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About Tufenkian

The right rug can complete a room and add color and texture to cold, hard floors. Crafted by skilled Tibetan and Armenian artisans, Tufenkian carpets are unparalleled in their classic design and quality craftsmanship. The carpets come in timeless patterns and are handcrafted using natural materials and an age-old process that involves shearing, washing, spinning, weaving and carving. The company also gives back much of its profit to the communities and people that make these gorgeous rugs so special.

Past Sales Featuring Tufenkian

Sale Ended November 15, 2011

Tufenkian Rugs

These floor coverings are handcrafted from start to finish—from the spinning and dyeing of the wool, to the weaving and carving of the final product. Offered in everything from traditional Armenian patterns to modern abstract designs, the rugs in this sale are all heirloom-quality.

Sale Ended June 22, 2010

Rugs! Rugs! Rugs!

If it’s floor coverings you want, it’s floor coverings you’ll get with this multivendor collection that will fulfill your ever rug need. Choose from indoor and outdoor options in a host of styles, colors and materials, with standouts including wool Orientals, thick flokatis, natural jute numbers and ones woven from recycled plastic yarns.

Sale Ended November 23, 2009

Tufenkian Artisan Carpets - 11/18/2009

Easy on the eyes and soft on the feet, Tufenkian carpets come in timeless patterns and are handcrafted with 100% Tibetan wool. With a wide variety of colors and designs ranging from traditional florals to avant-garde abstraction, it shouldn’t be too hard to find the right rug that will revitalize your room. <a href=" http://www.gilt.com/blog/2009/11/18/1479-tufenkian-rugs-armenian-dream" target="_blank"> Find out more about James Tufenkian and his amazing carpets in our interview.</a>

Sale Ended February 20, 2010

Tufenkian Artisan Carpets

Every step of these carpets’ production is done by hand, from the shearing of the sheep to the spinning and dyeing of the wool to the weaving and carving of the final product. Shop the sale for these heirloom-quality rugs, offered in traditional Armenian patterns and modern abstract designs.