patch. Smooth it out as best as you can overrepparttar 141700 patch and ontorepparttar 141701 wall untilrepparttar 141702 patch is completely covered. Allowrepparttar 141703 compound three to four hours to dry. Once dry, sand smooth and apply a quick coat of primer. Afterrepparttar 141704 primer is dry you can finish up by applying a thick coat of touchup paint and feathering it out to blend.

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