Hands launches an exquisite collection of Persian carpets

Hands launches an exquisite collection of Persian carpets

Hands Carpets, renowned for their handcrafted luxury carpets and rugs that have gone on to adorn some of the most prestigious palaces, hotels, institutions and residences across the world, has launched an exclusive collection of stunning Persian carpets completely hand-knotted to perfection using 100 per cent wool.

With their exquisite beauty, the Hands Persian rugs carry the sweet scent of nostalgia with their ageless artistry and appeal. While the art of traditional Persian rugs has largely remained the same for centuries, with the level of artistic detailing and uncommon, yet charming blend of colours, Hands elevates them to the realm of beauty and freshness not witnessed before. As a result, each of the intricately hand-knotted carpets has a curious tale to tell.

With their complex design construction and enchanting medley of hues, these Persian carpets bring with them the charming mystique they are so known for. And having been conceived in 100 per cent wool, they add an unmistakable warmth and coziness to your space. Bring a piece of history into your home for a timeless allure and majesty reminiscent of a modern palace.

About the company:

Founded in 1881, in Bhadohi near Varanasi, by Mr A Tellery (a pioneer of Indian handmade carpets), the business passed on to the Patodia family some decades later. Now it is the second generation of Patodias who run the show.

Today, the brand is housed in some of the world’s most prestigious palaces, luxury hotels, and residences. But the crowning glory lies in having crafted one of the world's finest hand knotted carpet - with an incredible 4900 knots per square inch. While the label caters to clients across the world, Hands showrooms are at Delhi, Mumbai, and Dubai.

New Hands collections are introduced every season. This time, it is Forma. There is also the bespoke design - completely custom-made, designed, sized, and crafted around a unique, personal expression.

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