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  • The Hereke Factory was founded by the brothers Ohannes and Bogos Dadyan in 1842-1844, and in 1845 it became the first special weaving factory of the country. In 1845, when the operation took place, the management and ownership of the factory was transferred to the Ottoman State. At the beginning, the plant where the production of cloth and silk fabric was planned, the production area expanded with the machines imported from European countries. In 1891, a new section with 100 carpet looms was opened and carpets were produced. From 1905, the product variety was increased and many places such as fez, curtain, fanila were produced. The end of the acceptance of the qualifications of the factory products on the market was registered in 1846 and the Hereke brand was registered and protected. In 1850, the name of the factory was changed to “Hereke Fabrika-i Humayun”.

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