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Farco Establishment Dubai




Farco Establishment

Tel: 04-2224300

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Dubai / إمارة_دبي

Address: P.O.Box : 8211, Dubai


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Company listed before: Fardad Computers (Tel: 04-2287660) | Company listed after: Farco (Tel: 04-2282805, 04-2279747, 04-3499349)


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Aziza, (azizademir@yahoo.com), 09.12.2008 - 12:52
Farco Establishment
PO Box 8211, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Location: Al Maktoum Street, Sheikh Rashid Bldg, Deira
Tel: 009714 2282805 - 009714 2224300
Fax: 009714 2279747
E-mail: farco@emirates.net.ae




Among the finest handmade carpets ever made, Isfahan rugs are the sum mum of the Persian carpet. In an enchanted city, renowned for its taste and finesse, these carpets are of great delicacy and utmost intricacy. The city of Isfahan holds pride of place in the Persian rug industry because of its rich history and reputation dating back to the 16th century. Most Isfahan carpets are finely detailed in wool and silk, often on a base of pure silk. Until the middle of the 20th century colors were mostly stronger, like bold reds and blues on the ubiquitous beige. But later comes to the visible influence of the international Designer, with more subdued ranges of subtler colors. Still, at the sight of curvilinear vines snaking over an elegant field around an exquisite medallion, especially if the long fringes glisten silkily from magnificent borders, the word 'Isfahan' tends to spring to one's lips. Patterns include pictorial and tree-of-life schemes, as well as the Shah Abbas field with its floral vines.




Company Exclusives June 30, 1997

Who Has the Room or Money To Purchase This Megacarpet?

By DANIEL PEARL

Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

The Guinness Book of Records lists a 54,000-square-foot carpet made with gold-enriched silk in eighth-century Baghdad as the biggest, though it no longer exists. Oman recently commissioned a very big carpet from Iran for its new Sultan Qaboos Mosque, but it is being woven in four pieces. At the Dubai Shopping Festival, Persian carpet dealer Abdul Rahim Forootan made headlines with his 8,600-square-foot "world's biggest carpet." "It's the biggest on the market," he explains, though the market for megacarpets is so quiet that he never actually had to unfurl the rug.




Thursday, March 6, 1997
800 SQ.M. Carpet to go on Display
By Sabita Majid
Gulf News Dubai - Iranian carpet trader Abdul Rahim Forootan, whose name has been synonymous with Persian carpets in Dubai for over 20 years, is planning an extravagant display at Carpet Oasis '97, during the Dubai Shopping Festival. On display will be a priceless 800 sq.m. carpet, which has taken 20 weavers in Iran 10 years to weave, non-stop. Although the carpet has a buyer in Saudi Arabia, Forootan says: "This magnificent piece, with a beige background is just for people to see, and maybe another couple could be ordered." He has been given more space than the average trader, considering the sheer size of the exhibit. Forootan feels that the new carpet, which is being flown in next week, "is probably the largest in the world today." Last year, the largest carpet in the world measured 630 sq.m. Traders like him always bring in two types of carpet. The kind they openly refer to as 'commercial', and the rarer 'quality' carpets. Last year, Forootan had at least 5,000 of the commercial variety brought in, which he says were bought by traders from GCC countries and also by carpet wholesalers from Japan and Canada.