The Wilton carpet process dates back to the beginning of the Industrial Revolution in England. The first loom was patented in 1741. The height of the pile is determined by the height of the verge, a sort of long blade around which the yarn is wound. As the blade withdraws, it cuts the pile, which becomes velvet. Another characteristic is the shuttle which, projected from one side to the other, unwinds the weft threads between each row of knots.
Wilton carpet is renowned for its strength and durability, and can withstand heavy traffic.
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