Sunday, December 9, 2012

Nepalese silk rug repair - Final Result



Our silk rug repair required us to first rebuild the warp to replace the missing corner section.  We then reknotted and rebuilt the weft.  We used silk to match the original materials used.  Working with silk is always a challenge - not only because of the intrinsic fineness of the material, but also because silk - and therefore silk rugs - have a tendency to reflect light in a particular way.  Our goal was to ensure that the our newly knotted section reflected light consistent with the original rug.  Below is a picture of our completed silk rug repair. --www.traditionalrugrepair.com




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