- Aug 15, 2008
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Crate and barrel, was some final sale discontinued item though.
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Yes, we use pads under all of our rugs. I don't know the brands, we get them from our local specialty rug shops/galleries and an area rug cleaner/restoration firm that cuts them to fit. Both provide a rug that is a mix of rubber and fabric. It gives much more cushioning and comfort while wearing shoes or bare feet.Do you guys use rug pads under your rugs, why or why not? And anyone have recs on a good brand?
How do you verify the age and origin of a rug like this? I have modern hand-knotted rugs from Tai Ping, Henzel, Tufenkian, and Jan Kath. I have low trust in these companies, which I think are some of the most known in the business (their margins have to be insane). I can just imagine buying a vintage rug would be harder, though the stakes might be lower if they are small rugs.The most recent addition to our rug collection is this 1920's/'30's Navajo handwoven rug made from natural wool colors and hand carded and spun wool.
It's a combination of a number of things:How do you verify the age and origin of a rug like this?