Tai Ping Carpets


Tai Ping Carpets

Giant carpet being made for King Bhumibol of Thailand
King Baudouin of Belgium (left) amused by the interesting carpet-making methods
Lady Black being shown around Tai Po factory
Limited work space at Cheung Yuen villa
Old Tai Ping showroom in Tsimshatsui
Primitive carpet-making using a needle
Sir Alexander Grantham and Lady Grantham (left) checking out Cheung Yuen Villa site
Sir Murray MacLehose (left) visiting Tai Po factory
Tai Ping girls demonstrating carpet-making at overseas fairs
Tai Ping granted lincence for Woolmark in 1969
Tai Ping Industrial Park block 1 completed in 1977
Tai Ping Industrial Park block 2 (right) completed in 1977
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The finishing touch
The original Tai Ping workforce in 1956
Trade shows in Paris in the 1960s
Wedding gift from Hong Kong Government to Princess Alexandra
Winding dyed yarn onto spools
Yarn being stored at Cheung Yuen villa
Al Rabin - super salesman in Tai Ping
Barbara Black officiating at the inauguration of Tai Ping
Carpets delivery in the 1960s
Cheung Yuen villa - Tai Ping
Duchess of Gloucester from UK visiting Tai Po factory
Elizabeth Taylor touring Tai Po factory
Enhanced efficiency by using electrical hand tufting gun
Expanded to become the Tai Ping Industrial Centre in 1982
Finished carpets
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