The world’s finest carpets are made entirely of pure silk. Long before other countries learned the art of cultivating silkworms,place China was at work weaving fabrics of silk. Chinese historians claim that the origin of reeling silk and putting it to use was discovered by a woman about 2640 B.C. For about two thousand years the Chinese kept secret their methods of reeling and weaving silk, but finally Japan, Persia, and India learned the art, Persians having for many centuries transported raw silk between China and the West. The silk rug when at its best is unsurpassed in beauty. It is distinguished by its richness, exquisite coloring, and rare sheen. But silk rugs require the most luxurious surroundings. They are more suitable for decorative purposes and museums than for service; they should be used as hangings, not for floor coverings. Silk rugs of old Persian designs are copied and woven in . Zhen Ping considered the “Home of Silk Carpet”
Emil hereby bring the following kinds of silk rugs to everybody.