Who Invented Carpet?


Carpets were produced in Britain since 1720 in a factory established at Wilton in Wiltshire. The original carpets made at Wilton were a low loop pile construction. In 1755, Thomas Whitty started a factory at Axminster in Devon, making hand knotted carpets.
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Carpeting was most likely invented by inhabitants of Central Asia, around the 2nd or 3rd millennium BC. Persian and Oriental rugs are still very popular home decor today.
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