Kidderminster Carpets

 

 

 

 


 

 


 

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A Brief History of English Carpets and Kidderminster Carpets 

Kidderminster Carpets are a reversible  flat weave carpet popular from  the 18th century to the early 20th century.   This form of carpeting has no pile  and the pattern is shown in opposing  colors on both faces, making it possible  to turn the carpet over when one side  was worn or soiled. In North America  these carpets were commonly called Ingrain Carpet. None are woven today  in the town of Kidderminster,  but they are made still in small quantities  in the United States, including  designs by William Morris.

Vine and Pomegrante both sides

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