While traditional Chinese rugs may differ from Oriental and Persian rugs based on geography, all share
in common compelling craftsmanship and unparalleled attention to detail. In style, Chinese rugs are immediately recognizable by their simple, classic motifs and unusual colors. Foremost features of these rugs are typified by a circular, centered medallion; the use of familiar objects found most often in nature such as animals, flowers, and clouds; stylized Chinese ideographs; and even entire scenes. Chinese rugs are typically framed with a simple, broad border.
The history of Chinese rugs, as with Persian and Oriental rugs, is one that has endured across centuries, coming in and out of vogue at certain points. Towards the end of the 19th Century, the Oriental rug industry in Northern China grew tremendously as the market moved towards export throughout the world. Inexpensive labor and high production caught the attention of entrepreneurs and designers alike.
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