About our rugs
Wool used in our rugs are brought from Tibet, across the high Himalayan with deep blue sky without any pollution of modern industrializations. Tibetan sheep grazed in high altitude is considered as the best in the world with high lustrous, good strength and long hair and rich and lanolin.
The wool is the beginning but most important part of the story in making rugs. Skilled people from high Himalayan to the village of Nepal are engaged in the process of cleaning of wool, carding, spinning of yarns, dyeing, weaving, trimming, Stretching and washing of finished rugs. Some of men and women works from their own home while they look after their children and their home works.
Tibetan refugees who were forced to flee leaving their homeland with barefoot over the snow covered mountain in 1959 when the Chinese fired on civilians mostly started weaving rugs in Nepal. They are the pioneer in commercializing of production of rugs in Nepal.
We are very proud to preserve the thousands of years old wonderful skills of human civilizations while considering the environment.
Rug manufacturer and Exporter ‘Decorative Rugs’ of Kathmandu is a member of GoodWeave, which works to ensure that there is no child labor used in the process. We are proud to be associated with GoodWeave’s endeavor to make the carpets factories in the world child labor free.
GoodWeave frequently inspects the production facility without pre-notice to check the looms. It also provides an education for children of weavers who otherwise might not have the opportunity to go to school.
"The fusion of modern designs and old age traditional skill of weaving makes our rugs a wonderful product that last its beauty for decades."