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Design num:
AB97B
Country:
China
Dom. color:
Beige
Style:
Transitional
Weave:
Kunlun
Sec. colors:
Rust
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AB97B
Design num:
AE109A
Country:
China
Dom. color:
Beige
Style:
Transitional, Contemporary
Weave:
Caspian
Sec. colors:
Green
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AE109A
Design num:
AE110A
Name:
Neo-Gothic
Country:
China
Dom. color:
Orange
Style:
Traditional, Transitional
Weave:
Caspian
Sec. colors:
Pink, Yellow, Green, Beige
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AE110A
Design num:
AE110B
Name:
Neo-Gothic
Country:
China
Dom. color:
Beige
Style:
Traditional, Transitional
Weave:
Caspian
Sec. colors:
Red
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AE110B
Design num:
AE111A
Country:
China
Dom. color:
Green
Style:
Contemporary
Weave:
Caspian
Sec. colors:
Red
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AE111A
Design num:
AE111B
Country:
China
Dom. color:
Beige
Style:
Contemporary
Weave:
Caspian
Sec. colors:
Brown
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AE111B
Design num:
AE112
Country:
China
Dom. color:
Beige
Style:
Contemporary
Weave:
Caspian
Sec. colors:
Blue
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AE112
Design num:
AE114
Country:
China
Dom. color:
Brown
Style:
Traditional
Weave:
Caspian
Sec. colors:
Orange, Blue, Gold, Beige
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AE114
Design num:
AE124
Country:
China
Dom. color:
Beige
Style:
Traditional
Weave:
Caspian
Sec. colors:
Black, Green, Pink
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AE124
Design num:
AE128
Country:
China
Dom. color:
Blue
Style:
Traditional
Weave:
Caspian
Sec. colors:
Red, Yellow, Beige
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AE128
Design num:
AE136
Country:
China
Dom. color:
Red
Style:
Traditional
Weave:
Caspian
Sec. colors:
Beige, Black
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AE136
Design num:
AE138
Country:
China
Dom. color:
Blue
Style:
Traditional
Weave:
Caspian
Sec. colors:
Brown
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AE138
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M&K Rugs from China

  • China has a rich and long tradition of carpet weaving. In 1923, Frank Michaelian, founder of the company, set up a rug weaving faciltiy in Tinjian where M&K produced handknotted carpets up until the Communist overthrow of the Chinese government in the late 1930s.
    In the early 1980s, Teddy Sumner, grandson of the founder and current owner of M&K, re-established ties in China and built a weaving facility in Shandong Province.

  • Bringing in experts from Turkey and the USA, the Chinese workers were taught to handspin yarn, use vegetable dyes, and weave by hand various rug structures not indigenous to China. Michaelian & Kohlberg created a “design laboratory” which continues to bring weave traditions and materials from all over the world. 
    To contact our National Sales Office, please call 908-522-1004