This is not a fault in the carpet. What you see is known as an Abrash. An Abrash is a Turkish word meaning partly colored. This difference in nuances is commonly found in nomadic carpets, and it occurs when a weaver uses yarn from a dye that was not done in the exact same shade as the previously used. The Abrash therefore adds more character and charm to the carpet and also reminds us of the working conditions of the carpet weaver.
Why some carpets have different shades on?
Jun 17, 2019 00:09:06 AM Published in About Rugs 119 Views.
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