Wilton carpet


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Wilton carpet

A velvet cut-pile carpet, woven with loops on a Jacquard loom, usually having excellent wearing qualities.
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KERRY MCKERRY: They're very easy to clean, Wilton carpets, aren't they?
This includes a full respray in Shell Grey complemented by a mid-blue hide interior and dark blue Wilton carpets.
Nine months later, the personnel of this factory - about 25 mostly miners' wives - are turning out good quality Wilton carpets.
The showroom is home to Axminsters and Wilton carpets, plain and patterned designs, a range of rugs and great choice of contemporary flooring choices.
The firm, whose woven Axminister and Wilton carpets will continue to be made by partner firms in Poland, said its decision was also based on recent movements in the euro.
Designer's Secret Resource Partners' just-opened showroom is trade-only; but it's worth asking your designer for a peek at these fab wool Wilton carpets ($14 a yard) by Silver Creek.
MAIL ON SUNDAY Victoria, the UK's largest independent maker of Axminster and Wilton carpets, has just forecast better-than-expected profits.
based Brintons' residential broadloom in the United States, introduced Brintons from Stanton, a co-branded line of Axminster and Wilton carpets.
The car is offered for sale with an extensive history file for major works undertaken to it during the last few years, including a full respray in Shell Grey complemented by a mid-blue hide interior and dark blue Wilton carpets.
The firm, whose woven Axminister and Wilton carpets will continue to be made by partner firms in Poland, said recent movements in the Euro meant it now made sense to bring its broad loom tufted carpet production home to Britain.
The front cover of the 1924 programme features a full-page advert for the carpet sellers John Fenwick & Sons (established 1833) offering "tempting prices " for Axminster & Wilton carpets.